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any natural resource (as wood or solar energy) that can be replenished naturally with the passage of time

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Pursuant to the Entrusted Loan Agreement, the Company shall entrust ICBC Xuanwu Branch to act as the lending agent to provide entrusted loan to Renewable Resource Company.
We hear from our ratepayers that this is what they want," said spokesman Bob Mieger about EPUD's foray into low-cost renewable resources.
In the filing, SDG&E also said it wants to issue a second Request for Offers for more renewable resources within San Diego County.
Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization (ATRP) for Production of Polymers from Renewable Resources 221
Avista will continue to evaluate the most cost effective options for future renewable resource acquisitions.
exceeding RMB150 million to Renewable Resource Company in aggregate.
Service Agreement Signed with Pennsylvania Renewable Resources Associates
That is enough electricity to supply more than 4,000 homes for an entire year from a renewable resource," said Whiteside.
Surfactants from Renewable Resources - presents the latest research and commercial applications in the emerging field of sustainable surfactant chemistry, with emphasis on production technology, surface chemical properties, biodegradability, ecotoxicity, market trends, economic viability and life-cycle analysis.
But, unless operational issues are taken into account and critical infrastructure is permitted, it will be much harder for California to reach its renewable resource objectives.
Cosan SA, the world's largest sugarcane processor and ethanol producer, is RCC's renewable resource provider and joint venture projects partner.
Existing renewable resource facilities are defined as those in operation (generating electricity for sale) in California prior to September 23, 1996, the date AB 1890 became law.
The program would focus on better integrating existing renewable resource technologies, such as wind and solar, with a view toward optimizing the operations of existing transmission and distribution capacity.
The Institute's expertise in this area dates back to 1987, when MBI in-licensed renewable resource technologies from one of the world's largest agricultural food processors.
Geothermal energy, a renewable resource with highly positive environmental qualities, has the potential to make major contributions to the growing demand for electricity in the Northwest," according to George Darr, BPA Geothermal Program Manager.
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