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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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This is not to minimize the problems bats and birds have with wind turbines, and the problem of noise rural residents living near wind turbines have to endure, in the name of a soft energy path and "tackling" climate change.
BUILDINGS: Here we are, more than 25 years after you introduced the soft energy path.
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.
If you are reflecting a beautiful tree you will be adding a soft energy.
How surprising, then, to see that in spite of dwindling federal support and soft energy prices, conservation gains have continued until very recently.
Amory Lovins and soft energy strategies are only briefly mentioned in the text (and neither was included in the index).
Amory set a standard by inventing the soft energy path, which challenged everything," says Brower.
Kaldellis is Head of the Soft Energy Applications & Environmental Protection Laboratory (SEALAB) at the Technological Education Institute of Piraeus, Greece.
8 Our 1979-80 Soft Energy Path trilogy rocked energy thought--it's still relevant today.
Contractor name : TRANSENERGIS MANDATAIRE DU GROUPEMENT TRANENERGIS - JFRANCOU - SOFT ENERGY
Cesium-131 brachytherapy is a patented internal radiation therapy that has several advantages over older radioactive isotopes including faster delivery of a radiation dose that allows less time and opportunity for the cancer cells to repopulate and has a soft energy that minimizes radiation exposure for the operating room and support staff as well as the patient's family members.