Reducing energy wastage

Ellsworth, Rod
March 2011
Manufacturers' Monthly;Mar2011, p20
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the measures taken by many manufacturers to reduce their energy consumption in Australia. It points out that reduce energy wastage's objective should focus more on the energy consumption of a commodity. It clarifies that the energy bill down approach does not cover detailed energy consumption patterns of individual plant assets. It considers technology as the real opportunity in delivering cost savings.


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