nonfossil

nonfossil

(ˌnɒnˈfɒsəl)
adj
(Environmental Science) ecology not related to or derived from fossil fuel
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(1) Yet, despite technological advances (2) and powerful movements for energy transition, the development of green energy has been slow and studies have shown that for the most part nonfossil fuel energy sources have been added to the "energy mix" only incrementally and on top of a net expansion in the consumption of fossil fuels (York 2012; York and McGee 2017).
Note: EIA uses the term "biogenic" to refer only to organic nonfossil material of biological origin.
And being Ecotricity customers (guaranteed wind-generated electricity) and Scotland gets two thirds of its electricity from wind power (in which it leads the world) and other nonfossil fuel sources, we can justifiably claim to have travelled without any pollution whatsoever.
Poly lactic acid (PLA) is an important bio-based and biodegradable polymer of high tensile strength and modulus, which now can be found in various industrial items, and is produced from nonfossil renewable resources by fermentation of polysaccharide [1].
Meanwhile, the proportion of coal consumption is 62%, that is, higher than global average level of 30.1%, and the share of nonfossil energy is only 13.5%.
Therefore, for the whole region, especially in Hebei and Tianjin, it must always adhere to the cleanness use of fossil energy and developing the policies to combine the nonfossil energy.
Photovoltaic (PV) systems represent a solution for the problem of low carbon, nonfossil fuel used to generate electricity.
Biogas is a nonfossil, colorless, combustible gas containing about 40-70% methane.
The sawmills in this study all had different mixes of fuels used on-site for lumber manufacturing, which we categorize as either nonrenewable (generated from fossil fuels or nuclear reaction) or renewable (generated from nonfossil and nonnuclear sources).
"Although use of natural gas and petroleum have increased in recent years, the decline in coal consumption and increase in nonfossil fuel consumption have lowered U.S.
The chief negotiator reiterated China's goals in its own action plan, called "Intended Nationally Determined Contribution" (INDC): cutting its carbon emissions per unit of GDP by 60-65 percent from 2005 levels by 2030, increasing nonfossil fuel sources in primary energy consumption to about 20 percent and peaking its carbon emissions by the same date.