The Institute of Energy Economics of Japan (IEEJ) said a recovery in demand -- which was almost flat in 2011/12 -- comes as low-sulphur fuel oil consumption for power generation is estimated to rise more than 40 per cent to 21.
What does IE stand for?
IE stands for Institute of Energy
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We have 33 other meanings of IE in our Acronym Attic
- Initial Equipment
- Initial Evaluation
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- Inland Empire (California)
- Inland Empire (southern California)
- Input Enable
- Inside Edition (TV show)
- Inspector Examiner (US FAA)
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- Institute of Education (UK)
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Osama Bin Sadeq Tayyib, and the President of South Korea Institute of Energy Research, Professor Wang Juhu, signed in Jeddah today the minutes of a joint cooperation to establish Energy Research Center at the University.
Attend White Winds Institute of Energy Medicine's 7:30pm orientation to learn about our upcoming professional certification training program in Energy Medicine.
The Associated Press (AP) recently reported that University of South Carolina president Andrew Sorensen has announced the school's entrance into a research and personnel exchange agreement with South Korea's Korea Institute of Energy Research related to fuel cell technology development.
15 Kyodo Crude oil prices are expected to remain at high levels of around $37-39 per barrel in 2005, the Institute of Energy Economics, said Wednesday.
Local Korean newspaper the JoongAng Daily recently reported that the Korea Institute of Energy Research has successfully developed an electric battery and hydrogen fuel cell-powered vehicle constructed entirely with Korean technology.