Energy conservation

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energy conservation

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Energy conservation

Decreasing the demand for use of energy.
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Well, I won't, but I hate to see things going all crisscross and getting snarled up, when a pull her and a snip there would straighten it out.
They crisscross the face in angry red welts, and are permanent and ineffaceable.
These black beams were set crooked or crisscross at all kinds of angles, giving the whole a most patchy and puzzling appearance.
The crisscross of scars on his bald pate bespoke a tomahawk intimacy with the black, and of equal intimacy was the advertisement, front and rear, on the right side of his neck, where an arrow had at one time entered and been pulled clean through.
Cemex received the Southern California Edison (SCE) 2017 Energy Efficiency Award for its commitment to conserving energy and land stewardship at its Victorville Cement Plant, which has served the California High Desert community for more than 100 years.
Vyas believes that conserving energy and water is vital in the UAE.
Pepco customers will have an opportunity to save money by conserving energy on Thursday, July 14.
This is the fourth year that ESO will take part in conserving energy and reducing climate change.
Xu Shehui said that this technology would help the country to bridge the gap of electricity shortfall by conserving energy for the rapid industrial and agricultural development.
The expo will also aim to raise awareness among the general public about the importance of conserving energy and water resources and how this will catalyze Bahrain's future economic growth.
Their thermal mass is of great benefit in stabilizing temperature, thereby conserving energy.
Penalizing people for conserving energy and reducing pollution is the kind of loopy scheme only a consultant could dream up.