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CESICentro Elettrotecnico Sperimentale Italiano (Italy)
CESIChauffe-Eau Solaire Individuel
CESICanadian Educational Standards Institute
CESICentre d'Etudes Superieures Industrielles (French)
CESIConfédération Européenne des Syndicats Indépendants (French: European Confederation of Independent Trade Unions
CESICritical Ecosystem Studies Initiative
CESICatalytica Energy Systems Inc
CESIComputer Education Society of Ireland
CESICommunity Empowerment and Social Inclusion
CESICat Eye Syndrome International
CESICenter for Education and Counselling of Women
CESICentro di Scienze dell'Invecchiamento (Italian)
CESICardiac Electrophysiological Simulation
CESIClinical Evaluation and Services Initiative
CESICervical Epidural Steroid Injection
CESICollarini Energy Staffing, Inc. (Houston, TX)
CESICouncil of Elementary Science International
CESIChinese Electronic Standardization Institute
CESIComputerized Enrollment System for Instructors
CESICenter for Economic and Social Information (UN)
CESICommittee on Environmental and Social Impacts
CESICapitol Environmental Services Inc.
CESICommunications-Electronics Standing Instruction
CESICenter for Economic and Social Inclusion
CESIComputer Educational Support Initiative (Lagos, Nigeria)
CESICertification Exhaust System Inspector
CESIContinuing Education Services Inc.
CESICommunications and Electrical Supplies Inc.
CESICentre d'Exploitation des Services Internet (French)
CESICapitol Exhibit Services, Inc. (Manassas, VA)
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The deal between the Cagayan resort and CESI had not fleshed out the rate details and contracted volume, but Citicore indicated that "this will allow the supply of clean and sustainable energy to the luxury resort and casino complex in Cagayan."
CESI President Manolo Candelaria said the renewal of the contract is 'proof of the company's success in delivering not just clean and competitively priced power supply, but also excellent customer service.'
Cesi CEO Dr Matteo Codazzi said: "By tapping into its team's extensive experience developed over tens of AMR projects implemented in Europe, Latin America, Asia and the Middle East (for approximately 50 million customers), the Oman AMR project will successfully foster the creation of an advanced power sector in the country."
CESI has been supporting the project since its inception in 2015, and the company's role has been to manage the project activities to ensure the efficient coordination and delivery of several contractors, service providers and manufacturers involved in the project's extensive implementation.
CESI's knowledge and experience was a key factor in embedding enhancements in systems, processes and employee capabilities, which not only secured the project's success, but also helped create a long-lasting effect of improvement and efficiency in the sector," he added.
"This AMR project is very significant for the development of the electricity sector in Oman, as accurate and precise meter readings prepares the sector for future advancements such as distributed rooftop solar generation, whereby solar energy is generated and consumed locally," remarked Dr Floris Schulze, the managing director, Cesi Middle East.
The sources added that the Italian company CESI will review the technical studies and recommend appropriate solutions for the planned routes not affected by various climatic factors, in addition to the financial and legal aspects of the project.
By partnering with EnerNex, CESI extends its service portfolio to the North American market, including extensive capabilities in engineering of complex high-voltage direct current systems, renewable integration and interconnections, power system studies and market design, and specifying and testing advanced meters.
Heavily involved with Renewables Developments (RES) across the region is CESI, an industry-leader in technical consulting and engineering.
The Lynx and the Telescope: The Parallel Worlds of Federico Cesi and Galileo
Diversification is a must." Christensen Flemming, senior project manager at Italian company CESI recently said solar energy was the cheapest source of electricity.
Earlier in 2017, technical consulting and engineering company CESI was appointed to work with Bahrain's sustainable energy unit (SEU), to develop regulatory requirements and solar power policies.