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What does REI stand for?

REI stands for Renewable Energy Initiative

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In the category for Best Initiative by a Large Business, Severn Trent was up against Network Rail who have created the world's first solar bridge at Blackfriars station in London, Wembley Stadium, which has reduced water and energy use and the Co-operative Group which is supporting community renewable energy initiatives from solar panels to biomass boilers.
65 megawatt Vestas V82 wind turbines from September 2010 to April 2011 provided an extraordinary opportunity to showcase the college's renewable energy initiatives through an in-house, multichannel communications project incorporating traditional media, social media, video and photography documentation, a special event; and staff and student graphic design contributions in the areas of signage, banners, invitations, event program and t-shirts.
The UNH-based program is a collaboration with Clean Air-Cool Planet, Plymouth Area Renewable Energy Initiative, UNH Cooperative Extension and Lakes Region Community College.
Nine other community groups and organisations selected from across the UK will take part in the group, which has been set up with the aim of helping DECC understand the issues and opportunities facing communities setting up local renewable energy initiatives.
Introduced at WFES 2011 as a business and networking platform for project owners, developers and solutions providers, the Project Village complements a growing pipeline of renewable energy initiatives -- from the world's largest concentrated solar power plant Shams 1, located in Abu Dhabi's Western Region, to the 1,000-megawatt London Array wind farm.