FCET

AcronymDefinition
FCETFerozepur College of Engineering and Technology (India)
FCETFuel Cell Enabling Technologies, Inc. (Alpharetta, GA)
FCETFaculty Committee on Educational Technology (est. 2001; various locations)
FCETFluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer
FCETFlow Cytometric Energy Transfer (biophysics)
FCETFaculty of Continuing Education and Training (Seneca College; Canada)
FCETFellowship of Christian Engineers and Technologists
FCETFollow-on CINC Evaluation Test (US Navy)
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The FCET is consequently focused on short-haul 'drayage' logistics, starting with the Port of Los Angeles.
Ten new zero-emissions fuel-cell-electric Kenworth/Toyota FCET developed through a collaboration between Kenworth and Toyota to move cargo from the Los Angeles and Long Beach ports throughout the Los Angeles area, the Inland Empire, the Port of Hueneme, and eventually to Merced.
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