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energy technology

The processes used to create energy. They increasingly are focused on micropower, where individual companies are creating their own power plants for their own use. See micropower.
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Other elements cherry-picked include a European Energy Technology System to gather reliable data on energy technologies and map' technologies as well as financial and human barriers.
The group will be aided by a European Energy Technology Information System for "technology watching" and "capacities matching".
8 September 2011 - Trade in energy technology between Denmark and Russia is to triple to DKK3.3bn by 2015, according to a cooperation agreement the countries signed today.
Developer of next-generation energy technologies Energy Technology Ventures, a joint venture of General Electric Company (NYSE:GE), NRG Energy (NYSE:NRG) and ConocoPhillips (NYSE:COP), is providing capital to Emefcy Ltd, an Israeli company that can turn wastewater treatment from a huge energy drain to an electricity generator, the company announced on Tuesday.
All three reports have given signals' to the European Commission, now finishing off proposals for both renewables and energy technology.
This new 10,000 square metre energy technology centre is expected to provide GE Energy customers in Saudi Arabia, the wider Middle East region, Europe and Africa with advanced energy technology services and manufacturing.
Energy Technology Perspectives 2006, 484 pages, ISBN 92-64-10982-X, paper edition 100, PDF version 80.

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