nonenergy

nonenergy

(ˌnɒnˈɛnədʒɪ)
adj
not related to energy or the energy industry
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The longer whiskers outside of the green boxes show that energy firms have more extreme investment changes both on the upside and downside--larger increases and larger decreases--compared with nonenergy firms.
Wherein, solvent extraction is one of the nonenergy intensive mass transfer processes and is widely used to separate and recycle valuable elements from complex matrix for its high selectivity and recovery.
This allows for better accounting of energy costs, as some nonenergy related inputs are removed.
Our view is that the strategic importance of a US domestic commercial nuclear energy industry, serving domestic and international markets, and its relations to supply chains serving US nonenergy markets and foreign markets, needs to be actively debated among US policy-makers.
A large chunk of the funds was diverted to nonenergy projects.
Committing public lands to energy production for so long whether or not they actually produce oil or gas means that public use of these lands for nonenergy purposes could be affected for years.
We use a two-stage budgeting approach in which total expenditures are allocated to energy and nonenergy consumption in the first stage.
It is worth noting that the ways in which EPC ratings affect house prices may be varied, for example homes with a good EPC rating may be of a higher quality with better fixtures and fittings, they may also receive nonenergy rated benefits for example double glazing may provide improvements in home security and reductions in noise pollution.
* Best practices from codes and standards in energy and nonenergy industries
As per the recent trend, moderation in inflation is broadbased with food and nonfood inflations receding, both the measures of core inflation, NonFood NonEnergy and TrimMean, are also recording decline.
And he said: "Many of the other nonenergy costs that we don't control but make up a customer's bill have increased and are set to increase further."