TNEI

AcronymDefinition
TNEIThe Northern Energy Initiative (UK)
TNEITamil Nadu Electrical Inspectorate (India)
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The acquisition has been made through acquisition of TNEI Services' holding company, New Energy Industries Limited.
During the hearing, planning inspector Andrew Hammond heard from TNEI and Cllr Peter Spencer on behalf of Redcar and Cleveland Council, as well residents including Cllr Steve Kay, who represents the Lockwood Ward.
Adam Maloyd, technical consultant at TNEI, said: "The wave and tidal industry is a young, underdeveloped industry faced with lots of unanswered questions.
Now, green energy company Wind Ventures has announced it is looking into the possibility of putting four turbines at the former Tranwell Airfield site, said to be around a mile South of the TNEI site.
According to Jason Stoyel of energy consultancy TNEI, which won the contract to design the 2.
Redcar and Cleveland Council's regulatory committee was due to rule on a planning application from energy firm TNEI for a 100m high turbine on land east of Kilton Thorpe Lane, Brotton.
Coun Gobin spoke out firmly against proposals from Newcastle-based TNEI for a three-year wind-speed test mast standing 80 metres high on scenic land near the hamlet of Molesden, between Morpeth and Whalton.
County councillors are tonight expected to approve the application by Newcastle-based TNEI to use the anenometer mast for three years near the hamlet of Molesden, 4km from Morpeth.
TNEI Services of Newcastle are poised to begin assessing the feasibility of building a wind turbine standing up to 100m high - a third taller than Nelson's Column - on land at Greenhills Farm, Kilton Lane, Lingdale.
FRONT PAGE NEWS: How the Gazette reported the story, above STILL WORK TO DO: Dr Stan Higgins, CEO of NEPIC Pictures by IAN COOPER BEST PRACTICE: Bob Coxon, NEPIC chairman SHINE ON: The vast Wilton complex is home to dozens of companies including the green energy company TNEI, above
In advance of the new legislation, One North East commissioned Newcastle-based energy consultancy TNEI Services to run a 12-month simulation of the CRC Scheme to give organisations in the region a head start and allow them to get CRC-ready.