EnerNOC proudly keeps a running ticker of carbon emissions saved through its reduction and efficiency work with customers.
It is a small agency; there are no efficiency gains to be realized by making it another bureau within Commerce.
efficiency was always at a premium, and friction was always to be avoided.
Once informed about the risks and efficiency of various methods, 75 percent of study participants chose IUDs or implants.
Here are the words she chose to omit from her op-ed: wind, solar, biomass, geothermal, efficiency, smart grid, and fuel economy.
efficiency runs to the extent of lifting the ideals of a service above every personal interest.
efficiency there under our corrupt system is, I fear, hopeless.
For some time he avoided foolish extravagance and insisted upon order and efficiency in the various departments.
You cannot make economy a crime, progress a misdemeanour, or efficiency a felony!
In a word, this is the finest, most capable, handsomest small camera you ever saw—a marvel of compactness and efficiency.
efficiency ef·fi·cien·cy (ĭ-fĭsh'ən-sē)
The production of the desired effects or results with minimum waste of time, effort, or skill.
A measure of effectiveness; specifically, the useful work output divided by the energy input in any system.