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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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Hawai'i BioEnergy was formed in spring of 2006 by three of Hawaii's largest landowners - Maui Land & Pineapple Company, Kamahameha Schools and Grove Farm - to identify and develop new sources of renewable energy for Hawaii.
Under the agreement, Advanced BioEnergy will own all of the Heartland partnership.
NFU president Peter Kendall said: "Although the report seems full of good intentions, it fails to lay solid groundwork for the developing UK bioenergy industry.
The Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA) is coordinating an initiative to support forestry bioenergy projects during the next three years, working with an advisory group of forest industry representatives.
Indeed, Kallio believes that any incentives generated by bioenergy schemes could well drive even greater increases in forest coverage as Europe benefits from higher self-sufficiency in energy, reduced climate change impacts and improved forest management, improving things like fire risk along the way.
Journal of Biobased Materials and Bioenergy" is targeted to scientists, engineers and biologists working in the fields of biobased materials and bioenergy.
A group of Hopkinton residents filed a petition with the town requesting it to stop BioEnergy from using the material.
President Clinton's 2001 budget includes a new initiative aimed at tripling the use of bio-based products and bioenergy by 2010.
We look forward to working with a strategic partner to manage our marketing needs," said Richard Peterson, chief executive officer of Advanced BioEnergy.
The focus of the research will be on testing the commercial and economic viability and the technical feasibility of various bioenergy applications and technologies for developing countries and develop effective solutions to improve energy access***The geographical focus of the research will be in DFID focus countries in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA).
ReSource BioEnergy, which is incorporated in New York and with operations in California and Jamaica, deploys best-in-class bioenergy solutions to help improve individual wellbeing, community resilience, and ecological health - all within a commercially viable business model that serves the triple bottom line - planet, people, profit.
Anne Rahikainen, RISI Director of Bioenergy Services, commented, "The North American bioenergy industry is a dynamic and forever changing sector, making it difficult for investors and executives to get a real-time grasp on what is happening.