energy efficiency

energy efficient UK US adjective (also energy-efficient) NATURAL RESOURCES, ENVIRONMENT
used to describe things that use only as much energy as is needed without wasting any: energy-efficient lighting/building/appliance »

The company has fitted energy-efficient lighting throughout the building.

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energy-efficient technology/system

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We need to become more energy efficient so that we don't generate power just to waste it.

energy efficiency noun [U]
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a drive to promote energy efficiency in the workplace


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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