different from what is usual or traditional
fuel produced from plant material
a type of oil made from a variety of rapeseed that can be used for cooking or as a biofuel
the amount of energy that a person or organization uses in order to exist or operate
not producing carbon emissions
to get information or advice from a person, book, etc. with special knowledge on a particular subject
the amount of something that someone uses, eats, or drinks
If you contest a formal statement, a claim, a judge's decision, or a legal case, you say formally that it is wrong or unfair and try to have it changed.
a company that is owned and managed by the people who work in it
the power that comes from electricity, gas, etc.
a substance that is burned to provide heat or power
electricity produced by the force of fast moving water such as rivers or waterfalls
(n.) damage caused to water, air, etc. by harmful substances or waste
(n.) when you make or grow something
(n.) where something comes from
(n.) a machine with long parts at the top that are turned by the wind, used to make electricity