CEEF

AcronymDefinition
CEEFConnecticut Energy Efficiency Fund
CEEFCentral and Eastern European Fund (EU)
CEEFCommunity Energy Efficiency Fund (Department for Environment, Food, and Rural Affairs; UK)
CEEFCanadian Education Exchange Foundation
CEEFCost-Effective Environment-Friendly (building materials)
CEEFCumulus Expansion-Enabling Factor
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With CEEF's $4,000 scholarship in hand, plus a partial scholarship from the Nevada Institute of Credit, Norman successfully completed his second GSCFM year and earned his CCE designation.
Secretion of cumulus expansion enabling factor (CEEF) in porcine follicles.
The CEEF promotes efficient energy use, helps residents and businesses save on their electric bills, advances economic development, reduces electric demand and helps reduce air pollution.
"We are honored to have been, selected as the recipient of this prestigious award and appreciate the generous incentives available from CEEF which allow us to implement various upgrades in a cost-effective manner" said Margaret Egan of ING Clarion, asset manager for Merritt 7.
The officials said the CEEF does not handle radioactive substances, but another facility in the institute deals with such substances.
GoWarm has been established with an initial funding pot of pounds 835,000 from Defra's Community Energy Efficiency Fund (CEEF).
The North Tyneside Warm Zone project is now officially under way after the team secured an additional pounds 270,000 funding from Defra's Community Energy Efficiency Fund (CEEF).
Go Warm was established with pounds 835,000 from Defra's Community Energy Efficiency Fund (CEEF) to tackle fuel poverty and energy efficiency in homes across the North-east.
DES, which will be branded as GoWarm, has been launched with pounds 835,000 worth of funding from Defra's Community Energy Efficiency Fund (CEEF).
GoWarm has been established with pounds 835,000 funding from defra's Community Energy Efficiency Fund (CEEF).