Energy Definition

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1. .. Using energy efficient electrical appliances reduces ... the monthly electric bill. 1
2. " said Kohler. "In 2000, we showed that single DNA bases can dissipate UV energy in less than one picosecond. 1
3. " said Kohler. "In 2000(Sentence dictionary), we showed that single DNA bases can dissipate UV energy in less than one picosecond. 1
4. "A lot of the smaller companies are coming up to commercialize and, if you want to make a dent in the energy space, you have a huge amount of capital needs, " Molnar said in an interview. 1
5. "Amber" energy, corresponding to the human body "round belly", which is a " pubes " position to help raise the temperature of energy, so that the more powerful of the pubes . 2
6. "Businesses were able to tick over last year but funding is still an issue, " Ronan O'Regan , director of energy and utilities at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP in London. 1
7. "Charting a path toward clean coal is essential to achieving our goals of providing clean energy, creating American jobs and reducing greenhouse gas emissions, " said U.S. energy Secretary Steven Chu. 2
8. "Gabby scored a good goal and he showed the ability he has and the pace and energy he has, " said the United skipper. 1
9. "Growth of energy consumption around the world will keep this sector strong, " says Laurence Shatkin, coauthor of 150 Best Recession-Proof Jobs. 1
10. "Heat recovery is so critical, " says Patrick Jackson, energy manager at Corning Inc. , a leading glassmaker . "It is a game changer. 1
11. "I've seen the future and it comprises these tip-top, energy-busting traffic lights, " said Johnson. 0
12. "If this technology is commercialised, we can save up to 450 million yuan (US$60 million) per year in energy costs used to produce industrial phytase enzyme additives, " Chen adds. 1
13. "It is absolutely critical that the government sells this very effectively," said Tony Wood, director of the energy program at the Grattan Institute, a policy think tank. 1
14. "It's an indication of the global warming process, like the opening of the Arctic waters for shipping this summer, " says Vladimir Tchouprov, Greenpeace Russia's energy unit head. 1
15. "People can't just continue to go on as if the expansion of nuclear energy around the world is the correct and only plan, " Sigmar Gabriel, leader of the Social Democratic Party, said. 1
16. "Reopening domestic production is an important part of a globalised supply chain, " David Sandalow, the energy department's assistant secretary for international affairs told a seminar in Washington. 1
17. "The 60-watt lamp is the most-sold bulb in America, " said James R. Brodrick, the manager for solid-state lighting at the energy Department. 1
18. "The agreement will strengthen our partnership with CNPC in developing cleaner energy to meet China's growing needs," said Malcolm Brinded, Shell's executive director of international upstream. 1
19. "The dollar case has always been there but it is only now that it has become sexy to seek the green outcomes," Paul Bannister, managing director of energy solutions firm Exergy, Australia. 1
20. "The energy shield failed, " Qui-Gon said. "And the armor plating peeled off. 1
21. "The intellectual energy of a city depends on livability," he says. 1
22. "The outer disk actually absorbs some of that energy, and essentially begins to evaporate, " Nielson said. 1
23. "The problem is you build a gas plant for 40 years. That's a long bridge, " said James Rogers, CEO of Duke energy, one of the nation's largest power companies. 1
24. "The risks from nuclear energy remain unchanged; there were always risks, " said Stephen Tindale, a British environmentalist. 1
25. "The same energy of character which renders a man a daring villain would have rendered him useful to society, had that society been well organized" (Mary Wollstonecraft). 1
26. "There are many small islands of success, but they need to go to scale," said Minoru Takada, chief of the United Nations Development Program's sustainable energy program. 1
27. "There's a window of opportunity where geothermal can play a part in our energy future, and we risk missing it, " says David Blackwell, a geophysicist at Southern Methodist University. 1
28. "Thermoelectricity can produce electric energy from a difference in temperature. There has to be a temperature gap in a conductor or semi-conductor material". 1
29. "These incentives will finally make clean energy the profitable kind of energy, " he said. 2
30. "They're all around you, " says Karl Gschneidner, a senior metallurgist with the Department of Energy's Ames Laboratory in Ames, Iowa, who has studied rare earth elements for more than 50 years. 0
 

Energy

[ˈenərjē]

NOUN

energies (plural noun)

  - the strength and vitality required for sustained physical or mental activity.

  - power derived from the utilization of physical or chemical resources, especially to provide light and heat or to work machines.

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