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cers

[sərz]
(meteorology)
A term for the mistral in Catalonia, Narbonne, and parts of Provence (southern France and northeastern Spain).
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Markus Oberlin, CEO, Farnek, commented: "We are proud to be the first to purchase CERs from the maiden project generating carbon credits in the GCC.
Simply put, and for reasons not completely known, NBs were not enforcing the content and format of lower risk product CERs.
Original CERs often are based on literature reviews of equivalent products, components and compounds, but must be regularly updated and maintained as new evidence becomes available that is directly relevant to each particular device.
Th e use of Scots offi cers in Northern Ireland is part of the UK-wide police interoperability programme.
Under the CDM, governments and companies in rich nations can invest in clean-energy projects such as wind farms and small hydro plants and earn CERs in return to meet emissions cut targets or to sell for profit.
serve and World Energy brought a vigorous, intelligent process to this auction that ensured we would attain a market price for our primary CERs closely aligned with secondary CERs," said Marten von Velsen-Zerweck, an N.
What are the key factors affecting how doctors prescribe pharmaceuticals according to CER research?
And o cers are warning anyone who tries to commit a crime involving the country's borders that they will do their upmost to stop them in their tracks.
The total gross income to Blue Sphere over the 21 year life of the project based on 135,000 CER's per year is estimated by management at $18 MM USD, calculated at current and escalating CER prices.
He was questioned by o cers before being released on bail pending further inquiries.
The end buyers of the CERs were from Morgan Stanley's client base which is widely diversified across sectors and regions.