OTEC


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OTEC

[′ō‚tek]
(mechanical engineering)
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An economically viable alternative to fossil fuels may be emerging in the form of ocean thermal energy conversion (OTEC), which uses the difference in temperature between surface and deep-sea water to generate Power.
Under a contract placed by the US Naval Facilities Engineering Command, an industry team led by Lockheed Martin will develop critical Otec system components and further mature its design for a pilot plant.
Palau has decided to stop using diesel power stations by 2015 and switch to the cleaner OTEC system.
OTEC's award is in recognition of the station's contribution to broadcast journalism, and excellence in leadership in the media landscape, coupled with the highest conduct of ethical standards and integrity.
In the Philippines, OTE is considering opportunities in multiple OTEC or potable water production plants.
(OTCQB: CPWR) has engaged in discussions since the beginning of the year with its legal, accounting, and investment partners to acquire two established OTEC and SWAC engineering firms, the company said.
Target: Two established OTEC and SWAC engineering firms
Nevertheless, an additional polishing operation was carried out in OTEC DF 3 machine.
But for any new installations even on these technologies, as well as ocean thermal energy conversion (OTEC) ventures, FIT will no longer be there to underpin their developments.
La empresa puede realizar directamente esas capacitaciones, o bien contratar los servicios de un Organismo Tecnico de Capacitacion (OTEC) acreditado en SENCE.
Technologies that are involved may include desalination, low vacuum temperature, and ocean thermal energy conversion (OTEC).
Ademas, reciben una bonificacion por cada aprendiz para capacitacion ya sea via los Organismos Tecnicos de Capacitacion (OTEC) o efectuada por la misma empresa.