WEP

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WEPWired Equivalent Privacy (802.11 encryption protocol)
WEPWeapon
WEPWindfall Elimination Provision (Social Security benefits)
WEPWireless Encryption Protocol (network security)
WEPWorker Education Program (various locations)
WEPWomen's Equality Party (various locations)
WEPWomen's Empowerment Principles (award)
WEPWireless Encryption Protocol
WEPWarranty Extended Package
WEPWindows Embedded Partner
WEPWired Equivalent Privacy
WEPWindows Entertainment Pack
WEPWork Experience Program (workfare)
WEPWind Energy Project (various organizations)
WEPWired Equivalent Protocol (wireless PC security)
WEPWater Environment Protection (New York)
WEPWith Extreme Prejudice
WEPWar Emergency Power (putting the engine in overdrive for short periods during air combat)
WEPWater Efficiency Program (various organizations)
WEPWest European Politics
WEPWireless Encryption Privacy
WEPWisconsin Electric Power
WEPWater-Extended Polyester
WEPWage Earner Plan (bankruptcy)
WEPWell-known Entry Point
WEPWork Exchange Program (various organizations)
WEPWord Error Probability
WEPWater Entry Pressure
WEPWomen Environmental Program (Burundi)
WEPWater-Extended Polymer
WEPWater Entry Point
WEPWork Execution Plan (various organizations)
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For example, Morocco's Ouarzazate Solar Power Plant and its Drinking Water Efficiency Program were launched with the equivalent of $50.6 million from the European Union's Neighborhood Investment Facility; these projects subsequently gained additional funding totaling more than $815 million.
Among the latest eco-friendly features of the property: an Energy Star score of 86, which puts it in the top 14 percent of buildings nationwide and allows it to save upwards of $198,000 in utility bills per year; a reflective roof with a 8,798-square-foot garden and a new water efficiency program with plumbing retrofits.
The anchor tenant's commitment to water conservation, along with the building's high profile, made Building 67 the perfect property to kick off the water efficiency program.
A new voluntary water efficiency program that will build a national brand for technologies and practices that conserve this vital resource is great news for home builders and new home buyers, according to the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB).
He says they expect the source for that new system will be Trout Lake, but notes the possible need for a water efficiency program could result in water meters.
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