FSEC

AcronymDefinition
FSECFlorida Solar Energy Center
FSECFire Service Emergency Cover (UK Office of the Deputy Prime Minister Fire Safety - Risk Assessment toolkit)
FSECFédération Suisse d'Elevage Caprin (French: Swiss Federation of Goat Rearing; Switzerland)
FSECFaculty Senate Executive Committee (various schools)
FSECFédération Sportive de l'Enseignement de la Communauté Française (French sports federation; Belgium)
FSECFire Security Electronics & Communications, Inc. (Arizona)
FSECFondation Spéciale et Construction (French construction company)
FSECFederal Specifications Executive Committee (US Navy)
FSECFoyer Socio Éducatif et Coopératif (French education association)
FSECFederal Software Exchange Center
FSECFlorida Schools of Excellence Commission
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A variation in FSEC is explained by variations in: initial per capita GDP; the average years of secondary schooling of the male and female population and; initial income inequality (INEQ).
According to FSEC, the working group will prepare and evaluate new membranes for proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cells.
By spring 1997, Parker and his associates had rigged a test lab at FSEC.
For a complete list of participating schools, visit the FSEC website.
Progress Energy said it will donate $49,000 to FSEC, a research institute of the University of Central Florida, to sponsor the initiative.
The vehicle's visit to FSEC, an esteemed research institute that has been promoting America's energy independence for more than 35 years, is especially fitting.
7) In separate simulation analysis, FSEC evaluated potential improvements to new portable classrooms across U.
In addition to the hands-on portion of the competition, FSEC said teams are required to give a 10-minute presentation on some aspect of hydrogen research.
According to FSEC, Slattery, a graduate of the Florida Institute of Technology and the first woman to win the FSEC award, has pursued hydrogen storage innovations using magnesium hydride, lanthanum magnesium hydride and lithium aluminum hydride.
According to FSEC, the program is funded by grants from the NASA Glenn Research Center with the objective of supporting NASA's hydrogen-related space and space launch activities.
Under the System Design Review and Approval requirements of the Florida Buildings Program, solar modules are evaluated by the FSEC to ensure that the quality, safety and code compliance for system designs have been met.
FSEC was created by the Florida Legislature in 1975 to conduct research, test and certify solar systems and develop education programs across a breadth of renewable energy technologies.