SECA


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AcronymDefinition
SECASolid State Energy Conversion Alliance
SECASwiss Private Equity & Corporate Finance Association
SECASouthern Early Childhood Association
SECASulphur Emission Control Area
SECASociety for the Encouragement of Contemporary Art (San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; California)
SECASOx Emission Control Area
SECAStato Ecologico Dei Corsi d'Acqua (ecology, Italy)
SECASouth East Clown Association (North Carolina, USA)
SECASupport Equipment Controlling Authority
SECASelf-Employment Contributions Act of 1954
SECAState Employees Commuter Association (Albuquerque, NM)
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The regulations affecting shipping lines operating within the SECA pose a challenge for ship operators," he said.
Phase I success allows Acumentrics to continue to Phase II of the SECA program.
The United States' Office of Management and Budget recently cited the SECA program as a leader in government-industry partnerships, noting that its structure "has generated a high level of competition between the [industry teams] and an impressive array of technical approaches.
We look forward to working with SECA to bring the benefits of digital terrestrial television - more choice, better sound and pictures - to Britain's homes," he added.
SECA marries efforts by government, industry and the scientific community to develop and commercialize environmentally friendly solid oxide fuel cells in a variety of applications.
In 2003, Acumentrics said it became one of six international companies to be awarded and begin work under the SECA program, receiving a $74-million cost share grant to reduce the cost of its proprietary anode supported tubular solid oxide fuel cell (T-SOFC) technology.
Hundreds of charities benefit each year from the caring and generosity of our state employees through SECA and we are extremely proud of our long tradition of giving, Governor Wolf said.
VPS provided the 3kW prototype stack and system for FuelCell Energy's DOE SECA Cost Reduction project, initiated in April 2003.