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Net

The gain or loss on a security sale as measured by the selling price of a security less the adjusted cost of acquisition.

Net

Profit or loss on a transaction. For example, in the sale of an asset, one calculates the net by taking the sale price and subtracting the outlay for buying or producing the asset. If the net is positive, one has made a profit; if it is negative, one has suffered a loss.

net

1. For the closing transaction in a security, the difference between net proceeds from the sale and the total outlay for the purchase.
2. See net income.
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Net energy system could be described as the only system that depicts the energy that is actually available to the pig and this system has been demonstrated to provide a better prediction of pig performance (e.
Brazil, the only other nation with a major ethanol industry, produces ethanol from sugar cane, which has a net energy benefit six times as great as that of corn ethanol.
The plant, designed by NET Energy Group, has received planning consent from Caerphilly Borough Council and will be built at Capital Valley Eco Park near Rhymney.
The group says the figures represent physical net energy flows between Germany and its neighbors and don't necessarily equal the amount of power sold abroad.
Among the topics discussed are assessing the barriers to greener fiscal measures and ecology tax reform in the transport sector, some regional studies on production costs and net energy balance of liquid and gaseous biofuels, a Finnish national project on developing a business model for exploiting geothermal energy, Madrid as a case study for mitigating and adapting climate change policies at the local level, and community opposition and public engagement with wind energy in Britain.
ENERGY STATISTICS AND ENERGY INDICATORS, 2009 (1) Energy statistics Total primary energy production 1000 toe 1,607 Net energy imports 1000 toe 1,254 Net oil imports 1000 toe 1,015 Net natural gas imports 1000 toe 64 Gross inland energy consumption 1000 toe 2,791 Final energy consumption 1000 toe 1,652 Industry 1000 toe 422 Transport 1000 toe 432 Services and households etc.
In order to achieve the US greenhouse gas reduction goals and California Energy Commission (CEC) requirements it would be useful to comprehensively account for all issues in our analysis of zero net energy buildings including:
The topics include the basis and regulation of gut barrier function and epithelial cell protection and its application to the weaned pig, functional amino acids in swine nutrition and production, adjusting net energy in poultry diets, principles and applications of glucogenic nutrient feed evaluation for ruminants, and the nutritional manipulation of sub-acute ruminal acidosis in dairy cattle.
USDA's Office of Energy Policy and New Uses has issued a new report that surveyed corn growers for the year 2005 and ethanol plants for the year 2008, which indicates the net energy gain from converting corn to ethanol is growing and that ethanol production is becoming more efficient.
June 3 2010 - A researcher with the University of Manitoba is encouraging swine producers to consider adopting the net energy system for formulating swine rations.
The UK has the potential to transform from a net energy importer to a producer by 2050, the Offshore Valuation Group report found.