VV, V V, or v. v. may refer to:
The Water-Water Energetic Reactor (VVER), or WWER (from Russian: Водо-водяной энергетический реактор; transliterates as Vodo-Vodyanoi Energetichesky Reaktor; Water-Water Power Reactor) is a series of pressurised water reactor designs originally developed in the Soviet Union, and now Russia, by OKB Gidropress.
VVT-i, or Variable Valve Timing with intelligence, is an automobile variable valve timing technology developed by Toyota.
VVVVVV is a 2010 2D puzzle platform video game created by Terry Cavanagh. The game was built in Adobe Flash and released on January 11, 2010, for Microsoft Windows and OS X.
VVV-Venlo (Dutch pronunciation: [ˌveːveːˈveː ˈvɛnloː], VVV stands for Venlose Voetbal Vereniging [ˈvɛnloːzə ˈvudbɑl vəˈreːnəɣɪŋ]) is a football club from Venlo in the Netherlands, currently playing in the Eerste Divisie.
VV Cephei, also known as HD 208816, is an eclipsing binary star system located in the constellation Cepheus, approximately 5,000 light years from Earth.
The VVER-TOI or WWER-TOI (Водо-водяной энергетический реактор типовой оптимизированный информатизированный; Vodo-Vodyanoi Energetichesky Reactor Tipovoi Optimizirovanniy Informatizirovanniy; Water-Water Energy Reactor Universal Optimized Digital) is a design for a two-unit nuclear power plant.
The vv Hoogeveen is a football club from the town of Hoogeveen (about 45.000 inhabitants) and plays in the fourth highest league of the Netherlands, the 2012-2013 in de Hoofdklasse van de KNVB.
Vvedenskoye Cemetery or German Cemetery (Введенское (Немецкое) кладбище) is a historical cemetery in the Lefortovo District of Moscow in Russia.
vvvv (German pronunciation: [faʊfiːɐ̯ ] = "v4") is a general purpose toolkit with a special focus on real-time video synthesis and programming large media environments with physical interfaces, real-time motion graphics, audio and video.