Fraunhofer ISE is the largest solar energy research institute in Europe.
What does SERI stand for?
SERI stands for Solar Energy Research Institute (Golden, Colorado)
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We have 21 other meanings of SERI in our Acronym Attic
- Samsung Economic Research Institute (South Korea)
- Schepens Eye Research Institute
- Serological Research Institute
- Shrishti Eco-Research Institute
- Singapore Eye Research Institute
- Social and Environmental Research Institute
- Sociedad Española de Rehabilitacion Infantil (Spanish)
- Société d'Encouragement pour la Recherche et l'Invention (French)
- Socio-Economic and Environmental Research Institute
- Socio-Economic Risk Indicator
- Special Education Resources on the Internet
- Sustainable Europe Research Institute
- System Energy Resources, Inc. (Jackson, MS)
- South Essex Rape and Incest Crisis Centre (UK)
- Servicio Regional de Investigación y Desarrollo Agroalimentario
- Servicio Regional de Investigación y Desarrollo Agroalimentario (Spanish)
- Social and Environmental Relations in Dryland Agriculture
- Système Européen pour le Rassemblement des Informations Economiques sur l'Environnement (French: European System for the Collection of Economic Information on the Environment; EU)
- Satellite Emission Range Infrared Earth Survey (NASA)
- Subarctic Ecosystem Response to Iron Enrichment Study (various organizations)
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Pakistan's Alternative Energy Board signed MoUs with China's Wuxi SUNTECH Power Company and China Electric Equipment Group Solar Energy Research Institute Co.
In 1979 the Solar Energy Research Institute (SERI) investigated the possibilities for saving energy through the turn of the century by applying available, efficiency-improving methods and alternative technology and explored how to use this information to aid in the formation of federal energy policy.
He started specializing in the Electron Microprobe (EPMA) at the Solar Energy Research Institute in 1981, where he performed research evaluating emerging materials for photovoltaic applications.
The big thing back then was, of course, solar power, and the sitting president, Jimmy Carter, came out to Colorado to dedicate the radical Solar Energy Research Institute in Golden, and a bunch of us were invited to have lunch with him at Rick's Cafe in Cherry Creek, because that establishment used a solar hot water system.
But despite the high hopes on Earth Day 1970 and despite the greater willingness of environmentalists to take to the streets since then, Hayes-who once headed the Solar Energy Research Institute and who still remembers marching down Fifth Avenue on Earth Day wearing a gas mask-says, "Those of us who set out to change the world are poised on the threshold of utter failure.