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Renewable

A renewable product can be grown or naturally replenished or cleansed at a rate that exceeds human depletion of the resource.
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Those taking flights to Iceland this week will also notice a strange light in the night sky - the LennonOno Imagine Peace Tower, which pierces the darkness with an extremely intense beam of renewably powered white light every night from the late John Lennon''s birthday on the 9th October each year to the anniversary of his assassination on the 8th December.
New Delhi, Dec 23 (ANI): DuPont has announced that it will launch DuPont(tm) Sorona(r) renewably sourced fiber in the Indian textile market addressing four principal segments; dynamic fit denim, permanent flex woven, easy stretch woven and ultra-soft knits.
In addition to advanced performance, the resin technology also offers the potential for improved sustainability in golf as up to 40 per cent of the core material's weight is from renewably sourced content.
President al-Assad voiced relief over the acceleration of communication between the governments of Syria and Ukraine, referring to the importance of laying down mechanisms of work as to guarantee the implementation of the reached agreements seeking to open new prospects for cooperation, especially in the field of agricultural technology, industry, and renewably energy.
The country hopes to supplement this revenue from exports of renewably sourced energy.
"In addition to the performance advantages recognized by the FTC, Sorona[R] is made in part from renewably sourced ingredients.
Unitek Education has expanded its Newark Boots on the Roof[R] renewably energy training facility at The Berger Organization's Robert Treat Center, 50 Park Place.
He explained: "When I was 18 I saw the Longley Farm turbine so I went to have a chat with the chap who looks after it and I got hooked on the idea that we should be generating energy renewably.
Speaking ahead of his appearance at Aston University's Green Growth conference, the Shropshire-born BMW sales and marketing director said governments needed to make sure electric cars lived up to their green credentials by running on renewably generated power.
In the two chapters, as he looks specifically at these areas, the author makes nine concrete policy recommendations, which include enacting a modest carbon tax on all fossil fuels and mandating that an increasing percentage of the US energy supply be produced renewably and sustainably, yet he remains aware that it will be very hard to move away from the dependence on fossil fuel and nuclear power.