CAREE

AcronymDefinition
CAREECenter for Advancement of Racial and Ethnic Equity (est. 1981; American Council on Education)
CAREEChristians Associated for Relationships with Eastern Europe
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In order to meet the needs of the majority of investors interested in setting up systems CAREE believe that photovoltaic systems should be categorised as small systems up to 10KW for houses instead of 7KW, up to 20KW for small businesses and larger systems up to 500KW, all either on the ground or roof.
CAREE said it will boycott the Save Energy exhibit later this month as any presence there should be accompanied by the potential to sell products, which would not be possible under the current state of affairs.
In 2010, only 50 of the pending applications for photovoltaic systems were approved, CAREE said
According to a document obtained by the Cyprus Mail from a CAREE member, the government's budget for new photovoltaic applications in 2011 is zero.
En su primera exposicion en la Galeria Carees Velasquez en 1990 (Ponce de Leon, 1990), dos de los marcos fueron instalados en posicion vertical, uno al lado del otro, en la pared del fondo de la galeria (ver la figura 18a), recostados contra la pared como si fueran demasiado debiles para sostenerse por si mismos.
1972), 'Structures and Carees in Burglary', The Journal of Criminal Law, Criminology and Police Science, 63/4:540-9.
Smaller numbers of entrants are immigrants or college graduates who delayed entering the civilian force while they followed military carees or concentrated on personal or family affairs.
He is rightly proud of his careeS r so far but hopes to cement his legacy in the next couple of years before bowing out on top.
GLEN Campbell is one of the leading figures in country-pop, with Galveston, Rhinestone Cowboy, Wichita Lineman and By The Time I Get To Phoenix just some of the hits he's enjoyed in a 45-year carees r.
That voice is still there too, a rich, honeyed carees which could make anything sound good.