plant agreement

plant agreement

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a collective agreement at plant level within industry
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Solid facts have been placed giving valid reasons for why Sri Lanka should not put the signature to the coal power plant agreement another set of people pushing for its conclusion.
It is also implicit that 1MDB s power plant agreement with the Government has come about as a result of direct negotiations between 1MDB and the Energy, Green Technology and Water Ministry, with both the Energy Commission and the Sustainable Energy Development Authority Malaysia (Seda) playing a smaller role.
Under a balance of plant agreement, RES will build the plant its 18th renewable energy project in Texas.
Turkey has signed an electricity production plant agreement with Iraq aiming at supporting Iraq's power supply needs.
The agreement determines the parties' responsibilities related to implementation of the first stage of the project, upon completion of which a nuclear power plant agreement is to be signed.
The newly signed Demonstration Plant Agreement (the Agreement) outlines collaboration between MGX and a large U.S.
Al-Sisi added that that the El-Dabaa nuclear plant agreement confirms the strong and strategic relations between Egypt and Russia.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-14 March 2008-Vattenfall signs major wind power plant agreement with Siemens(C)1994-2008 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
The boiler plant agreement includes an sfr feed line for anticorrosive reagent feed and silo as an option or alternatively src and activated carbon feed.
Lahore, Nov 21 (ANI): The Rental Power Plant agreement that Pakistan has signed with Turkey is the most expensive in the country's history.
It is the first solar power plant agreement to be announced on behalf of SunPower's Italian subsidiary, SunPower Italia S.r.l.
The nuclear power plant agreement is nothing but a declaration of intentions a and if in 10 years' time the project may be lifted off the ground the questions will a rise how Venezuela will pay for it," said Alexander Golts, a political and defense commentator with the popular online publication Yezhednevny Zhurnal.
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