energy budget


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energy budget

the input and expenditure of energy to and from a biological system usually expressed as CONSUMPTION = PRODUCTION + RESPIRATION + WASTE MATERIAL.
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Colette Watts, of Core Facility Services, said: "Strategic energy purchasing is one of the most effective ways to bring down an organisation's energy budget, particularly for businesses in the manufacturing sector which have a big demand for power."
Additionally, we were able to allocate the energy budget to each IoT state (PSM, DRX, Synch,etc.).
As the automotive industry is transitioning to autonomous vehicles, a network of computers is needed to drive these vehicles efficiently on a limited energy budget. While these AI systems are trained offline, they need to process the sensor data in real-time in the vehicle.
Whether by immersion in the world of assistive technologies or the playful confrontation with your own energy budget in the context of this roadshow you also have the opportunity to exchange information with people with different disabilities in the course of this station operation.
In 1958, Herbert Riehl and Joanne (Malkus) Simpson postulated the existence of similar updrafts (i.e., "hot towers") as a mechanism to close the energy budget for the tropical atmosphere.
UDN reports that the plans also include a natural gas-fired power plant as a means of 'self-sufficient power generation.' It is also anticipated that the plant will create energy in excess of the facility's total need, and will therefore also add to the total energy budget of the local region.
In the first eight months following the installation, University Towers realized electricity savings of greater than 10 percent of the total energy budget, a utility company cash rebate of 18 percent of the system cost equaling $16,200 and a verified ROI of 20 months.
In my recently published book 'The Energy Budget', I referred to global warming as the "biggest failure of the human race".
The Earth has what's called an "energy budget," or the balance of incoming and outgoing radiation all of which has to pass through the atmosphere and the clouds that take up space there.
Berbari, who is the author of 'The Energy Budget', which lays out a self-financing long-term solution to tackle climate change, added that municipal officials, government entities, the private sector, and individuals around the world must work together for a greener future.
The exceptionally stormy period last December that brought storms Desmond, Eva and Frank to the mainland added thousands of megawatts of low carbon electricity to the energy budget.
Eyes and the brain tissue needed for vision demand about 15 percent of the energy budget of a young Mexican fish, researchers say.