energy profile

energy profile

[′en·ər·jē ‚prō‚fīl]
(physical chemistry)
A diagram of the energy changes that take place during a reaction in a chemical system.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Welcoming the South African minister and deputy minister to the fourth annual AOP event in Cape Town, Africa Oil & Power CEO Guillaume Doane said: "South Africa's energy profile is rising, thanks in great part to policy reforms, industry privatization and a landmark offshore discovery earlier this year.
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He is encouraged by the major offshore oil and gas discovery by French group Total, which has the potential to transform South Africa's energy profile, create an upstream oil industry and utilise new sources of gas-to-power technology.
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It could help enhance East Med's energy profile, establish regional gas markets, facilitate the development of regional gas infrastructure and the setting-up of a regional gas trading-hub, probably in Egypt.
When a sensitive material becomes clearer, we imprint the laser profile and the energy profile into the material and with that we can imprint some structures onto the material.
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Consider installing a smart thermostat, which learns your temperature preferences, and can save energy by turning heating and cooling on and off, based on the weather outside, your home's energy profile and more.
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