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renewable energy

noun as in energy from undepletable source

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It was a flying laboratory, full of groundbreaking technologies that made it possible to produce renewable energy, store it and use it when necessary in the most efficient manner.

The campus over the past decade has invested in renewable energy, reduced food waste and shared plans to achieve carbon neutrality by 2030.

“Green” pipelines still transport fossil fuelsTC Energy has vowed to purchase renewable energy either directly or as renewable energy credits to offset the energy required to power the pipeline.

For example, in the past month, independent media agency Mediassociates teamed with creative agency Mojo Supermarket to land a renewable energy company that’s about to launch.

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Dominion argued it needed the money to modernize the electric grid and make record investments in renewable energy.

The total cost of the so-called Competitive Renewable Energy Zones: $7 billion.

That means that financial innovation is now as important to scaling up renewable energy as engineering innovation.

Braley touted his bipartisan record in Washington on legislation to promote renewable energy and help veterans.

Solar Roadways says “a nationwide system could produce more clean renewable energy than a country uses as a whole.”

And it creates a training program for “Energy efficiency and renewable energy workers.”

This represented the first step towards widespread introduction of renewable energy sources into the Nation's economy.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to renewable energy, such as: geothermal power, hydroelectricity, renewable resource, solar energy, solar power, and wave power.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.