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- n. Archaic form of efficiency.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality of being efficient or producing an effect or effects; efficient power; effectual agency.
- n. The ratio of useful work to energy expended.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as efficiency.
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The idea that energy efficiency alone has never led to a reduction in emissions implies emissions were in a state of stasis, and that energy efficience had no effect.
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How can we experiment to try to improve the efficience of wind power unless we develop it?
We should accept that Toyota is, with difference, the company with the highest budget (in proportition to incomes) to improve the efficience to build cars as well as waste treatment
We should accept that Toyota is, with difference, the company with the highest budget (in proportition to incomes) to improve the efficience to build cars as well as waste treatment Drag to Playlist
Cables are VERY well understood, and I think that you refer to impedance - pure resistance is NEVER a problem - why would it be, except in terms of efficience?
Charles later joined Energy Minister Marcelo Tokman to launch a promotional campaign for energy efficience, and visited the Chilean Joint Center for Peacekeeping Operations.
There is much work to do in the area of efficience, and sadly there are many real world solutions that we could implement today but simply won't.
The Conservatives were making efficiency savings and New Labour has apparently been making efficience savings every year they have been in power.
Turning the power on and off rapidly to transmit 1s and 0s, or modulating it in some other way wouldn't improve efficience it would make it worse.