GCE

(redirected from Grams of Coal Equivalent)
AcronymDefinition
GCEGeneral Certificate of Education
GCEGreen Chemistry and Engineering (various organizations)
GCEGranite City Electric (Quincy, MA)
GCEGeneral Certificate Examination
GCEGround Combat Element (Marine Air-Ground Task Force; US DoD)
GCEGround Combat Element
GCEGeneral Consumer Electronics (company that made the Vectrex)
GCEGlobal Campaign for Education
GCEGrid Computing Environments
GCEGrid Computing Environment
GCEGroupe Caisse d'Epargne (French: Group Savings Fund)
GCEGraduate College of Education (various locations)
GCEGénie Climatique de l'Est (French HVAC East)
GCEGroupement des Créateurs d'Entreprises (French: Business Group Creators)
GCEGénie Civil Européen (French European civil engineering)
GCEGround Communications Equipment
GCEGoddard Cumulus Ensemble
GCEGovernment Cost Estimate
GCEGénie du Conditionnement et de l'Emballage (French: packaging engineering)
GCEGlycine Encephalopathy
GCEGenerix Collaborative Enterprise (software; France)
GCEGrand Challenge Event (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency)
GCEGymnasium Christian-Ernestinum (German school)
GCEGold Card Event (American Express)
GCEGilles Chapalin Électricité (French electric company)
GCEGraduate & Continuing Education
GCEGross Conceptual Error
GCEGround Crew Ensemble
GCEGeneral Competitive Equilibrium
GCEGlobe Center Europe (Nestlé)
GCEGround Communications Electronics
GCEGrams of Coal Equivalent (measurement)
GCEGraphite Fiber/Cyanate Ester
GCEGrooming Cascade Edge
GCEGovernment Computer Exposition
GCEGestion du Cycle de l'Eau (French: Managing Water Cycle)
GCEGlobal Citizenship Experience (Chicago, IL)
GCEGeotechmin Consulting and Engineering and Engineering Co. Ltd
GCEGrateful Crane Ensemble (est. 2001; Los Angeles, CA)
GCEGlobal Capital Equipment Market (Blackwood, NJ)
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China restricts approval for coal-fired units that require coal consumption higher than 300 grams of coal equivalent (gce) per kWh, or 305 gce per kWh when air-cooled, and restrictions apply to conventional coal-fired units with capacity of less than 300 MW.