REMC

AcronymDefinition
REMCReliability Enhanced Memory Controller
REMCRegional Educational Media Center
REMCRutherford Electric Membership Corporation (utility cooperative; North Carolina)
REMCRural Electric Membership Cooperative
REMCRoxio Easy Media Creator
REMCReal Estate Marketing & Consulting, Inc. (Raleigh, NC)
REMCReaction Ensemble Monte Carlo Method (chemical engineering)
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En caso negativo, ?conocia de la existencia de la ReMC? ?Tendria voluntad de participar en una asociacion como esta?
He said the REMC had been developed, reviewed refined and evaluated by DepEd in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) from 2010 to 2011.
Chet Aubin, CEO of Johnson County REMC, agrees that the partnership with NineStar is "better than we could have anticipated." One reason is that the two companies share "a desire to serve members as best we can." Another is that, before embarking on the venture, the companies set up a detailed partnership agreement, formed an LLC and agreed on how much to invest for the first few years until it became cash-flow positive.
Days after tornados devastated the southern Indiana town on March 2, 2012, Hoosier Energy's Holly Yensel, a residential energy consultant, attended a luncheon to find a way that Clark County REMC and its power supplier could help with recovery efforts.
Para la comparacion de modelos se ha empleado el estadistico raiz del error medio cuadratico (REMC), cuya expresion es:
International Resource News-November 18, 2011--Kosciusko REMC selects Landis+Gyr's Gridstream RF advanced metering solution(C)1994-2011 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk
Additional sponsors include the Jay County Soil & Water Conservation District, Jay County REMC, Adams County Community Foundation, Friends of the Limberlost, the Rivers Institute at Hanover College, and the Biodiversity and Natural Areas Committee of the Indiana Academy of Sciences.
announced that Rentech Energy Midwest Corporation (REMC), its wholly-owned nitrogen fertilizer operation, has entered into a $20 million incremental loan agreement and amended its existing $62.5 million term loan (First Amendment).
The first seven co-ops to participate include: Cullman Electric Cooperative in Alabama; Utilities District of Western Indiana REMC, Parke Country REMC and South Central REMC in Indiana; Midwest Energy Cooperative in Michigan; and BARC Electric Cooperative and Central Virginia Electric Cooperative in Virginia.
They served together with REMC in Toulongne, South of France.