Through a business arrangement with the Natural Energy Laboratory of Hawaii Authority that pumps deep sea water to the surface for use in ocean-based research and business, Big Island Abalone in Kona, Hawaii is using advanced aquaculture techniques to produce abalone for a growing world market.
What does NELH stand for?
NELH stands for Natural Energy Laboratory of Hawaii (est. 1974; now Natural Energy Laboratory of Hawaii Authority)
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We have 2 other meanings of NELH in our Acronym Attic
- New England Life Flight (University of Massachusetts; Amherst, MA)
- New European Left Forum (political organization)
- Night Elf (gaming, World of Warcraft)
- North East London Fertility Services
- North Eastern Lakes Federation of Temple Youth
- Narrow Emission Line Galaxies (astronomy)
- New England Lace Group (Sturbridge, MA)
- New England Local Government Group (Australia)
- North East Locum Group (general practitioners)
- National Electronic Library for Health
- North East Labour History
- Natural Energy Laboratory of Hawaii Authority
- Nebraska Evangelical Lutheran High School (Waco, NE)
- National Eagle Leadership Institute
- National Employment Law Institute (Denver, CO)
- National Executive Leadership Institute (Canada)
- Newark Extended Learning Initiative (UK)
- Non-Erythrodermic Lamellar Ichthyosis
- Not Even Laughing Inwardly
- Nuclear Energy Liability Insurance Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
Ocean Thermal Energy Finds a Home in Hawaii In 1974, the Natural Energy Laboratory of Hawaii (later named NELHA) was established by the State of Hawaii legislature on a 322 acre area at Keahole Point on the Big Island as a support facility for Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) research.