DECC

AcronymDefinition
DECCDepartment of Energy and Climate Change
DECCDuluth Entertainment Convention Center (Duluth, MN)
DECCDefense Enterprise Computing Centers
DECCDistance Education Coordinating Council
DECCDanish-Estonian Chamber of Commerce (Tallinn, Estonia)
DECCDistributed Energy Communications and Control
DECCDuke Energy Convention Center (Global Spectrum; Cincinnati, OH)
DECCDirection des Examens, des Concours et de la Certification (French: Directorate of Examinations, Competitions and Certification; Cameroon)
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The UK Coal Authority is a Non-Departmental Public Body (NDPB) sponsored by the DECC
She said DECC has backed low-carbon generation to the tune of 200 million [pounds sterling] to develop technologies ranging from carbon capture and storage to bioenergy and offshore wind.
The scheme enables those with a wood-fuelled or biomass heating system to earn as well as save on fuel bills but DECC have reported that few people are actually aware of the benefits of the RHI, particularly for those with an expensive oil or LPG heating system in rural areas.
On Heath's energy bills, DECC said they had since found out that the figures were based on savings under his own eco-build initiative, which began before the Green Deal was launched.
The DECC also supports investment in the UK's energy infrastructure, such as through the Energy Bill, which will set in place the framework to bring forward the GBP110bn that will be required for the electricity infrastructure over the next ten years.
After the stabilization period, DECC (20, 100 and 500 [micro]M) was infused to the hearts for 30 minutes using an infusion pump (Graseby Medical, Model 3400, Watford Herts, England).
A DECC spokesman said: "We will keep the impact on consumer bills under constant review.
Details of Corlan Hafren's submission to DECC are not available, but in previously published documents the consortium has proposed creating new road and rail links to take advantage of the barrage, including a motorway linking the M4 and M5.
The T-shaped design beat five other finalists in the contest run by the DECC, National Grid, and Royal Institute of British Architects to find a new shape for pylons, which have been unchanged since the 1920s.
com)-- The DECC Company, a custom coater based in West Michigan, has reached a significant milestone in terms of their green business goals: in partnership with a major diesel OEM, over the course of 2010 and into 2011, the prevention of 500 tons of remanufactured material ultimately ending up in a landfill.
DECC was pipped at the post as the lead department, coming a close second to the Department for Education which cut its emissions by 21.
Robert Welsh, DECC General Secretary, believes the relationship opens new possibilities for creative sharing and increased cooperation.