underexploit

underexploit

(ˌʌndərɪkˈsplɔɪt)
vb (tr)
to make insufficient use of
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Kenya has a greater potential for solar energy, geothermal, and wind power, which are currently underexploited.
The Nigerian authorities have been focusing their attention on underexploited industries as part of a drive to diversify the economy away from oil, and mining is one of them.
(operating in Colombia via its 100% owned subsidiary Carrao Energy S.A.) is a publicly-traded company with a portfolio of premier Colombian oil assets that are underexploited, underexplored and offer high potential growth.
The ready market for the fruit, he says, is underexploited as few farmers are reaping the benefits of growing strawberries.
With underexploited export potential, the external position would remain weak and the current account deficit financed mainly by non-FDI inflows.
But among many companies, data is an underexploited asset because businesses are facing a range of challenges, from skills shortages to navigating funding support, it said.
Data was said to be an "underexploited" asset because most companies faced challenges such as skills shortages.
Less than 40% of African households are connected to a national grid, representing a huge underexploited power market.
Tuna is underexploited here, so with the help of satellite images we can guide fishermen to particular locations where they will be able to catch more fishes.
Underexploited Spice Crops: Present Status, Agrotechnology, and Future Research Directions
NIGERIA has abundant cash crops which are underexploited across the country.
In 'emerging markets' of the erstwhile Third World, the middle-class story is different; here, the steady penetration of (multinational and local) companies and complicit state elites into previously underexploited areas of the economy give rise to opportunities for upward mobility for some on the lower ends of the social ladder.