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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.
See also: resource
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The handling fee of the entrusted loan shall be settled by Renewable Resource Company to ICBC Xuanwu Branch by year.
Other potential renewable resources include solar, geothermal and biogas energy.
Succinic Acid: Synthesis of Biobased Polymers from Renewable Resources
Avista is subject to Washington state renewable energy portfolio standards (RPS) and must obtain a portion of its electricity from qualifying renewable resources or through purchase of renewable energy credits.
Green Power EMC has been successfully generating electricity from renewable resources such as landfill gas for nearly two years.
The Renewables Issues Forum will consist of three panel discussions, each comprising a unique set of industry experts: (1) Policy considerations related to a 33% renewables mandate, (2) technology and market solutions for reliable grid operations, and (3) planning opportunities and challenges associated with renewable resources.
The Renewable Corporation (TRC) provides products, services and technologies using renewable resources and alternative energy solutions.
Emerging renewable (resource) technology" is defined as a renewable resource technology located in California that uses photovoltaic technology, or is determined by the Energy Commmission "to be emerging from research and development and to have significant commercial potential.
It presents an opportunity to leverage existing infrastructure and proven generating technologies to increase the contribution of renewable resources while enhancing safety and system reliability," said SCE Vice President Stuart Hemphill, who is in charge of renewable and alternative power.
Subsequently, MBI upgraded those technologies and developed integrated processes for fermentation, separation, purification and recovery of chemical feedstocks from renewable resources.
BPA originally selected Trans-Pacific to help develop renewable resources in the Northwest in 1991.
VUTEk BioVu from EFI is the first solvent-based ink made from a renewable resource (derived from corn), and the only ink recognized by the U.

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