energy-smart

energy-smart

adj
(General Physics) using electrical power in an efficient or economical way
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Energy-smart technologies available in the market conform with best environment practices for industries, as well as ensure energy-efficiency in government buildings.
The goal is to develop smart grids for better use of renewable energy sources and to develop energy-smart homes where residents can influence their energy consumption.
Proposing Energy-Smart Lifestyles through Cloud Storage Battery Systems and Other Technologies
YOUNG people are taking big steps to reduce their carbon footprint and help to make households more energy-smart.
AN energy management company in the region is rolling out a new 'energy-smart' project across council offices, schools and leisure centres in Wales.
SEE The Light gives residential property and maintenance managers the tools to transform inefficient practices into energy-smart habits and engages residents to report energy waste where they see it."
Asking them to take the extra few seconds or minutes every day to practice energy-smart behavior is an uphill battle.
The summit has become a must- attend event for anyone in the business of renewable energy, carbon capture or energy-smart technologies.
Customers signing up for the Energy-Smart service get monthly bills based on the meter readings they provide.
An accessible, energy-smart home will help maximize successful independent living for all family members.
The purpose is to help local organisations clue up on how to become energy-smart.
ENERGY RESOURCE-4 February 2009-Novelis Receives Funding for Development of Energy-Smart Aluminum Product(C)2009 JeraOne - http://www.jeraone.com