renewable energy source


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renewable energy source

[ri‚nü·ə·bəl ′en·ər·jē ‚sȯrs]
(engineering)
A form of energy that is constantly and rapidly renewed by natural processes such as solar, ocean wave, and wind energy.
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'We want to make it clear that, in the case of intermittent renewable energy sources, it is important to take into account the real impacts of carbon taxes and other measures such as feed-in tariffs, which are designed to encourage investment in renewables but don't always have the intended effects.' Aflaki concludes: 'In order to make renewable technologies more competitive on a cost basis, we must have a more comprehensive notion of the cost of renewables.
the UK's emissions tonnes of equivalent 1990 and Figures from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) reveal that in 2016 the UK produced 17.4 million tonnes of oil equivalent by using renewable energy sources.
Renewable energy sources are forward energetic sources of domestic origin, mainly the energy from water, bio-mass and geothermal energy with the minimum environmental impacts.
We either pool all the resources to exploit the potential we have or forget about meeting the national and global goals of switching to renewable energy sources.
It is imperative to note that Turkmenistan attaches great importance to the development of renewable energy sources. The country has convenient conditions for the use of solar and wind energy.
It should prevent, in particular, the operators of regional distribution networks and the regulatory authority, the Regulatory Office for Network Industries (aSRSO), from interfering with non-systemic and problematic measures, SAPI opines."We believe that the revision will lead to a fundamental change in the further development of renewable energy sources, especially photovoltaics," Jan Karaba of SAPI told The Slovak Spectator.
"The law also provides for the issues of technical regulation, standardization, conformity assessment and requirements for the use of renewable energy sources," the Senate added.
More generally, renewable energy sources also cover wind power, solar power (thermal, photovoltaic and concentrated), hydro power, tidal power, geothermal energy, ambient heat captured by heat pumps, and the renewable part of waste.
Transition process encourages use of renewable energy sources which all countries of the region must work on together, because it is not possible to implement project of use of renewable energy sources only in area of one country.
KMBL and Allied Solar will also initiate a social awareness campaign to educate the users about the benefits of shifting to renewable energy sources. The products being offered will be from the international brand d.light, the global leader in providing quality off grid solar products, to ensure sustainability.'
Lawmakers on Friday voted into a law with an overwhelming majority, a harmonising bill over the quality of petrol and diesel on the market aimed to promote energy from renewable energy sources.
the UK's emissions reduced tonnes of equivalent 1990 and Figures from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) reveal that in 2016 the UK produced 17.4 million tonnes of oil equivalent by using renewable energy sources.

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