EEH

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AcronymDefinition
EEHExplorations in Economic History (Elsevier, BV)
EEHEmotionelle Erste Hilfe (German: Emotional First Aid)
EEHEast End Hospice (Westhampton Beach, NY)
EEHEnergy Efficient Home
EEHEthylene Glycol 2-Ethylhexyl Ether
EEHExpanding Educational Horizons (USAID)
EEHEnvironmental Exposure and Health (annual conference)
EEHEarth Energy Healing (website; est. 2005)
EEHÉcrivains en Herbe (French: Writers in Grass)
EEHEglise Episcopale d'Haiti (French: Episcopal Church of Haiti)
EEHEspace Éthique Hospitalier (French: Area Hospital Ethics)
EEHExtended Error Handling
EEHEmployee Earnings and Hours (Australian Bureau of Statistics; survey)
EEHÉcole d'Equitation du Hainaut (French riding school)
EEHElegant English Hotels (UK)
EEHEurus Energy Holdings (Japan)
EEHEnhanced Enzymatic Hydrolysis
EEHEmpire Earth Heaven
EEHEMU (Extravehicular Mobility Unit) Electrical Harness (space suit)
EEHEscrow-Equity Healthcare (Escrow Equity Marketing; Louisville, KY)
EEHEmperor Entertainment Hotel, Ltd. (stock symbol)
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Eurus Energy America is a subsidiary of Japan's leading renewable energy company, Eurus Energy Holdings (Tokyo), operating large scale wind and solar farms worldwide.
Eurus Energy Holdings Corp., which is 60 percent owned by TEPCO, is negotiating with the government-controlled Organization for Small & Medium Enterprises and Regional Innovation on a 21-megawatt solar power station on a 46-hectare site owned by the organization, they said.
Presently, TEPCO is involved in nine thermal power projects in six countries and also is participating in Eurus Energy Holdings, which operates wind power generation plants in the U.S., Europe and Japan.
Japan-based Tokyo Electric Power Company (Tepco) (9501.TO) and Toyota Tsusho Corporation (Toyota Tsusho) (8015.TO) are investing JPY25bn in Eurus Energy Holdings Corporation (Eurus), a wind power company.
Eurus Energy Holdings Corporation (EEH) is set to buy 31 wind turbines (total power of 62 MW) from Gamesa of Spain, one of the world's leading manufacturers of this type of equipment, the Spanish entity recently announced in a press release.
Eurus Energy Holdings Corp., a subsidiary of Tokyo Electric Power Co., is the leader in the business.
Eurus Energy Holdings Corporation operates from its headquarters in Japan.