IEPCInternational Electric Propulsion Conference
IEPCInternational Ecumenical Peace Convocation (World Council of Churches; Switzerland)
IEPCIndividual Educational Planning Committee
IEPCInternational Energy Policy Conference
IEPCInteragency Emergency Preparedness Council (British Columbia)
IEPCInternational Exhibitions Promotion Company (India)
IEPCInteragency Emergency Planning Commission
IEPCIndian Education Promotions Council (India)
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In July 2014, IEPC filed separate complaints for condemnation for permanent and temporary easements against the landowners.
Martin Beckman in an article to the IEPC 2016 highlighted benefits of international companies' cooperation with Iranian companies, including educated population and extensive oil and gas reserves, and said all should try to promote Iranian industry.
La conducta de los consejeros del IEPC, organismo supuestamente ciudadano, se puede atribuir a que los partidos politicos tienen una fuerte influencia sobre estos, ademas de que en su eleccion intervienen intereses partidistas y de grupo, esto porque los puestos en este Instituto son muy codiciados por los altos sueldos (5) y el poco trabajo (6) que se realiza en este.
Our open and transparent working relationship with IEPC has been key for the success and in gaining an understanding of the technical needs and operating environment in Kuwait.
The order, the largest ever for Kuwait's distribution network, will see 3,300 of ABB's VD4 type vacuum circuit breakers installed into 500 distribution substations rated at 11kV, along with switchgear panels and other equipment provided by IEPC.
The state's electoral agency, the Instituto Electoral y de Participacion Ciudadana (IEPC), reported that slightly more than 61% of the state's registered voters cast ballots.
The IEPC was hosted by the World Council of Churches in May, celebrated the end of the Decade to Overcome Violence (2001-2011), and discussed the role of churches in building a more peaceful world.
11, above), Part III, "Particular Challenges/Recommendations/Suggestions for Possible Workshops during the IEPC." The acronym refers to the International Ecumenical Peace Convocation proposed for 2011.