energy-efficient


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energy-efficient

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energy efficient

adj
using energy in an efficient manner
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energy-efficient

[ˌenədʒɪəˈfɪʃənt] ADJ [lightbulb, refrigerator] → de bajo consumo; [building, system, industry] → energéticamente eficiente
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With the advent of energy-efficient appliances, energy consumption in some parts of the world has already been reduced at the very least.
This means, a consumer can recover the cost of this energy-efficient ceiling fan in less than 2 years.
India, June 23 -- The operating cost of the energy-efficient motors is much lesser as compared to the standard motors due to the low energy cost and minimum carbon dioxide emission.
In 1992, EPA and DOE introduced ENERGY STAR as a voluntary labeling program designed to identify and promote energy-efficient products to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
She wanted the house to incorporate a variety of energy-efficient design principles and sustainable building practices.
Residential energy-efficient property purchases: EPA '05 Section 1335(a), adding Sec.
After having their home inspected and obtaining a green rating, they qualified for an energy-efficient mortgage (EEM), increasing the size of their loan by almost $9,000 to cover the costs of adding insulation, replacing windows and making various duct repairs.
Still, there's no question that districts benefit from the construction of energy-efficient schools (also known as high-performance or "green" schools).
Offering your customers an energy-efficient home that qualifies for an Energy Efficient Mortgage increases sales and profit margins.
According to CORE's 2001 annual report, the program has doled out $666,600 for projects including solar hot water panels for an affordable housing complex and an energy-efficient lighting plan for a local sports complex.
This effort is part of an industry-government initiative to produce leading technology for energy-efficient systems.

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