ACAL

AcronymDefinition
ACALAsociación de Archiveros de Castilla Y León (Castille and Leon, Spain)
ACALAustralian Council for Adult Literacy (Australia)
ACALAcademia de Ciencias de América Latina (Spanish: Academy of Sciences of Latin America, Venezuela)
ACALAustralian Conference on Artificial Life
ACALAustralasian Conference Association Limited
ACALArco Clube Ar Livre (Archery Portuguese Club)
ACALAutomated Circuit Assurance, Long
ACALAgents Calendar System (State Farm Insurance)
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We want the 50 Lebanese registered insurance companies to get involved in the insurance of the oil and gas industry under the supervision of ACAL, which has a strong experience in running insurance pools," he said.
Sam Giacomello, of ACAL, said: "We'd like to say that we're sponsoring Atlanta to promote the ACAL brand in areas where we have no presence.
Dr SB Cha, chief executive officer of ACAL Energy, said: "We are very grateful for the support given to ACAL Energy by our existing and new investors.
Amanda Lyne, ACAL vice president strategic busis ness development and chair of Liverpool City Region's Low Carbon Economy Committee, said: "In these tough economic times, the promise of green growth is not just good news; it's a life line for many organisations.
ACAL also claims that it was misled when council head of environmental health Gavin Tringham told them that the boards were not being used and were previously used only on rare occasions.
A member of staff from Runcorn-based ACAL Energy is to be based at the Wilton-based Centre for Process Innovation.
makers of the world's fastest field-programmable gate arrays (FPGA), announced today that ACAL Technology Ltd.
Adam Workman, a partner at CT Investment Partners, said: "With significant financial backing and management support, ACAL Energy is now working towards commercialisation of its fuel cell technology which will radically improve reliability and cost effectiveness.
ACAL Energy is an active member of the NorthEast Fuel Cells Cluster, working in particular with the fuel cell experts at the University of Newcastle and the Centre for Process Innovation.
The ACAL Technology field application engineers have been trained on the Quickfilter Technologies products and are ready to provide local technical support to customers.
ACAL, which employs 32 people, is working with Belgian chemical company Solvay and an unnamed Japanese car manufacturer towards producing a commercial car engine by 2015.
ACAL Energy is working on commercialising fuel cells by taking a radical new approach to these technical challenges.