AEPCO

AcronymDefinition
AEPCOArizona Electric Power Cooperative
AEPCOAdvanced Engineering and Planning Corporation (Gaithersburg, MD)
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AEPCO vice-president Haya Al Doseri told the GDN that reports suggest fishing nets account for 46 per cent of all ocean plastic and might me a greater threat than plastic straws.
AEPCO executive manager and treasurer Latifa Al Bin Ali also called for tougher punishment to be enforced against fishermen who continue unethical practices and violate existing regulations.
Arizona Electric Power Cooperative (AEPCO) provides wholesale power to six rural electric distribution cooperatives under joint and several, take-and-pay contracts that extend through Dec.
(AEPCO) that provides automated data processing support to the FHWA.
Bahrain's Animal and Environment Protection Charity Organisation (AEPCO) has raised concerns over unethical cattle ranching practices around the world, particularly in the Amazon.
San Francisco: Fitch Ratings has affirmed the rating on the following Arizona Electric Power Cooperative, AZ's (AEPCO or the cooperative) obligations at 'A-':
To implement those changes, AEPCO management has aggressively turned to new communications tools and technologies that could help us develop empowered employees.
Reports of the dead turtles sighted at shores across Bahrain within one week were registered by the Animal and Environment Protection Charity Organisation (AEPCO) after they were flagged on social media.
Mohamedshah is a transportation engineer with Advanced Engineering and Planning Corporation, Inc., (AEPCO) which provides automated data processing support to the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA).
They have been adopted by loving owners as part of an initiative organised by the Animal and Environment Protection Charity Organisation (AEPCO).
Reza Saremi is an engineering systems analyst working for AEPCO, Inc., at the Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center (TFHRC) in McLean, Virginia.
The programme, spearheaded by the Animal and Environment Protection Charity Organisation (AEPCO), will invite voluntary vets and animal welfare centres from all over the world to help with its Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) campaign.