Responsibility for regulating the sector is split among the National Energy Administration, the National Energy Commission, the National Development and Reform Commission, the Ministry of Land and Resources and a host of other bureaus in Beijing, while provincial governments protect their own enterprises, and the Big Three oil and gas companies have privileged access to the regulatory process.
What does NEC stand for?
NEC stands for National Energy Commission (various locations)
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- Nascom Event Cancel
- National Ecology Center
- National Economic Council
- National Education Collaborative
- National Elections Commission
- National Electoral Council (various locations)
- National Electric Code
- National Electrical Code
- National Employment Council (Zimbabwe)
- National Empowerment Center, Inc
- National Entitlement Card (smartcards; UK)
- National Entrepreneur Center (Orlando, FL)
- National Environment Campaign
- National Enzyme Company (Forsyth, MO)
- National Episcopal Church
- National Equestrian Centre (various locations)
- National Essay Competition (various locations)
- National Ethics Committee (various organizations)
- National Europe Centre
- National Examinations Council (Trinidad & Tobago)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The National Energy Commission said the cities of Santo Domingo and Santiago have strong solar power potential, reports DR1 Daily News (July 19, 2012): CNE director Enrique Ramirez says the report, Roadmap to a Sustainable Energy System: Harnessing the Dominican Republic's Wind and Solar Resources from the World Watch Institute found that despite the fact that the western part of the island has higher levels of sunlight, the efficiency of integration and economies of scale are greater in Santo Domingo and Santiago.
Guatemala sells power to the south, to El Salvador and Honduras, said Carlos Colom, president of the National Energy Commission (CNEE) reported Prensalibre.
Once the Siepac project is completed, the Central American electricity market will be more dynamic", said the president of the National Energy Commission (CNEE), Carlos Colom Bickford.
The National Energy Commission has endorsed several hydroelectric generation projects that currently lack authorization to use the river flow, reports Elperiodico.