EREF

AcronymDefinition
EREFEspace Rural Emploi Formation (French: Rural Area Jobs)
EREFEuropean Regional Economic Forum (EU)
EREFEmployee Referral
EREFEnvironmental Research and Education Foundation
EREFEuropean Renewable Energies Federation (lobby group)
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According to the company, EREFs asset portfolio, including cash, is valued at Dhs1.
32) EREF v Commission, Order of the Court of First Instance of 19 November 2009, Case T40/08, 2010/C 24/92, available at http://eurlex.
Since the auction was first held 22 years ago, EREF has received more than $16 million to support its mission.
EREF also recognized Dorwart during the auction for his dedication and advocacy through the years.
The work that EREF does is only possible because of the generosity of industry leaders like Mack Trucks, said Leonard E.
EU policies for sustainable energy and climate protection: A seminar jointly organised by INFORSE (International Network for Sustainable Energy-Europe), EREF (European renewable Energies Federation) and EUROFORES (European Forum for Renewable Energy Sources) to be held in Brussels on June 15.
EREF claims it is obvious the fixed price of Euro 3.
In the case of the export credit agencies, EREF highlights the Euro 610 million worth of support from France's COFACE and Sweden's SEK (the amount is being kept a secret).
The EREF country survey is taking no prisoners: it says that not only will no Member State manage to get close to its targets but some will be compelled to see their share of sustainable energy decline.
The EREF study is available at the following address: http://www.
EREF regrets that whilst SMEs in the renewables sector must defend the "meagre support" they have succeeded in obtaining from a few Member States, the Commission is proposing a "Marshall Plan" for large companies.
The EREF and WWF both favour fixed procurement tariffs, an approach that would be greatly appreciated by German wind power, for example.