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- a hydrous compound
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- A combining form from Gr. �, �, water (see hydra).
- A combining form of hydrogen, indicating hydrogen as an ingredient
The investigation will cover solar-, hydro- and wind-energy products and equipment, and programs in states including New Jersey, California, Ohio, Massachusetts and Washington, the ministry said.
It has been a 200-year diversion from solar, wind, hydro- and bio-power, beneficial in its time, but now a dead-end addiction.
Pöyry has been active in the hydro- and thermal power market in Sri Lanka since 1980.
It took her eight years to create her hydro- and solar-powered Luna Lodge.
Ahmadinejad arrived in Venezuela yesterday to kick off a four-nation tour to push investment projects such as a hydro- electric power plant in Ecuador.
Solar projects accounted for 60 percent of the projects, while hydro- electric plants were 75 percent of new capacity.