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energy derived from biofuel.
fuel, as wood or ethanol, derived from biomass.
a person or thing that consumes.
a physical transformation from one material or state to another:
conversion of coal, water, and air into nylon.
of or relating to the internal heat of the earth.
to bring under conditions for effective use; gain control over for a particular end:
to harness water power; to harness the energy of the sun.
relating to, or furnishing water, water power, or hydroelectricity.
Marine energy uses the movement of ocean tides, currents, or waves to produce electricity.
any naturally occurring, theoretically inexhaustible source of energy, as biomass, solar, wind, tidal, wave, and hydroelectric power, that is not derived from fossil or nuclear fuel.
manufacturing or providing solar power:
the solar industry.
the act of storing; state or fact of being stored
pertaining to a system that maintains its own viability by using techniques that allow for continual reuse.
the application of this knowledge for practical ends
power derived from wind: used to generate electricity or mechanical power.