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  • adj. Not of or pertaining to energy.


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non- +‎ energy


  • A "nonenergy" use for oil: the manufacture of solar shingles.

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  • However, the IPCC includes "nonenergy" fossil fuel emissions in this figure.

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  • Higher oil prices lead to higher energy costs, which can crimp consumer spending on nonenergy items.

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  • Molycorp was among a group of nonenergy assets that the oil company was eager to dispose of after its $18 billion acquisition of Union Oil Company of California, or Unocal, in 2005.

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  • While energy prices are dropping, nonenergy, or core prices, are rising.

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  • Aabar, listed on the Abu Dhabi bourse, is majority owned by Abu Dhabi government firm International Petroleum Investment Co. and makes nonenergy investments for the company.

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  • Aabar, the nonenergy investment arm of Abu Dhabi sovereign wealth fund IPIC, wasn't immediately reachable to comment Thursday.

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  • There have been other nonenergy steel cases as well, involving some steel grating products.

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  • Among Rachlin's few nonenergy plays is Cedar Fair, whose 11 amusement parks should be able to deliver $350 million in net this year before interest, taxes, depreciation and a nonrecurring item.

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  • Surplus energy available from fuel is measured by its energy return on investment (EROI) and represents the energy available to produce nonenergy goods and services.

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