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SCE

in Scotland
Scottish Certificate of Education: either of two public examinations in specific subjects taken as school-leaving qualifications or as qualifying examinations for entry into a university, college, etc.
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After receiving a coastal development permit from the California Coastal Commission, SCE will begin dismantling the plant and removing the major structures from the site.
SCE will continue to provide timely updates on the progress made during fuel transfer operations to the community and to stakeholders.
The SCES team established SCES Requirements Working Groups (WGs) for each of the four business processes and invited representatives from the security cooperation, ERE and functional communities to participate in the development of SCES requirements.
SCE connects an average of 4,400 solar customers to the electric grid monthly, equal to a solar customer coming online every 10 minutes.
The new system will help SCE better utilize the resources on the grid, provide enhanced reliability, reduce environmental impact, and reduce cost for our operations and for our customers, said SCE President Ron Nichols.
on Wednesday at SCEs Energy Education Center, 6090 North Irwindale Ave., Irwindale.
Unlike [gamma]H2AX analysis which is done on interphase chromosomes, the specific timing requirement of metaphase spread preparation for SCE analysis makes this method technically challenging, and the majority of published studies utilising SCE analysis have focused on peripheral blood lymphocytes, which have relatively predictable doubling time.