AVEC

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AcronymDefinition
AVECAuxiliary Video Extension Connector
AVECAlaska Village Electric Cooperative
AVECAutologous Venous Endothelial Cells (vascular surgery)
AVECAxial Vector Engine Corporation (Dubai, United Arab Emirates)
AVECAssessment of Vulnerable Ecosystems under Global Change
AVECAutovector
AVECAllen Video Enhanced Contrast (polarization microscopy)
AVECAutomatic Vibration Exciter Control
AVECAdrenal Vascular Endothelial Cells (physiology)
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"We applaud the Alaska Village Electric Cooperative for its commitment to wind power development, and for building upon President Bush's commitment to dramatically increase the use of this clean and abundant source of energy," DOE Assistant Secretary for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Andy Karsner said.
"Alaska Village Electric Cooperative is very pleased that DOE and NRECA are recognizing our efforts to meet the challenges of developing wind power in remote Alaskan villages," AVEC President and CEO Meera Kohler said.
Alaska Village Electric Cooperative, a new Top 49er, is one of four corporations representing the Utility sector.
Meera Kohler has been a utility CEO for twenty-five years, with the last fifteen years at Alaska Village Electric Cooperative. The cooperative serves fifty-six rural communities, many with hybrid wind diesel systems, and has been on the cutting edge of innovative microgrid development in Alaska.
Vitus Energy's entry into the market began with a management agreement to construct and operate two tug and barge sets for Alaska Village Electric Cooperative.
Alaska Village Electric Cooperative serves about 30 percent of the residents in rural Alaska.
Alaska Village Electric Cooperative (AVEC) three years ago, used grant funding to supply consumers with "energy detectives" that, when attached to the electrical panel in a house, help consumers know how much energy their home is using.
Upon re-entering the market, serendipity and strategy led Smith and his partners to Meera Kohler, president and CEO of the Alaska Village Electric Cooperative, a nonprofit electric utility serving fifty-six communities in Western and Interior Alaska.
Meera Kohler, president of the Alaska Village Electric Cooperative (AVEC), says no.
Alaska Village Electric Cooperative, Inc.: We are upgrading our generation and distribution facilities to improve reliability and increase operating efficiencies, which helps reduce the cost of generating electricity.
The largest grant in the category was also the largest overall grant to the state--$11.9 million to the Alaska Village Electric Cooperative, a nonprofit utility, by The Denali Commission.
Poston says the Alaska Village Electric Cooperative articulated tugs and barges remain Vitus Marine's primary vessels.
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