EMC definition

Examples of EMC in a sentence

  • The Consultant agrees to coordinate the same as part of their scope, on request of EMC Kerala or their authorized representative.

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  • However, an actions-based EMC could be viable, as there is still an intention to recognise good on-farm actions and behaviours under all variants of thesystem and possible rebates.

  • These include sequestration and for the Processor Hybrid an EMC ‘credit’ based on the modelled farm practice changes to reduce emissions specific to each farm (where the amount paid for emissions reductions is 2.5 times multiplier of the rate at which the charge is levied).

  • Steffey stated letter D on that same page, the EMC and elected officials will develop mutual aid agreements with adjacent municipalities for reciprocal emergency assistance as needed.

More Definitions of EMC

EMC means energy management contracts projects, which are central heating and cooling refurbishment and replacements for existing buildings and installation projects for new buildings. In the EMC, the Company (including the PRC Companies) designs, manufactures and installs ground-source heat pump (“GSHP”) systems under long-term (which shall be no less than 10 years) service contracts, which have an annual energy management fee, to large scale commercial businesses, such as hotels and supermarkets. The Company (including the PRC Companies) will retain the title to various GSHP related equipment and facilities until expiration of term under a service contract. For avoidance of confusion, EMC shall include, but not limited to, the long term service contracts described in the report attached as Exhibit B hereto. The Holder shall reserve the right to determine whether a contract constitutes an EMC. However, such determination shall not be made in conflict with the provisions hereof.
EMC means EMC Corporation, a Massachusetts corporation, all successors to EMC Corporation by way of merger, consolidation or sale of substantially all of its assets, and all corporations, limited liability companies, joint ventures, partnerships, trusts, associations or other entities in which EMC Corporation: (i) beneficially owns, either directly or indirectly, more than fifty percent (50%) of (a) the total combined voting power of all classes of voting securities of such entity, (b) the total combined equity interests, or (c) the capital or profits interest, in the case of a partnership; or (ii) otherwise has the power to vote, either directly or indirectly, sufficient securities to elect a majority of the board of directors or similar governing body, but shall not include the Corporation or any Subsidiary of the Corporation (any such successor in interest, corporation, limited liability company, joint venture, partnership, trust, association or other entity referred to in this definition shall be deemed to be an “EMC Company”).
EMC means EMC Corporation, a Massachusetts corporation and wholly-owned subsidiary of the Corporation.
EMC has the meaning set forth in the preamble hereto.
EMC has the meaning ascribed to such term in the Preamble.
EMC means EMC Corporation, a Massachusetts corporation.