RECP


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RECP

On drawings, abbr. for receptacle.
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What is still missing are regulatory frameworks that provide the incentives and the security for private sector to come in and invest", says Marcus Wiemann, executive director of the RECP partner organisation Alliance for Rural Electrification (ARE).
The RECP is responding to this skills shortage by supporting exchange between policymakers in the regions as well as by providing advisory support and trainings.
ITDI designs the RECP program to establish support mechanisms for the industrial sector, particularly the MSMEs, in the identification, evaluation, and acquisition of cost-effective technologies for cleaner production.
DOST-ITDI urged industry players to join in the government's program to achieve a green environment through RECP.
The Beatrice epitomizes the increasing strength of multifamily fundamentals, particularly in the New York City market," said Andrew Rifkin, Chairman and Managing Partner of DLJ RECP.
For applications where natural vegetation alone eventually will provide sufficient permanent erosion protection, a temporary RECP may be used.
One form of temporary RECP is an open-weave textile, a degradable product composed of processed natural or polymer yarns woven into a matrix.
For each ESF, the RECP now identifies the entities that might be involved in an incident or emergency response.
Spector Group has worked closely with Gardiner & Theobald, RECP project managers, to meet aggressive construction schedules.
This strategic partnership will allow RECP to invest in Urban Partners' immediate pipeline of projects in various stages of development.
After an extensive search of potential alternatives, RECP decided they wanted a well-known corporate address in a Class A building," said CBRE's David Hollander, a First Vice President in the firm's Midtown Manhattan office.
Formed in 1995, RECP and its affiliates have invested in over 50 real estate transactions, acquiring a diversified portfolio of real estate assets with an aggregate transaction value in excess of $2.