ODOD


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AcronymDefinition
ODODOhio Department of Development
ODODOculodentoosseous Dysplasia
ODODOeuvre des Orphelins des Douanes (French: Orphans Works Customs; est. 1914; Paris, France)
ODODOriginal Designs by Original Designers (est. 2002)
ODODOnline Doko Open Door (gaming forum)
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Strickland and Lisa Patt-McDaniel, director of the ODOD, both announced the state's commitment to support Intelligrated's economic development projects.
6% Source: ODOD 2004; US Census Bureau 1990c; US Census Bureau 2000c.
It calls for the ODOD to allocate $75 million for various financing projects; $25 million for research, development and demonstration; and $3 million for training.
We need to scale our business operations to support our planned growth, and the resources and cooperation offered by the ODOD enable us to accelerate our plans, while tightly managing the cost of expansion, giving Peak a competitive edge.
Additionally, ODOD said EMTEC was awarded $719,200 for its Enabling Low Cost MEA Manufacturing for PEM Fuel Cells in Ohio project, in which it will develop and commercialize an improved manufacturing process for membrane electrode assemblies (MEAs) for PEM FCs, "rendering them thinner, more efficient and higher performing;" Velocys, Inc.
According to ODOD, the fuel cell power plant, a 2003 Third Frontier Project state grant recipient, is designed to feed power directly into a local distribution grid for general consumption.
The award was one of eleven presented November 8, 2004, at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati by Governor Bob Taft and Bruce Johnson, Director of ODOD.
The symposium will open with an address titled "[FCs] and the Third Frontier" by Ohio governor Bob Taft, followed by a "status report" on the Ohio Department of Development's (ODOD) Ohio FC Initiative from team leader Mike McKay and ODOD Community Development Division Office of Energy Efficiency chief Sara Ward.