EEC


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EECEuropean Economic Community
EECEnvironmental Education and Communication
EECEuropean Economic Commission
EECEastern Economic Corridor (Thailand)
EECEurasian Economic Commission
EECEmail Experience Council
EECExhaust Emissions Control
EECEnvironment, Economy and Culture (Devon, UK)
EECEnvironmental Education Center
EECÉglise Évangélique du Congo (French: Evangelical Church of Congo)
EECElectronic Engine Control
EECEnergy Efficiency Commitment
EECÉcole Européenne de Chirurgie (French: European School of Surgery)
EECEmmanuel Episcopal Church (various locations)
EECEastern European Countryside (periodical; Versita Open)
EECEnergy Efficiency Council (Australia)
EECEnergy Efficiency Center (various locations)
EECEstimated Environmental Concentration
EECEnterovirulent Escherichia Coli (bacteria)
EECEurocontrol Experimental Centre
EECExecutive Ethics Commission (various locations)
EECEthernet Equipment Clock
EECEpiphany Episcopal Church (various locations)
EECExtended Executive Committee (various organizations)
EECEnvironmental Education Committee (various organizations)
EECEE Cummings (poet)
EECEarly Education Care (various locations)
EECEnvironmental Education Consortium
EECEngine Electronic Control
EECÉtude Économie de la Construction (French: Study of Construction Economics)
EECElectronic Engine Controller
EECExtended Error Correction
EECEducational Equity Center (Academy for Educational Development; New York, NY)
EECElectoral Enrolment Centre (New Zealand)
EECEarth Engineering Center (Columbia University, New York)
EECEuropean Electromagnetic Compatibility
EECEstimated Exposure Concentration
EECEphemeris Error Compensation (satellites)
EECEphedra Education Council
EECExtendible Exit Cone (spacecraft)
EECEctrodactyly, Ectodermal Dysplasia, and Cleft Lip/Palate Syndrome
EECEast Erie Commercial Railroad
EECEscuela de Español y Cultura Latinoamerica (Spanish: School of Spanish and Latin American Culture)
EECEncapsulated Earthworm Cocoons
EECEnvironmental Export Council
EECEmergency Essential Civilian
EECEuropéenne d'Echappement et de Catalyseurs (French: European and Exhaust Catalysts)
EECEastern Ergonomics Conference
EECEngineering Education Center
EECextended equivalent circuit
EECEvangelical Episcopal Church
EECElectronic Education Commerce
EECElectrical Engineering Congress
EECElectric Exhaust Cut-Out (automotive)
EECExtreme Effects Concentration
EECEquestrian Education Center
EECEmployee Ethics Committee (AMSEC)
EECEcho-Echo Correlation
EECEmergency Evacuation Center
EECEdison Electric Company
EECEnvironmental Evaluation Coordinator
EECElement of Expense Code
EECEmirates Engineering Centre (Dubai, United Arab Emirates)
EECEco Energy Cities PLC (Shanghai, China)
EECError Explanation Code
EECEffective Environmental Concentration
EECExpendable Exit Cone
EECEdge-to-Edge Context
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He says that unlike the skepticism EEC received when it was still in its birthing stage, more people have now become receptive of solar power systems, especially because of increasing electricity costs.
With the imminent adoption of the EEC Hazardous Substances Regulation, now is the best time to ensure that products destined for the EEC markets will comply with the upcoming hazardous substances requirements.
Tang noted that winning the EEC proves Deltai's compliance to energy efficiency standards and enhances consumer confidence in the company's products.
To summarise these developments in research and policy: EEC is increasingly a mainstream policy priority.
EEC boss John Ball, 50, featured on BBC's Watchdog after complaints another of his firms sold "overpriced and unsuitable" fire safety equipment to OAPs.
EEC was formed specifically to commercialize and market their anaerobic digester.
Still, many of these complex syndromes are treated as types of ED for classification purposes and for peer support--a person with the EEC syndrome, for instance, might seek support from both the National Foundation for Ectodermal Dysplasias and from any one of the cleft palate support groups.
Irish embassies across the EEC were told it was a matter of great urgency that Irish disquiet should be made known to the countries that had the most influence in Europe.
Once this dispute mechanism was in place, the EEC brought a complaint against the United States for its FSC rules.
The Ectrodactyly-Ectodermal dysplasia-Clefting (EEC) Syndrome is an autosomal dominant disorder of ectodermal and/or mesodermal interaction.
Certicom's Elliptic Curve (EEC) SSL cryptography will now natively support RSA encryption a 20-year-old technology that is still deployed in legacy systems.
* At the European Council meeting at Luxembourg in April 1980, the EEC heads of government abadoned the objective of completing the final stages of a European Monetary System, which would have included setting up a European Monetary Fund with central banking powers.