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renewables

pl n
(General Engineering) sources of alternative energy, such as wind and wave power
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Table 187: Falck Renewables SpA: key financials ($) 267
SEATTLE -- Imperium Renewables today announced it has resolved the final issue needed for full construction to begin on the construction of its biodiesel plant in Grays Harbor, Wash.
SEATTLE & VANCOUVER -- Finavera Renewables Limited (Finavera Renewables), a private Irish renewable energy company, with a growing presence in the US and Canada, is proud to announce the completion of a further significant step in developing the United States' first commercial wave energy power plant.
Table 76: Falck Renewables SpA: key financials ($) 114
Rivertop Renewables Raises Finance from Cargill, First Green Partners and Existing Investors
The City Council should resolve to increase the city's use of renewables by 1 percent a year or more, until it meets, matches or exceeds the state's renewable standard of 20 percent.
Despite these nods to renewables, though, environmentalists are upset about the bill's other proposed provisions, including more than $14 billion in tax incentives and subsidies for coal production, oil development and other environmentally harmfull industries.
We think the government needs to move very quickly if they're going to meet their commitment to bring over 27,000 megawatts of new renewables by 2010," says Boileau, including 13,500 megawatts by 2007.
Lower Your Bills While Conserving Energy and Tapping into Renewables
Toyota Motor Sales also committed to using a mix of renewables - including wind, solar and geothermal - to power its Torrance and Irvine headquarters.
In 2006, about 18% of global final energy consumption came from renewables, with 13% coming from traditional biomass, like wood-burning.