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I recommend to those writing EERs that they write for the public member, a lay professional unfamiliar with both the Department's acronyms and the operations of embassies, consulates and federal agencies in Washington.
Let T denote a probability measure, such as TAR and EER, for an algorithm and [[mu].
The ratios of two EERs (for imports and exports) are greater than unity implying a bias toward import substitution.
The results indicated that a 20% evaporator airflow reduction would decrease the total cooling capacity by 4% and the EER and SEER by 1 to 6%.
Under a previous investment agreement in May between EER and U-Trend, U-Trend committed to invest NIS 12-18 million in EER against an allotment of shares and warrants.
The global offshore wind energy industry's entry into the next decade will be marked by concrete progress built on the past 10 years of moving along the learning curve," according to EER Senior Wind Analyst Eduard Sala de Vedruna.
In practice, EER is an exchange rate index which shows appreciation (index above 100) or depreciation (index below 100) of the national currency against a basket of trading partners' currencies for a certain period relative to the base period.
The EER minimums were increased by the Energy Department a year ago, but manufacturers continue their tweaking.
The heat pump unit (excluding the refrigerant- to-water heat exchanger) meets minimum federal standards for SEER and HSPF and has an EER of 10.
BOMA International collects actual income and expense values annually through the EER Online Survey.
Increasing utility involvement, more focus on rooftop systems, the importance of a stable incentive regime, and clear and easy permitting are key to long-term growth of southern Europe's PV sector," says EER Solar Research Director Reese Tisdale.