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OECOpportunities in Emergency Care (Minnesota)
OECOlfactory Ensheathing Cell
OECOpen Education Centre (various locations)
OECOhio Environmental Council
OECOpen Enterprise Computing
OECOutput Edge Control
OECOffice of Emergency Communications
OECOil Exploration Company (Iraq)
OECOld Earth Creationism (belief system)
OECOutdoor Emergency Care
OECOcean Energy Council
OECOhio Ethics Commission (est.1973)
OECOvarian Epithelial Cancer
OECOn Every Corner (entertainment)
OECOxygen Evolving Complex (photosynthesis)
OECOriginal Equipment Cost
OECOntario Engineering Competition
OECOffice of Exceptional Children (various locations)
OECOffice of Environmental Coordination (New York, NY)
OECOregon Employer Council
OECOtis Elevator Company
OECOld English Corpus
OECOrmat Energy Converter
OECOutreach and Education Committee (various organizations)
OECOhio Expo Center (Columbus, OH)
OECOverseas Employment Corporation (Pakistan)
OECOil Exporting Country (economics)
OECOklahoma Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Norman, OK)
OECOperational Evaluation Command
OECOpen End Contract (various organizations)
OECOpen Energy Corporation
OECOperational Employment Concept
OECOkaya Electronics Corporation (Japan)
OECOdeon Events Centre (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada)
OECOxygen Equilibrium Curve
OECOther Exchange Company
OECoverall evaluation criteria
OECOffice of Evangelization and Catechesis
OECOutback Environmental Controls (Brisane, QLD, Australia)
OECOcean Engineering Centre, Canada
OECOperations Engineering Center
OECOperations and Engineering Contractor
OECOCEAN (Overseas Chinese-American Entrepreneurs Association) Education Center (Boston, MA)
OECOrganizational Effectiveness Evaluation Checklist (management tool)
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Ormat will supply its Ormat Energy Converters to the power plant and will add the $254 million supply contract to its product segment backlog once Notice to Proceed is issued, concurrently with the closing of the financing.
The ORMAT Energy Converter, known as a Closed Cycle Vapor Turbogenerator (CCVT) is a self contained autonomous power system specifically designed to operate continuously under severe environmental conditions, with virtually no maintenance.
According to the expected EPC contract, Ormat Nevada Inc will offer two air-cooled Ormat Energy Converters for a geothermal power plant project in North America.
Amatitlan was developed on a "build-own-operate" basis and comprises a 20 MW geothermal power plant based on Ormat Energy Converters.
Ormat Technologies subsidiary Ormat International Inc and JFE Engineering Corporation (JFEE), a subsidiary of JFE Holdings Inc, have agreed to work together on the implementation of geothermal power plant projects on an Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) basis utilising Ormat's proprietary binary cycle ORMAT Energy Converters and Geothermal Combined Cycle Units.
Selection Of Ormat Energy Converters As Power Source