EDEVEntrepreneurial Development Services (Eugene, OR)
EDEVEconomic Development
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The phases include immature (Imm), early developing subphase (EDev), developing (Dev), spawning capable (SC), early germinal epithelium (GE) subphase (EGE), mid GE subphase (MGE), late GE subphase (LGE), actively spawning subphase (AS), regressing (Rgs), and regenerating (Rgn).
At present, Citelum manages over 2.3m lighting points and has some 3,500 employees.Country: FranceSector: Utilities, ElectronicsTarget: Citelum SABuyer: EDF Developpement Environnement (EDEV), Electricite de France SA (EDF)Vendor: Dalkia France SCAType: Corporate acquisitionStatus: Talks, Exclusivity
Each time the seminal liquid is lost, a certain loss of vitality is also registered, formally associated to the energy Edev, which is the equivalent of the seminal liquid mass that could have had the potential to be transformed (from the total mass produced Mn, Ms in a certain time).
EDEV CPL will use the system to deploy a power line communications network for a test in France.
eDev works with businesses that have five or fewer employees and that require $50,000 or less in start-up capital.
Business owners along Blair Boulevard in Eugene can compete for grants, loans and technical assistance designed to help them renovate their businesses and increase sales under a program announced Thursday by the city, in cooperation with Wells Fargo bank and two nonprofit agencies - eDev, a microenterprise development organization, and NEDCO, a community development corporation.
Among the active contracts recommended by the committee and approved by the board are ones providing $105,000 to eDev, a nonprofit business development agency; $100,000 to Arcimoto electric cars; $100,000 to brewery Ninkasi; and $95,400 to Hummingbird Wholesale, a bulk foods distributor.
Other recipients included Springfield-based All True Designs, a composite materials manufacturer of equipment for "green" industry projects such as hydroelectric dams; eDev, a Eugene nonprofit business development agency that provides "microloans" of $5,000 to $10,000 to small businesses; and Arcimoto, a Eugene electric vehicle maker that produces an enclosed, three-wheel vehicle at a $15,000 base price.
Organizations and businesses that helped make the partnership possible include Lane Community College's Small Business Development Center; eDev, a nonprofit micro-enterprise development organization in Eugene; the Lane County Master Gardener Association; and Rainbow Valley Design and Construction, owner of the building at 783 Grant St., where Extension faculty, staff and volunteers will be housed.Officials said they will have to secure a different funding source if the program is to continue beyond 2012.
We have our BDC - Business Development Center - and employee training and EDEV, which is a separate not-for-profit but very hooked up with us.