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renewables

pl n
(General Engineering) sources of alternative energy, such as wind and wave power
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This agreement was to continue in operation four years, and to be renewable for a similar term, unless some unforeseen contingency should render a modification necessary.
Rachael should charge herself with your maintenance and support (I beg you won't distress yourself), you are in a position to receive the renewal of an offer which I was instructed to make to Miss Barbary some two years ago and which, though rejected then, was understood to be renewable under the lamentable circumstances that have since occurred.
Renewable Energy Prospects Germany finds Germany has the potential to further increase the amount of renewable power sourced from solar photovoltaics and wind and achieve significantly higher shares of renewables in the end-use sectors.
8 Norway, Major Policies and Market Instruments Supporting Renewables 27
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.
It was also informed by Mr Pradhan that renewable purchase obligation makes it mandatory for all the power distribution companies to purchase a minimum percentage of power generated through renewables.
Lower Your Bills While Conserving Energy and Tapping into Renewables
Strong says that Reagan's policy of slashing funding for renewables cut the industry off at its knees.