BTU


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AcronymDefinition
BTUBritish Thermal Unit
BTUBrandenburgische Technische Universität
BTUBack To You
BTUBoard of Trade Unit
BTUBaptist Training Union
BTUBasic Transmission Unit
BTUBaltimore Teachers Union
BTUBus Terminal Unit
BTUBasic Terminal Unit
BTUBlame the User
BTUBusiness Travel Unit
BTUbeach termination unit (US DoD)
BTUBoston Teachers Union
BTUBroward Teachers Union (Florida)
BTUBetter They Understand
BTUBintulu, Sarawak, Malaysia - Bintulu (Airport Code)
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5 thousand BTUs/square foot/ year for our house, and your article said that on average, a house uses 101 BTUs per square foot per year
Under the terms of the merger agreement announced in October 2014, BTU shareholders are entitled to receive USD0.
Peter Tallian, COO of BTU, will be the general manager of the BTU International division.
Contact: Tom Nash, BTU, phone 978-667-4111, website http://www.
42 inches deep); 9,000-BTU portable with programmable cooling; five Energy Star through-the-wall models that fit nearly all existing sleeves; an electronic Energy Star slider-casement with remote control; and more BTUs in smaller chassis.
More importantly from a political standpoint, a nice, pure, flat-rate BTU tax--unlike, for instance, a dollar-based sales tax--would raise the prices of some energy sources more sharply than the prices of others.
The proposed BTU energy tax is a broad-based tax on the heat generated by an energy source, measured in British thermal units (BTUs).
This is a very significant order," said BTU president and CEO Mark Rosenzweig.
mining, revising the federal mining law, carbon taxes, and a BTU tax.
Panasonic is adding to its Energy Star and BTU array.