ENECEspaces, Nature et Culture (French: Spaces, Nature and Culture)
ENECEmirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (Abu Dhabi, UAE)
ENECEuropean Norms Electrical Certification
ENECEncuentro Nacional Eclesial Cubano (Spanish: Cuban National Ecclesiastical; church; Cuba)
ENECEurope-Near East Centre (est. 1990; Molfetta, Italy)
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In addition to the main transformer and GIB, Unit 3's auxiliary power transformers and excitation transformer were energised safely and successfully in normal operating configuration, ENEC said.
"The results of this public opinion poll demonstrate Enec's adherence to its mission of being transparent to the UAE public, providing them with the most recent news and engaging with them in regards to the development of the peaceful nuclear energy industry," said Mohammad Al Hammadi, chief executive officer of Enec.
Ninety-one percent of UAE residents reported that they trust Enec, and 98 percent of residents believe that Enec always puts safety first.
A ceremony was held last week by senior officials and employees from Enec, who were joined by prime contractor and joint venture partner, Korea Electric Power Corporation (Kepco).
At ENEC, we examined how we can leverage these technological advancements."
"The Enec continues to maintain a strong commitment to transparency and public engagement to ensure widespread awareness and understanding about nuclear energy in the UAE," said Mohamed Al Hammadi, chief executive officer of the Enec.
An important part of the WFES is ENEC's efforts to show through its exhibition booth the Corporation's latest sustainability initiatives and project developments of the Barakah Nuclear Energy Plant.
Al Hammadi said: "Since its inception, the Enec has been delivering the UAE's first nuclear energy plant safely and steadily.
Enec and Nawah moved into their new headquarters recently, underlining the importance of Masdar City as a hub for clean energy and technologies supporting such energy.
ENEC is constructing a nuclear power plant in Barakah, approximately 180 miles from Abu Dhabi city.
For KEPCO (which won the deal after intense international competition) and for ENEC, much credibility rides on timely and efficient delivery.