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renewable resource

Any material that replenishes itself, grows naturally in the environment, or is constant, e.g., vegetable matter and wood, solar radiation, wave action, or wind.
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GMO Renewable Resources will operate under the name The Rohatyn Group.
It states on one of the twenty one pages of the injunction, at an August, 3rd meeting, Renewable Resources knew the contents of Advanced Disposal's bid, another company bidding for the project.
With strong solar resources and progressive government support, Oman has the potential to become a solar leader with successful collaboration from the private sector," explains Ameet Shah, co-chairman at Astonfield Renewable Resources.
We are hopeful that investment in generation fueled by renewable resources will prove beneficial to Westar Energy and our customers.
Mieger said EPUD's "lofty goal" is to one day have all its power from renewable resources - or at least to meet Gov.
In the filing, SDG&E also said it wants to issue a second Request for Offers for more renewable resources within San Diego County.
For example, some people might consider humans to be renewable resources, while others may argue that individuals cannot be replaced.
That flight of fancy remains science fiction, but investigators may have taken a small step toward realizing it with their recent development of an enzymatic method of transforming such renewable resources into hydrogen gas.
This book describes advances in synthesis, processing, and technology of environmentally friendly polymers generated from renewable resources.
Note that this solicitation does not cover, nor is NorthWestern at this time soliciting proposals for non-CREP renewable resources, unbundled renewable energy credits ( RECs ), or non-renewable resources.
This work collects papers from the 2007 and 2008 International Conference for Renewable Resources and Plant Biotechnology (sponsored by Germany's OHMI Consulting GmbH and Poland's Institute of Natural Fibers), describing research and issues connected with renewable plant resources used for non-food applications in areas such as fibers, pulp and paper, energy, and agro-fine chemicals (essential oils and phyto- hormones from oilseed used in nutritional supplements and medical products).
At the same time, the industry is still a vital part of the global economy, employing hundreds of thousands of people and providing an essential product by using renewable resources.

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