Evaluating your energy 'payback'

June 2013
Wallaces Farmer;Jun2013, Vol. 138 Issue 6, p39
Trade Publication
The article focuses on some of the considerations in using the simple payback method to account continued energy savings which include the need for a farmer to know the equipment's useful life.


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