To improve energy management, the NEEC
operator certification program has increased its focus on how to communicate effectively with occupants, Putnam says.
The question of whether this PfP approach appropriately assigns risks and rewards to the market actors and thereby offers a more robust approach to the commercial and institutional sectors was the topic of a one-day workshop led by RMI and NEEC
that included utilities, service providers, and customer representatives.
Prof Bradshaw told the NEEC
(formerly the North of England Education Conference): "As far as the strategy has failed, it has failed in its efforts particularly because it started from such a terrible point.
Last week, I attended the NEEC
conference in Wallasey and Chester.
For instance, a report entitled "The Do's and Don'ts of Technology Planning" (FECT & NEEC
Conference, 1999) summarises Information Infrastructure issues (category F6, Table 1), which are commonplace in careers related to Information Science and Technology.
These should not entail excess cost (NEEC
) but only where a transitional period is required to reach the BAT.
Here in the North East, a meeting of the NEEC
Energy Forum last month raised concerns about the divestment campaign.
The C-TPAT equivalent program in Canada is Partners in Protection (PIP), while in Mexico an eligible firm may join C-TPAT or the newly developed Nuevo Esquema de Empresas Certificadas (NEEC
Government initiatives specifically mentioned on this webpage are the Australian Sustainable Schools Initiative (AuSSI) and the National Environmental Education Council (NEEC
)--however the latter, re-named the National Council on Education for Sustainability in 2009, seems to have last met on 17 July 2007 (according to a noncurrent page on the DSEWPC website) but there was a first meeting under the new name in April 2009 (Rose, 2009).
Asked about the benefits of ballroom dancing at the North of England Education Conference (NEEC
) in Blackpool, Miss Widdecombe said: "Discipline and fitness.