BELCO

AcronymDefinition
BELCOBermuda Electric Light Company Limited
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Belco, which is in the process of being sold, is currently the island's sole power provider,
Sherif El-Beltagy, head of Belco's, said that the company aims to increase its exports volume to 11,000 tonnes during the current export season, compared to 10,000 tonnes in the last one.
BELCO will continue to use fuel oil until a National Fuel Policy has been developed and implemented for Bermuda, but rest assured that our engines will generate the required electrical energy with great efficiency and maximum reliability regardless of fuel choice.
Spohn joined Belco in 1988 and has moved up through the ranks of the credit union.
BELCO is is Bermuda's sole supplier of electricity.
According to Angel Barrera, Cafe Belco, Merignac, France, the culture of artisan roasting in France is very old and specific.
Of special note is Victoria Belco's 'Reading Crime in Fascist Italy'.
DISC also provided a full turnkey solution to Milania, a division of Belco Distributors, by producing the carton, assembling the three-item collection and packing it for shipment, all in its secure in-house fulfillment center.
Belco. War, Massacre, and Recovery in Central Italy, 1943-1948.
Explaining them is not the primary task that Victoria Belco has set herself, but she offers three possible explanations: that they were "ordinary massacres" deriving from the barbarization of war; that they were acts of revenge without any military need or purpose; and that the Germans killed Italians simply because they were Italians--which is what Italians themselves believed.
Customers of renewable energy company Solar Bermuda are the first to start selling back power to the electrical grid under BELCO's inter-connection policy, reports The Bermuda Sun (Dec.