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The significant decline in energy intensity reflects both improvements in energy efficiency and changes in the manufacturing output mix.
March 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Legrand announced the success of the company's first employee-driven Power Down Day with a total energy intensity reduction for the day at nearly 25 percent.
This paper aims to analyze the changes in eco-efficiency (final energy intensity and related pollution intensity) that took place in Lithuania after the collapse of Soviet Union up to the beginning of current world economy crisis and to examine implementation of NSSD goals.
Given that we import a large component of the commercial energy that we use, it is of vital importance that we redouble our efforts both to increase the domestic supply of energy and to reduce the energy intensity of our GDP," he added.
Asia-Pacific leaders representing more than half of the global economy committed Sunday to cutting tariffs on environmental goods to no more than five percent and reducing energy intensity.
The United States wants duties levied on green goods capped at five percent and member countries to reduce their energy intensity -- the amount of energy consumed per unit of GDP trade deal that could breathe life into moribund cast doubt on the ability of some APEC members to reach the "high benchmarks" set for the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP, New Zealand.
1 percent reduction in the energy intensity of its economy relative to 2005 levels, although overall emissions grew by 33.
Auto Business News-June 29, 2011--Volvo Truck decreases energy intensity at Dublin VA plant(C)1994-2011 ENPublishing - http://www.