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alternative technology

Methods of using resources more efficiently and with less damage to the environment than orthodox technology.
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On a visit to the Centre for Alternative Technology in Machynlleth today, the Labour leader will hear about the practical solutions they recommend that government takes to reduce carbon emissions.
Information Technology Secretary Eliseo Rio said on Tuesday the agency would present an alternative technology provider to the Commission on Elections (Comelec) within the month as part of the preparations for the 2022 elections.
Proken argues that the mandatory requirement on experience with EPS technology and no other alternative technology bars other citizens, who are equally qualified and with better or equal alternative housing technologies, from participating in government jobs and tenders.
The centre, which was welcomed by the Japanese side, would be the first of its kind in the region, and provide an opportunity for air conditioning manufacturers to access alternative technology that would serve hot countries.
Summary: New Delhi (India), March 8 (ANI): Assessing the threat perception in the wake of Pulwama terror attack, Rajesh Ranjan DG, CISF said, Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) is already in place to ensure the safety of airspace around the airport from any intrusive drone devices till the time alternative technology is brought in place.
The growth of the market is driven by the emerging alternative technology trends, said a report by Research and Markets.
The RTSA has been renewed for the last time and GTR has begun its search for an alternative technology supplier that will replace Continental in seven years time.
In the hills of Wales, near Machynlleth, is the Centre of Alternative Technology.
Tharsus has signed a development partnership agreement with EnXray to produce a prototype of its alternative technology and subsequently deploy the commercial device across the medical technology sector.
Energy modellers at leading environmental charity the Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT) A say governments must pledge to reduce emissions further, and draw on their report Who's Getting Ready for Zero?
A BOOK, Voices from a disused quarry - an oral history of the Centre for Alternative Technology, is the culmination of a three-year oral history project involving over 150 local people, as well as the National Library of Wales, the Arts Council of Wales, The People's Collection of Wales and the University of Aberystwyth.
Figure 4 shows the energy savings, development status, and geographic applicability of each alternative technology.
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