CCTP

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AcronymDefinition
CCTPCertified Clinical Trauma Professional
CCTPClimate Change Technology Program
CCTPCahier des Clauses Techniques Particulières
CCTPCommunity-Based Care Transitions Program
CCTPClean Coal Technology Program
CCTPChennai City Traffic Police (Chennai, India)
CCTPCivilization: Call to Power (gaming)
CCTPClient to Client Protocol
CCTPCape Cod Theatre Project (Falmouth, MA)
CCTPCollaborative Community Trading Platform (Canada)
CCTPCross-Cultural Training Program (Canada)
CCTPCatalytic Chain-Transfer Polymerisation (chemistry)
CCTPClosed Circuit Over Twisted Pair
CCTPCentral Compilation & Translation Press (China)
CCTPCommon Criteria Testing Program
CCTPCrescent City Truck Parade (New Orleans Mardi Gras)
CCTPConditional Cash Transfer Programme (Trinidad and Tobago)
CCTPCobalt-Mediated Catalytic Chain-Transfer Polymerization
CCTPCritical Care Transport - Paramedic
CCTPChippewa County Transportation Program (Chippewa Falls, WI)
CCTPCentre du Contrôle Technique des Travaux Publics (French)
CCTPClient Centred Therapy Program (UK)
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"There is nothing new being developed under the Clean Coal Technology Program," said Ryan, "except for new ways to squander taxpayers' money."
The department's clean coal technology program also will feed ideas to Vision 21.
Hot-gas cleanup is being demonstrated at a commercial scale in nine of the projects in the Clean Coal Technology program. The nine projects are at ABB Combustion Engineering Inc.
Gentile, assistant secretary for fossil energy at the Department of Energy, discussed a coal gas plant proposed for Freetown, Mass., at a meeting of the Clean Coal Technology program in Boston on March 1, 1990.
The United States has three PFBC demonstration projects in the DOE's Clean Coal Technology program: * American Electric Power's 70megawatt unit at the Tidd Station plant (Brilliant, Ohio).
Together, these factors are likely to contribute to a growing market for FGD systems, some of which will undoubtedly include advanced systems such as those funded under the Clean Coal Technology Program. Apart from the use of low-sulfur coals, these may offer the most promising alternative, in terms of cost and efficiency, to the most common emission-control method in use today - the wet limestone scrubber.