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Antonyms for renewable

that can be renewed or extended

capable of being renewed

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Table 189: Falck Renewables SpA: key financial ratios 267
Had the process gone on its normal time frame it would have prevented Imperium Renewables from constructing their facility.
Alla Weinstein, CEO AquaEnergy and the first President of the European Ocean Energy Association, said, "The successful installation of the proposed offshore energy power plant will herald the beginning of a new renewable energy industry sector, bringing ocean energy one step closer towards generation of clean, competitively priced electricity to commercial and residential consumers in Washington State and other coastal U.
Table 78: Falck Renewables SpA: key financial ratios 114
Towards a Green Chemical Industry: Tremendous Growth Opportunities for Renewable Chemicals
For years, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power has invested in dirty power plants even as it espouses a commitment to renewable energy.
But as pressure to diversify the country's energy palette mounts as a result of tensions in the Middle East and elsewhere, even the Republicans in control of the White House and Congress are looking to help consumers jump on the renewable energy bandwagon.
Marie, says the government is going to have to act quickly if it plans on bringing in new sources of renewable energy faster than what the Conservatives were calling for.
If you're willing to put solar panels on your roof or a hybrid car in your driveway, you may be eligible for tax incentives and rebates on renewable sources of energy and related technologies.
Power sources considered renewable include wind, solar, geothermal, biomass (electricity produced by burning garbage) and small hydroelectric plants (which don't significantly affect wildlife and water).
Renewable energy technologies range from solar power, wind power, hydroelectricity/micro hydro, biomass and biofuels for transportation.
Strong says that Reagan's policy of slashing funding for renewables cut the industry off at its knees.
I am super excited to have such a world class group of new investors, as well as a prominent alternative energy bank such as Societe Generale to help us grow today and well into the future," said Martin Tobias, CEO and Chairman of Imperium Renewables.
Even through the global economic downturn, interest in the deployment of renewables remained.