RUE

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AcronymDefinition
RUERue (US Postal service standard street suffix)
RUERosUkrEnergo (Russian-Ukrainian Energy; power conglomerate based in Switzerland)
RUERational Use of Energy (EU)
RUERadiation Use Efficiency
RUERight Upper Extremity (also seen as RUX)
RUEResumed Undergraduate Education (Brown University; Providence, RI)
RUEResource Utilization Explorer (open source software)
RUERiise Underwater Engineering AS (Norway)
RUERight of Use and Easement
RUEReciprocal Unit Exchange
RUERamp-Up Exercise
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During the meeting, the sides also discussed the possibilities of cooperation in such areas as the use of new technologies in the oil and gas sector, the rational use of energy and the use of renewable energy sources.
Its objectives are to exchange experiences and results in the use of technologies that use renewable sources of energy, efficiency and rational use of energy, energy management, mitigation and adaptation to climate change, air pollution and pollution.
"The move supports SEWA's sustainable development strategy and its efforts to implement the rational use of energy and water, spread awareness on saving the environment, and conserve resources for generations to come," concluded Al Leem.
He says the rational use of energy also means there is not a single application for the use of a device.
The move supports Dewa's sustainable development strategy and its efforts to implement the rational use of energy and water, spread awareness on saving the environment, and conserve resources for generations to come.
DIES 2030, in turn, is aligned with the UAE Vision 2021, in terms of energy and sustainability - specifically rational use of energy and water, promoting air quality, encouraging conversion of waste to energy, clean and renewable energy, water security, sustainable transport and rational fuel use.
LCA of ships should include not only environmental impacts but should also include rational use of construction and outfitting materials, rational use of energy in all stages and phases of ship design, construction, outfitting, operation, maintenance, repair and finally ship scrapping.
If the law on the rational use of energy is revised, about 50 percent of operators in the commercial sector that are using energy equivalent to more than 1,500 kiloliters of crude oil annually will be required to report CO2 emissions to the government, up from the current 10 percent, the officials said.
A second loan of euro 110 million will support investment promoted by public and private investors in the fields of infrastructure, environmental protection and improvement, rational use of energy, health and education with the focus on economic development of less-favoured regions in Austria and other EU member states.
Mr Brown assured MPs that the reduction, decided upon after talks with business leaders and environmentalists, would not affect the impact of the tax, which seeks to encourage the rational use of energy and thus combat global warming, in keeping with the Kyoto Protocol commitments.
World Energy Day includes a series of activities to raise awareness of the importance of conservation and rational use of energy and to promote the sustainability of energy.
Khawla Al Muhairi, VP Marketing and Corporate Communication at Dewa, said: "The campaign reflects Dewa's commitment to its social responsibility in raising awareness on the rational use of energy resources through spreading environmental-friendly concepts and practices."