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... the site of heat loss during winter from the buoyant warm air that rises. As a result, they will increase heating and cooling energy requirements, which exceeds the benefit of daylight energy consumption ...
... reduce water consumption and increase oxygen generation. Heat reclamation Devices are currently available that capture heat from residential and industrial greywater, through a process called drainwater ...
... and manufactured locally to the building site to minimize the energy embedded in their transportation.   Reduced Energy Use Green buildings often include measures to reduce energy use. To increase ...
... the people''s food requirements and/or energy requirements. Some composting toilets use electricity, and some electrical systems use fans to exhaust air and increase microbial activity. Others require ...
... reports of a lake in Hungary in which the temperature increased with depth. This effect was due to salts in the lake''s water, which created a "density gradient" that prevented convection currents. A prototype ...
... Since the mid-1990s, leadership in the PV sector has shifted from the US to Japan and Germany. Between 1992 and 1994 Japan increased R&D funding, established net metering guidelines, and introduced a subsidy ...
... higher temperatures than that of the surrounding environment. The higher temperatures are a result of increased absorption of the Solar light by urban materials such as asphalt and concrete, which have ...
... the position of a building to the Sun. Active solar technologies increase the supply of energy and are considered supply side technologies, while passive solar technologies reduce the need for alternate ...
... or by reduced consumption of energy services. Energy conservation may result in increase of financial capital, environmental value, national security, personal security, and human comfort. Individuals ...
Using improved aerodynamics to minimize drag can increase vehicle fuel efficiency. Reducing vehicle weight can significantly also improve fuel economy. More advanced tires, with decreased tire to road ...
... buildings with an east-west orientation to increase the number of south-facing windows minimizes energy use, by maximizing passive solar heating. Tight building design, including energy-efficient windows, ...
... extracting more heat, venting less heat externally. However the increased complexity results in more frequent breakdowns and much higher total servicing costs, and whether the end result is a gain is debated. ...
... power plants, and large institutions such as hospitals and universities -- generally increases efficiency, thereby reducing energy costs and greenhouse gas pollution simultaneously. The process is noted ...
... automatically, known as Single Stream. A 30% increase in recycling rates has been seen in the areas where these plants exist. Initially, the commingled recyclates are removed from the collection vehicle ...
... call externalities, unpriced costs and benefits which accrue to individuals outside of private transactions. Examples include: increased air pollution and greenhouse gases from incineration, reduced hazardous ...
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