BCUC

AcronymDefinition
BCUCBritish Columbia Utilities Commission (Canada)
BCUCBuckinghamshire Chilterns University College
BCUCBusiness and Computer University College (Lebanon)
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As a result of finding cost savings in the set-up and operation of the pilot program, we submitted an application to the BCUC on July 31 to reduce the monthly fee, along with a report with findings from our first-year review of the program.
Should the BCUC approve the Application, PNG plans to conduct a binding open season where shippers would have the opportunity to bid on capacity of up to approximately 88 MMSCFD based on either firm Transportation Service Agreements ("TSA") or reserve capacity through Transportation Reservation Agreements.
BCUC is a band which hails from Soweto and which draws inspiration from indigenous South African music.
passing its Clean Energy Act four years ago--legislation which encourages BC Hydro to pursue hydroelectric projects over fossil fuel ventures--the provincial mines and energy ministry granted the proposed dam an exemption from going to the BCUC for a green-light.
Terasen expects that if BCUC approves the revenue requirement application, it will be able to provide enhanced services and programmes to help meet growing and changing energy needs of British Columbians, and further support provincial energy policies.
We've submitted our application for this change to the BCUC. If approved, the new charge will come into effect on Oct.
This year's community acts join a line-up that already includes the likes of The Garifuna Collective, Horace Andy, BCUC, Jah9 & The Dub Treatment, Moonlight Benjamin, Wesli, Sofiane Saidi & Mazalda, Carlou D, Gasper Nali and OSHUN, as well as Liverpool emerging stars Tabitha Jade and Satin Beige who make up the 'Oye Introduces' programme.
FortisBC Inc (TSX: FTS), a Canada-based energy company, has announced that the British Columbia Utilities Commission (BCUC) has recently approved its 2009-2010 capital plan.
South African band BCUC and Algerian stars Sofiane Saidi & Mazalda are set to take the stage at the celebration of African and Caribbean culture, which will take place on June 22 and 23.