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PSE

(Power Sourcing Equipment) A power over Ethernet (PoE) device that is a source of power, such as a PoE Ethernet switch. Contrast with "powered device" (PD), which uses the power, such as a network camera or IP phone. See PoE.

p.s.e.

Abbr. for “planed and square-edged.”
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For its part, the PSE issued another statement on Wednesday detailing how it would reduce brokers' ownership to comply with the 20-percent cap.
During the drafting of the SRC, the legislature observed that control over the PSE by a group of small brokers with vested interest in maintaining the status quo resulted in abuses to the detriment of the public.
Also present were PSE COO Roel Refran, PSE director Eddie Gobing, Philippine Realty and Holdings Corp.
Ideally, activists, advocates, and researchers involved in improving the PSE dimensions of state welfare policy will find useful lessons in the abridged case studies below.
This milestone underscores the role wind power can play in meeting our energy needs," said David Mills, PSE vice president of Energy Supply Operations.
The PSE earlier announced it had signed an underwriting commitment with BDO Capital and First Metro Investments Corp.
5 million shares that we will be offering, we believe that the final ownership of the brokers of the PSE will be a little less than 20 percent.
Refran said the PSE plans to proceed with the offering in February.
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In its email billing notifications, PSE always addresses its customers by their full name rather than using "Dear Customer," which is a clue of the fraudulent email.
Before this Calata issue became a problem for the PSE, when you apply for listing with the PSE, you have a checklist of requirements.
The campaign, which first toured the Puget Sound region in 2009, encourages PSE residential electric customers to switch from incandescent light bulbs to ENERGY STAR([R])-qualified, energy-efficient compact fluorescent light (CFL) bulbs and helps educate customers through engaging activities on easy ways to lower home energy use.