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EGCEmerging Growth Company (US SEC)
EGCEducation for Global Citizenship (various schools)
EGCÉcole de Gestion et de Commerce (French)
EGCEuropean Grid Conference
EGCEnterprise Grid Computing
EGCEnvironmental Growth Chambers (Chagrin Falls, OH)
EGCEnglish Girls' College (Alexandria, Egypt)
EGCEuropean Green Capital
EGCExtraction et Gestion des Connaissances (French)
EGCEuropean Go Congress (Netherlands)
EGCEnvironnement et Grandes Cultures (French: General Contractor of Fences)
EGCEcclesia Gnostica Catholica
EGCExelon Generation Company, LLC
EGCEquilibrio General Computable (Spanish: Computable General Equilibrium)
EGCEnhanced Group Call
EGCEquipment Grounding Conductor (NCCER)
EGCEast Greenland Current
EGCEntreprise Générale de Clôtures (French: General Contractor of Fences)
EGCEnterprise Green Communities (est. 1982)
EGCEosinophilic Granuloma Complex (feline skin disorder)
EGCEqual-Gain Combining
EGCElectronic Gift Card
EGCÉtoile Gymnique de Colomiers (French gymnastics)
EGCEconomic Growth Center
EGCEver Grande City (Pokemon forum)
EGCEvil Genius Chronicles (Dave Slusher blog)
EGCEngineering Governing Council
EGCExact Geometric Computation
EGCExecutive Golf Course (Singapore)
EGCEminent Gaming Clan
EGCEl-Nasr Girls College (Alexandria, Egypt)
EGCAssociation Extraction et Gestion des Connaissances (French: Association of Mining and Knowledge Management)
EGCElukkaveljekset Gaming Club (European online gaming league)
EGCEnvironmental and Green Chemistry
EGCEverett Gun Club (Boeing Employees)
EGCElsevier Grand Challenge
EGCElugen Cartridge (Dionex)
EGCEquipment Group Code
EGCExtended Gray Code
EGCElectronic Gate Count
EGCEnterprising Global Citizenship (course)
EGCEpoxy Group Content
EGCEosinophilic Granular Cell
EGCExcellent Grades & Conduct
EGCExetel Gaming Community
EGCExtended Goppa Code
EGCElite Gambler's Certificate (Dog Agility Title)
EGCExcluding Government Charges (automobiles)
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The project was designed to meet Enterprise Green Communities criteria with sustainable features including EnergyStar appliances, a rooftop solar panel array, and high-efficiency boilers and hot water heating systems.
The property also will include sustainable features, such as energy-efficient measures, ENERGY-STAR(r) appliances, a rooftop solar array, and will be certified under Enterprise Green Communities standards.
The property also will include sustainable features, such as energy-efficient measures, ENERGY-STAR appliances, a rooftop solar array, and will be certified under Enterprise Green Communities standards.
Green Building Council LEED, EPA Energy Star or Enterprise Green Communities programs.
Larger facilities will have several alternatives for satisfying requirements, including LEED, Enterprise Green Communities, ASHRAE 189.1, or ICC-700 certification.
Several new "labeling" systems for housing have appeared recently, including the Enterprise Green Communities criteria (Enterprise Community Partners, 2005), the U.S.
As an additional layer, if implemented by management, third-party certifications (LEED, Energy Star, Enterprise Green Communities, NAHB-Green, Green Globes, etc.) add premium value to the property on the investment market.
The buildings were rehabilitated according to Enterprise Green Communities criteria, the first national green building criteria designed for affordable housing, and are now Enterprise Green Communities and LEED-certified.
Boston, MA, September 23, 2010 --( The Green Roundtable / NEXUS was selected by Enterprise Green Communities to join their prestigious Technical Assistance Provider Network.
Incremental Cost, Measurable Savings: Enterprise Green Communities Criteria, Enterprise Green Communities, 2009.
To ensure the sustainability of the participating properties and the cost savings associated with green living, each development in the Fund will utilize the Enterprise Green Communities criteria, the only national standard in green, affordable housing.
The property will be designed to meet the Enterprise Green Communities Criteria and the guidelines set by the ENERGY STAR Multifamily High Rise Program.
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