• The law of conservation of energy means that solar heat which warms the earth has to go somewhere.

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  • In fact, running a marathon is about the conservation of energy.

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  • The law of the conservation of energy, so significant in science and philosophy, was formulated four times independently in 1847, by Joule, Thomson, Colding and Helmholz.

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  • Although, with plentiful oil and natural gas in the US, the pressure on energy conservation has eased a bit it is clear that there is a finite amount of accessible energy available and conservation of energy is important to preserve these assets for future generations.

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  • To emphasize the importance of energy conservation, Infineon Raceway had the solar panels installed so that they would be visible to the majority of fans attending events at the facility.

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  • "The emerging global view that CO2 emissions are a liability will assure an international competitive edge to Japanese technology related to energy conservation and the environment, which boasts top levels of energy efficiency, " Fukuda told the Japan National Press Club in early June.

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  • Before ending his day, the Secretary-General met with Wang Xiaokang, President of the China Energy Conservation and Environment Protection Group.

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  • "In terms of energy efficiency and conservation, just installing a smart meter isn't going to have much effect, " says Greg Guthridge, a smart-grid consultant with Accenture.

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  • He believes that conservation of natural resources coupled with alternative energy, such as nuclear, wind, solar, hydrogen, clean coal, biodiesel and biomass, will further help cut oil imports.


  • We funded and awarded more than 1, 800 of the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants that you conceived -- flexible products that reduce energy use, put people back to work and save taxpayers' money.

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  • Like the energy future that President Obama briefly described in his Oval Office address on Tuesday, the Chinese proposal calls for more reliance on renewable energy and greater emphasis on energy conservation, two drafters of the legislation said.

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  • Though Koomey can't specify to what extent the financial crisis and technological advancements are to blame, he insists, broadly speaking, that we're primarily seeing fallout from the economic slowdown -- a stay of execution, of sorts, for those of us rooting for energy conservation.

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  • Energy conservation, a shift to other fuels and a decline in the importance of heavy, energy-intensive industries have reduced oil consumption.

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  • Perhaps Carter's most ignominious contribution was his now often maligned fireside sweater-wearing speech extolling energy conservation, lamenting the national "malaise" and calling for the "moral equivalent of war" on energy.

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  • What about all those bureaucrats at the Department of Energy working on renewable energy and energy conservation?

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  • In a world of good economic growth, even with greater conservation, world energy demand grows by 75%.

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  • Clean renewables can meet at least 99% of our energy needs (especially when combined with conservation and efficiency measures to bring wasteful U.S. consumption down to levels of other first-world countries that use half as much energy per capita).

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  • In an effort to reduce its dependence on imported energy, Hawaii has set an aggressive goal of meeting 40 percent of its energy needs through renewable sources and employing conservation measures to reduce energy demand by 30 percent by 2030.

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  • Sigmar Gabriel, the Social Democratic environment minister, insists that energy conservation and renewables can make up for the loss of nuclear power.

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  • Because of this uncertainty, Energy Points analysis also factors in conservation.

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  • All I want to emphasize is, is that when you look at farm economies, right now obviously prices are good, but given the volatility of the world market, for us to be able to figure out how we can also use energy and conservation as an enhancement to the core business of feeding people, then I think that we can make enormous progress.

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  • The convention this year focused on the advancement of technologies related to renewable energy, information communication technology, water conservation and biomedical research.


  • As a former member of the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, she has notable credentials in energy issues, something very much on constituents' minds.

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