So it stings when liberal politicians who live far from the range push for things like renewable energy.
We know the country that harnesses the power of clean, renewable energy will lead the 21st century.
Giron has taken other positions that have provoked local ire, including her support for water rights and renewable energy.
Charles C. Mann, Wired It will be at least a hundred years until we can entirely covert to renewable energy.
What electricity we do use, we buy solely from renewable sources, which is a little more expensive.
renewable term-insurance premiums are lower than straight life insurance because in the former there is no cash surrender value.
In 1710 copyrights for books was given for 14 years, renewable for another 14 years.
From these renewable leases the society had an income of about 2,500l. yearly.
Mr. Tudor had the flat on a three years' agreement, renewable at his option for a further period of two years.
This was a lease for twenty-five years, renewable for a further term of similar duration.
Relating to a natural resource, such as solar energy, water, or wood, that is never used up or that can be replaced by new growth. Resources that are dependent on regrowth can sometimes be depleted beyond the point of renewability, as when the deforestation of land leads to desertification or when a commercially valuable species is harvested to extinction. Pollution can also make a renewable resource such as water unusable in a particular location. Compare nonrenewable.