EPDC

AcronymDefinition
EPDCElectrophoretic Display Controller
EPDCElectric Power Development Corporation (Japan)
EPDCElectrical Power Distribution and Control
EPDCEuropean Product Development Centre (Microsoft; Ireland)
EPDCExpected Peak Day Concentration
EPDCEducation Policy and Data Center
EPDCElectrical Power Distribution Circuitry
EPDCEconomic Planning & Development Committee (Lasallian term)
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EPDC, which is scheduled to be privatized and go public around 2003, sought the deal because the plant could hamper the listing plan, if the generator's future remains unclear, according to the sources.
(EPDC), a semipublic Japanese company, said Thursday it will invest 620 million yen in a Thai power company to build a combined cycle gas power plant.
99-116) recounts huge cost overruns and siting delays for a coal-fired plant planned by the central government's utility company, the Electric Power Development Company (EPDC).
EPDC forms task force for investigating shooting incident
The NIDC is required to drill more than 31 thousand meters under an engineering, procurement and drilling services (EPDC) contract.
(EPDC) said Friday it has abandoned a plan to build a geothermal power plant in Kumamoto Prefecture, southwestern Japan, citing opposition from locals.
At present, Chief Superintendent Reynaldo Biay, EPDC Director, said they are on heightened vigilance against illegal drug operations in the eastern part of the metropolis.
Turkey's energy regulator EPDC had approved three new refineries to be built at Ceyhan which would have had total capacity of 700,000 b/d and would have cost $15bn.
(EPDC) and the Ibaraki government, the two firms will receive 20,000 cubic meters of water daily starting in 2008, though their two plants will consume only 10,000 cubic meters per day, the officials told Kyodo News.
In particular, the DOST provided funds for the establishment of the Advanced Device and Materials Testing Laboratory (Admatel), the Electronics Product Development Center (EPDC) and the Philippine Institute for Integrated Circuits (PIIC).
Turkey's energy regulator EPDC had approved three new refineries to be built at Ceyhan which, including the SOCAR-Turcas JV, would have had total capacity of 700,000 b/d and would have cost $15bn.