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relicensing

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A component of the General Medical Council (GMC)’s process of revalidation of a doctor practising medicine in the UK, which requires that doctors practise in accordance with the GMC’s generic standards.
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A team of stakeholders as the utility giant seeks to relicense its hydroelectric plant for another 30 to 50 years.
The final cost to relicense and complete required upgrades to Carmen-Smith, a much larger project, could be even higher, and the utility's customers eventually will foot the bill through higher rates.
We are trying to relicense some hydroelectric and irrigation projects that we have on the Platte River, a very environmentally sensitive area.
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's decision today to relicense four of Alcoa's hydroelectric dams in Tennessee and North Carolina while preserving more than 10,000 acres of land in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
This historic achievement will help lower the time and costs involved for other utilities that decide to relicense their nuclear facilities.
All with an interest in New York's economic well-being have a stake in this because our ability to relicense our projects in a cost-effective manner, and without a loss of generation, will directly affect how much power is available and at what price," Seymour said.
The license for the two plants, which are capable of generating nearly 800 MW of electricity, comes just one year after the application to relicense was filed and one year before the existing licenses expire.
Suspicions are not grounds to revoke, it is not grounds to refuse to relicense,'' attorney Michael Duberchin said.
However, in anticipation of the relicense, in 1995 a group of regional electric cooperatives filed a complaint with FERC alleging that upon relicensing the district had not cooperated in negotiating an allocation of power after 2005.
Wisconsin Electric proposes to relicense eight of its hydroelectric facilities in the Upper Menominee River Basin, including Big Quinnesec Falls, Peavy Falls, Kingsford, Twin Falls, Lower Paint, Hemlock Falls, Michigamme Falls and the Way Dam/Michigamme Reservoir hydro plants.
Factors that could cause or contribute to such differences include, but are not limited to: the continued relicense of the company's products, the pharmaceutical industry's investment in research and development, the company's expansion into customized pharmaceutical simulation solutions, and the emergence of competitive products.