NCRE

AcronymDefinition
NCRENational Computer Rank Examination (China)
NCRENational Council on Rehabilitation Education
NCRENon-Conventional Renewable Energy (law; Chile)
NCRENational Cereals Research and Extension (Cameroon)
NCRENaval Construction Research Establishment
NCRENational Christian Resources Exhibition (UK)
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"We're excited about completing this phase of the negotiations with Santee Cooper and are looking forward to helping bring more renewable energy to South Carolina and Santee Cooper customers," Frank Dekker, managing partner at NCRE, said.
During the current year, and for the first time, a 100% of the 33 plants under construction will generate 1,839MW from NCRE. To this end, investments of US$ 6,978 million are being made.
In this two-part, National Council on Rehabilitation Education (NCRE)-approved research project, we first surveyed NCRE-member rehabilitation counseling faculty in order to identify the topics of existing professional seminars and doctoral level courses in rehabilitation counseling and key readings in these topic areas.
The experts defined the knowledge structure according to the syllabus of NCRE in addition to a number of textbooks and references.
More such projects are planned and, as the technologies become more cost effective, NCRE plants will almost certainly increase as a percentage of Chile's total generating capacity.
With paper mills either down or out, the NCRE plant would create a market for low-grade wood that "would in essence replace the wood that was consumed by the Berlin mill," said Stock.
24 Aug Prof Martin Holland (NCRE), 'Making Poverty History: The European Union as a Global Development Super-power'.
This article is based on a paper delivered at the Inaugural New Zealand European Studies Conference on 1 June 2002, organized by the National Centre for Research on Europe (NCRE), University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand.
The Royal Agricultural Society of England today unveiled the project to create a National Centre for Rural Enterprise - NCRE - which would be an international centre of excellence in agriculture, land and rural development.
S-35 was tested in on-farm trials by the Testing and Liaison Unit (TLU) of the National Cereals Research and Extension Project (NCRE), Maroua, Cameroon, during 1983 to 1985 and was recommended to the regional extension agencies in 1986 (2,3).
The purpose of this article, which is based on the National Council on Rehabilitationn Education's (NCRE) position statement on Undergraduate Education (1987), is to provide specific information about some of those career options.