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GWP

ISO 4217 code for the Guinea-Bissau peso. It was introduced in 1975 and was replaced by the West African CFA franc in 1997.
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9%- The market's gross loss ratio continued its improvement in 2012 - GWP growth followed gross claims incurred relatively closely in the past few years - Increased veterinary costs was the main culprit behind claims inflation - Flat-rate excess may have negative consequences for the health of the industry
AGC said that it worked on the refrigerant development as part of a NEDO-subsidised project, and the blend,provided equivalent performance to conventional refrigerants, while achieving both low GWP and energy efficient economic performance.
GWP values of various refrigerants used in our study are summarized in Table 1.
AMOLEATM is an environmentally responsive mixed refrigerant whose main ingredient is hydrofluoroolefin (HFO)-1123, which has an extremely low GWP, and AGC worked on its development as part of a NEDO-subsidized project.
POWER SUPPLY DIVERSIFICATION: GWP has a diverse power supply portfolio that provides competitively priced energy.
Cardiff Council's chief executive and chairman of the GWP, Jon House, said: "The Great Western Main Line is part of the UK's core infrastructure and crucial to the economic success of South Wales and south west England.
2010b), fuel feedstock alternatives such as boiler inputs were compared using GWP as the performance metric.
The GWP is a way to compare how different gases contribute to global warming.
The reason for their visit to GWP was to learn about a successful smart meter implementation project.
to ensure refrigerants with non-negligible GWP are reclaimed,
The transition to low-GWP refrigerants is being driven by regulation in the European Union that will phase out auto air conditioning refrigerants with GWPs higher than 150 between 2011 and 2017, and similar regulation in California with the same 2017 deadline.