ENEF

AcronymDefinition
ENEFÉcole Nationale des Eaux et Forêts (French: National School of Water and Forestry; Gabon)
ENEFEuropean Nuclear Energy Forum (EU)
ENEFEscuela Normal de Educación Física (Spanish: Physical Education School for Teachers)
ENEFElizabeth Nuffield Educational Fund (London, UK)
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The EBRD plays a key role in ENEF as its single largest investor and investment adviser.
([PSI]([rho]) + [rho][[beta].sup.2]) exp (-[1/2][L.sub.W]) - [rho][[beta].sup.2][1 + [H.sup.2]([rho])] = 0, ENEF, [PSI]([rho]) + 8[rho][[beta].sup.2]ln[1 + [([beta][[rho].sup.2](1 - [GAMMA])/2ql).sup.2]] - J([rho]) = 0, LNEF, (13)
Richard Adams, an EESC member who chairs the ENEF working group on transparency, said that clear leadership from the Commission, with full backing from the member states, is essential.
Some exceptions however exist, and one of the most comprehensive programs is the ENEF financial education project mentioned above that is designed to run over three semesters and consists of 72 case studies that can be integrated into regular school subjects (Bruhn et al.
Speakers include Peter Faross, Director General for Nuclear Energy at DG ENERGY, Michael Aebersold, from the Swiss Federal Office of Energy; Eero Patrakka, Chair of the European Nuclear Energy Forum (ENEF) sub-group on Waste.
Greenpeace has timed its complaint well, just as Slovakia signed the deal, on 29 May, at the European Nuclear Energy Forum (ENEF) meeting in Prague.
"La ESEF tiene un prestigio de muchisimos anos; la ENED tiene juventud, lo cual no quiere decir que sean menos o mas, simplemente la experiencia de la ENEF le ha dado en algunos sentidos mas apoyo."
Representatives from Greenpeace, Friends of the Earth and Sortir du nucleaire stole the limelight at the European Nuclear Energy Forum (ENEF), meeting in Prague on 28 and 29 May.
provided by the EBRD and the Enterprise Expansion Fund (ENEF).
Greenpeace has timed its complaint well, just as Slovakia signs the deal, on 29 May, at the European Nuclear Energy Forum (ENEF) meeting in Prague.
Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico and his Czech counterpart, Mirek Topolanek, opened, on 4 November, the third meeting of the European Nuclear Energy Forum (ENEF).
The Bratislava meeting revolves around reports presented by three working groups established by ENEF's first plenary meeting in November 2007.