fossil energy


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fossil energy

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(Biochemistry) heat energy released by burning fossil fuel
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The audit released Tuesday found that the Office of Fossil Energy reimbursed Summit for more than $38 million in expenditures without requiring or reviewing documentation to show the charges were allowable and necessary for the project.
Definition of "thankless": the fossil energy office serving a president who campaigned to bankrupt the coal industry.
Due to the lack of a meaningful competition, fossil energy enjoys a monopolistic market position, i.
In announcing the appointment of Gant and another staff member, Acting Assistant Secretary for Fossil Energy Christopher Smith said the department was "fortunate to have attracted such qualified people with relevant industry and technical experience.
He added that energy, particularly fossil energy, is the most important economic factor in the world which plays a determining role in the regulation of market and even in strategic and international policymaking.
Fossil Energy and Mineral Reserves and Resources (UNFC) of 2009 for nuclear
The need for a sustainable development approach in the Sahara, in anticipation of the running out of fossil energy resources, is behind the will to resort to clean and sustainable alternative resources," said organizers of an international conference on solar energy and development of Saharan agriculture.
Department of Energy (DOE) budget proposal also calls for cuts of 41 percent--or almost $70 million--to the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, 45 percent--or $418 million--to the Office of Fossil Energy,
As conventional fuel prices rise and solar power falls, generation costs may reach parity in as little as five years for some fossil energy sources.
2] emissions are particularly harmful for the countries having only fossil energy resources as, for example, Estonia.
14-fold over the existed fossil energy stations' total production which was enough for 100 years.
With these alternative sources coming mostly as electricity, at four times the investment in fossil energy, it is essential for priority to be given to an overall reduction in energy, by redeveloping all energy-using systems for minimum consumption.