IPHE

AcronymDefinition
IPHEInternational Partnership for the Hydrogen Economy
IPHEInstitute of Plumbing and Heating Engineering
IPHEInstitution of Public Health Engineers (India)
IPHEInternational Public Health Education
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Barr (11) stresses the coherence in adopting IPHE in health education in Brazil, since it is fully aligned with the principles of the Unified Health System (Sistema Unico de Saude, SUS), contributing to the latter's strengthening and consolidation.
In 2001, DOE launched an international partnership for the development of next-generation nuclear reactors, the Gen IV International Forum (GIF), followed in 2003 by two additional international partnerships, the Carbon Sequestration Leadership Forum (CSLF) and the International Partnership for the Hydrogen Economy (IPHE).
Bhole, "Treatment of Wastewater Using Low-Cost Adsorbents--A Comparative Study," Journal of the IPHE, 2, 5-11 (2000).
Without the help of the IPHE this would have remained another project waiting to happen and we are very grateful to them for their help."
"The broad international participation in the IPHE is evidence of the visionary leadership demonstrated by President Bush with regard to hydrogen," said Abraham.
More details of the technology are given on the Website of the Institute of Plumbing & Heating Engineering (IPHE) www.lowheat.iphe.org.uk
The communications manager for the Institute of Plumbing and Heating Engineering (IPHE), Carol Cannavan, said unscrupulous plumbers were in the minority but massive skill shortages had created a gap in which cowboys were able to thrive.
(IPhE) Power systems control complex optimization in the new market conditions // IFAC Symposium on Power Plants & Power Systems Control (Organized by the IBRA-BIRA Federation), Belgium, Brussels, April 26-29, 2000, Preprints.
Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy state secretary Brit Skjelbred informed attendees of the inaugural meeting of the International Partnership for the Hydrogen Economy (IPHE), held last month in Washington, D.C., that Norway plans to develop a 500-kilometer "hydrogen highway" between the cities of Stavanger and Oslo.