In addition, CTTV will transfer to ECD Ovonics its interest in Texaco Ovonic Hydrogen Systems, LLC (TOHS) in consideration of relieving CTTV of any continuing obligations to fund TOHS.
What does OHS stand for?
OHS stands for Ovonic Hydrogen Systems (Energy Conversion Devices; Auburn Hills, MI)
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We have 131 other meanings of OHS in our Acronym Attic
- Osceola High School (Kissimmee, Florida)
- Osseo High School (Osseo, Minnesota, USA)
- Ossining High School (Ossining, NY, USA)
- Oswego High School
- Ottawa Horticultural Society
- Ottawa Humane Society (Canada)
- Ottumwa High School
- Over Head Squat (weightlifting)
- Overhydrated Hereditary Stomatocytosis
- Oviedo High School
- Owatonna High School (Owatonna, MN)
- Oxnard High School (Oxnard, CA)
- Ozaukee Humane Society (est. 1977; Wisconsin Humane Society)
- Occupational Health Services Material Safety Data Sheets
- Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness
- Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare
- Occupational Health and Safety Act (various countries)
- Occupational Health and Safety Agency (Health Canada)
- Occupational Health and Safety Association (various locations)
- Occupational Health Services Australia
Samples in periodicals archive:
Texaco Ovonic Hydrogen Systems (TOHS), an ECD Ovonics joint venture, is showing how this can be achieved today by demonstrating the use of its breakthrough low-pressure, metal-hydride hydrogen storage system in a modified hydrogen-electric hybrid Toyota Prius.
According to WestStart-CALSTART, the initiative is supported by "an array of key industry leaders," including AC Transit, Ballard, Boeing, the CEO Coalition to Advance Sustainable Technologies, ECD Ovonics, Hydrogenics, ISE Research, Northeast Advanced Vehicle Consortium, Quantum Technologies, Sunline Transit, Texaco Ovonic Hydrogen Systems, Thor Industries and the Tri-Metropolitan Transportation District of Oregon.
director of advanced technologies Neil Sirosh's discussion of "High-pressure Hydrogen Storage: Lessons Learned and the Path Forward;" an overview of "Solid Hydrogen Storage" with ChevronTexaco Ovonic Hydrogen Systems vice president of technology Rosa Young; and a session titled "Solid-state Metal Hydrides for Near-term Commercialization of Hydrogen Combustion-based Transportation and Distributed Power Generation," led by Energy Conversion Devices, Inc.