org to support third-party validated carbon reduction projects, such as reforestation in Idaho, wind farms in Texas or truck stop electrification in California.
What does TSE stand for?
TSE stands for Truck Stop Electrification
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- Transport Support Enabled
- Transportation Support Equipment (US NASA)
- Travailleurs Sans Emploi (French: Unemployed Workers; Belgium)
- Travel Search Engine
- Treated Sewage Effluent
- Tri-State Employment Services, Inc. (New York)
- Tribunal Superior Eleitoral (Brazil)
- Tribunal Supremo Electoral (Supreme Electoral Tribunal, Guatemala)
- Tritium Science and Engineering
- Turbo Spin Echo (MRI)
- Turk Standartlari Enstitusu (Turkish: Turkish Standards Institute; est. 1960)
- Twin-Screw Extruder (high-intensity mixer)
- Two Stroke Engine
- Two-Step Estimator
- Typical Software Engineer
- The SemWare Editor Professional
- Test, Systems Engineering, & Evaluation
- Tissue-Specific Extinguisher 1
- Taiwan Security Enhancement Act
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Port of New Haven will benefit from a truck stop electrification project, allowing truck drivers to have heat, air conditioning and electricity for in-cab appliances without idling their engines.
Additional grant recipients include the Ohio Department of Development for its "Ohio and Midwest Truck Stop Electrification Corridors Demonstration, Evaluation and Development Project," Lane Regional Air Pollution Authority of Oregon for its "Everybody Wins - Phase II" project, American Transportation Research Institute for its "Demonstration of Integrated Mobile Idle Reduction Solutions" project and North Carolina State University for its "Truck Original Equipment Manufacture (OEM) Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Prep Kit Design and Installation" project.
The Climate Trust recently announced it has awarded funding to Shurepower, LLC to support the launch of a truck stop electrification network at truck stops in Oregon and Washington to help reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions resulting from idling truck engines.