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energy efficientadjective

uk   us   (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. energy-efficient ​technology/​system We need to become more ​energyefficient so that we don't ​generatepower just to ​waste it.
energy efficiency
noun [U]
a ​drive to ​promoteenergyefficiency in the ​workplace
(Definition of energy efficient from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “energy-efficient”
in Chinese (Simplified) 节省能源的, 能源利用效率高的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 節省能源的, 能源效能高的…
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