EUAS

AcronymDefinition
EUASElektrik Üretim Anonim Sirketi (Turkey)
EUASEdinburgh University Anarchist Society (UK)
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This was the main reason behind the increase in the number of EUAs allocated to Lithuanian energy enterprises.
TAQA and Turkey's EUAS have been selected as the government-related entities responsible for implementing the project.
TAQA and EUAS have been selected as the government-related entities responsible for implementing the project.
The EUA auctions (general industrial allowances) for the year 2012 will be held each Tuesday and Thursday from 13 November to 18 December and the auctioning of aviation allowances (EUAA) will begin on 21 November on the spot market and be held on five different dates before the end of 2012.
EUAS and Candu predicted they would be able to begin the project within one year in the province of Sinop in the Black Sea region.
Annual volumes for ICE EUA Futures and Options products were a record 6.15 million contracts in 2011, an increase of 23% on the previous year and which equates to 6,150 million tonnes of CO2.
Apart from the installed capacity owned by EUAS, there are subsidiary power plants of EUAS having 3,834 MW installed power and there are build-operate-transfer power plants having 2,439,4 MW installed capacity.
Turkish state power company Elektrik Uretim (EUAS) will sign a nuclear energy cooperation agreement with South Korea's Kepco, a Turkish energy ministry source said on Wednesday, according to Reuters.
The Korea Electric Power Cooperation (KEPCO) and Turkish state power company Electrik Uretim Anonim Sirketi (EUAS) have reached an agreement of nuclear energy deal cooperation on March 10, 2010, said the Ministry of Knowledge Economy.
A spokesman for the company said: "This has the potential to provide most of the extra crops that will be required to meet both the EUas food needs as well as the EU targets for biofuels.
Under the federal regulation, the FDA may issue Emergency Use Authorizations (EUAs) to expand use of unapproved or uncleared products, or the unapproved use of cleared products, during a federally declared emergency.
A requirement to supply an "expeditionary UAS" (EUAS) for US special forces will be the first competitive test of a new marketing agreement signed by Boeing and Schiebel.