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BEPCBeijing Electric Power College (China)
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Participants of the conference, including environmental experts, discussed in length environmental issues, climate change and the working pattern of the BEPC.
FLEXIBLE RESOURCE PORTFOLIO: BEPC's owned and contracted generation resources are supplemented by forward purchases and heat rate call options to meet its growing peak demand.
"I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder following the birth of my son, and the medication has been helpful, although my mood still fluctuates and I can become very unwell." Julie said her psychiatrist told her about BEPC.
In a departure from the more traditional performance contacting practices provided by Energy Service Companies (ESCOs), the BEPC model does not necessarily require contractors to provide performance guarantees, an approach that offers flexibility to owners of investment-grade office buildings.
[04] BEPC (Brevet d'etude du premier cycle) es el diploma del primer ciclo.
The Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) International and the Clinton Climate Initiative (CCI) have announced the development of the BOMA Energy Performance Contracting (BEPC) model, a pioneering model contract and supporting documents that allow building owners and operators to execute sophisticated energy efficiency retrofits to existing buildings.
Furthermore, concrete measures will be drawn up to place a limit on shareholdings of banks and to lead the way toward the creation of the Bank Equity Purchasing Corporation (BEPC).
(This may also explain why returns in other urban areas are higher than in Abidjan: highly educated workers operate in a narrower market with a standardized pay scale, whereas workers with elementary schooling only face regional diversity with lower wages in other urban areas.) On the other hand, one might argue that the large numbers of students repeating grades and failing the final BEPC and Baccalaureat exams (Cohen 1974) is evidence of high educational standards, and that secondary school graduates are of high quality, warranting the large premia.
In Britain the CSE and GCE O-Level (growth in academic educational qualifications has particularly been concentrated on the former) are normally awarded at 16, and are widely recognised by British employers since they are the main indicators of employment potential; in France only a small proportion leave at 16 with the French qualification equivalent to GCSE (the BEPC), a majority of French 16 year olds are already preparing for the vocationally-oriented CAP (taken at age 17) and the BEP or Baccalaureat taken at age 18 and 19 respectively and judge it worthwhile to take one or two more years to complete the course after the end of compulsory education.