NREL

AcronymDefinition
NRELNational Renewable Energy Laboratory
NRELNatural Resource Ecology Laboratory (Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO)
NRELNational Restricted Electrical Licensing (Australia)
NRELNavana Real Estate, Ltd. (est. 1996; Bangladesh)
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Specifically, NREL tests reveal that Blue Sun B20 reduced carbon monoxide by 32 percent, hydrocarbons by 40 percent and particulate matter by 24 percent.
"If not, we won't be able to make a big dent in oil consumption." CONTACT: Iogen, (613)733-9830, www.io gen.ca; NREL, (303)275-3000, www.
Genencor also has achieved an estimated cellulase cost in the range of $0.10-$0.20 per gallon of ethanol in NREL's cost model.
According to Allard, $6.7 million of the funding is allocated for the construction of a new science and technology facility at NREL's Golden campus designed to provide the facilities and infrastructure needed for research expansion in the areas of fuel cells, hydrogen, advanced lighting and solar technologies.
"We are pleased to join with researchers from Korea to seek new solutions to the transportation technology challenges that confront both our countries," said NREL associate director of science and technology Stan Bull.
"Our study shows that giving consumers energy supply choices can be a powerful mechanism for moving renewable energy into the marketplace," says study co-author Blair Swezey of NREL.
But NREL has started investigating the engineering aspects of the process, he added.
NREL suggests the following considerations for PV O&M:
In March, NREL tested a SolarWindow version that was about three square feet and was transparent.
When our team first pursued the design of a new Research Support Facility (RSF) at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) in 2008, the stipulated objective in the request for proposal (RFP) was an annual energy consumption of 25 kBtu/[ft.sup.2] (79 kWh/[m.sup.2]).
He thinks Ampulse, another company deploying NREL solar-film technology, has "high odds" of achieving PrimeStar-type success.