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Renewable energy

Renewable energy is obtained from sources that can be sustained indefinitely, such as photovoltaic solar collection, solar thermal turbine generation, and wind power.
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Soft energy materials such as polymer-colloid composites and conjugated polymer-fullerene composites will also be studied.
Currency exchange rates fluctuations for countries who are net producers of oil also contributed to soft energy prices.
Oil & Gas sector is reeling under the pressure of capacity build up and soft energy prices.
This album will provide perfect soft energy in the background for an afternoon of beading or office work, or for a gallery, gift shop or bookstore setting.
The treatment of soft energy nicely skewers that super charlatan of energy nonsense, Amory Lovins.
Bigger players that have entered the fray in the past year include Danone Waters, which launched Volvic Revive, a soft energy drink that contains stimulating plant extracts.
Many commentators who have access to the media support particular soft energy technological fixes, which, they believe, will enable climate change to be addressed and our industrial lifestyle to continue.
But the loss associated with the lithium ion battery packs made by Sanyo GS Soft Energy Co.
Hungary and its neighbours are taking advantage of a soft energy technology, which is expanding rapidly around the world.
The 2002 Hoyt ProTec is available in four eccentrics, ranging from a soft energy wheel to a hard one-cam.
25) Another important contributor to energy and environmental thinking in the Seventies was Amory Lovins, the author of Soft Energy Paths.
These soft energy sources have been considered more environmentally benign than coal or oil and nearly as attractive economically Soft energy advocates believe that only a moderate amount of government intervention is necessary to increase the use of soft technologies and the efficiency of the economy.