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bioenergy

(1) Life energy, also known as chi (Chinese traditional medicine), prana (Ayurvedic medicine) and vital force (homeopathy).
(2) Bioenergetics, see there.
(3) Bioenergy healing, see there.

bioenergy,

n the energy of the body.
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16, 2017, please be informed that the said CDO is hereby lifted effective immediately," the letter signed by Jalandoni addressed to Roxol Bioenergy CEO Luis Villa-Abrille said.
One unique feature of bioenergy compared to other renewable energy technologies is how it can provide low-carbon transport fuels, electricity, and heat for industry and buildings.
28 January 2016 - Swedish energy and environmental technology group Opcon's Saxlund International Holding AB subsidiary has acquired 100% of the shares in Swedish bioenergy company Hotab Biosystem AB from parent Hotab Bio Energy AB, the group said.
In a disclosure to the Philippine Stock Exchange, Roxas Holdings said RPBC acquired the San Carlos Bioenergy shares from the Zabaleta Group.
A randomized, placebo-controlled trial of Baby Boomers complaining of persistent fatigue showed that Bioenergy Ribose reinvigorated subjects, providing them with new energy and greater exercise tolerance.
Founded in 2006, Hawai`i BioEnergy is a consortium of three of Hawaii's largest landowners and three venture capital companies who plan to use locally grown feedstocks to produce biofuels.
The agency highlights the need to develop new policies that take account of the potentially negative impacts of large-scale use of bioenergy on water resources and the biodiversity of farmland.
The Bioenergy Association of California was founded by companies and groups interested in promoting bioenergy generation from organic waste in California, including the American Biogas Council, Biogas Equity2, the California Association of Sanitation Agencies, California Bioenergy, CleanWorld, Harvest Power, CR&R, Phoenix Energy, MT-Energie USA, Placer County Air Pollution Control District, The Prasino Group, The Climate Trust, TSS Consultants, Waste Management and West Biofuels.
Vogel, a plant geneticist and research leader of the ARS Grain, Forage and Bioenergy Research Unit in Lincoln, Neb.
Bioenergy has been put forward as one potential solution to energy security needs, problems of energy access and to climate change, but over recent years concerns have arisen regarding the actual environmental, social and economic viability of bioenergy developments.
The new BioEnergy ProTM mobile app has been created to change this dynamic, making it easier for these two groups to find each other and fill the information void.
The Princess Royal visited the a new bioenergy plant being trialled by Aston University experts at Harper Adams University College in Shropshire.