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Industrial Energy Efficiency

Industrial Energy Efficiency

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This report focuses on energy use in industry, and how government policy can affect it. Trends and patterns in industrial energy use are reviewed, energy-efficient industrial equipment and practices are described, and the factors that influence corporate investment in efficient technologies are explored. Lastly, past Federal efforts to improve industrial energy efficiency are reviewed, and policy options for encouraging the further development and adoption of efficient industrial technologies are discussed.
This report focuses on energy use in industry, and how government policy can affect it. Trends and patterns in industrial energy use are reviewed, energy-efficient industrial equipment and practices are described, and the factors that influence corporate investment in efficient technologies are explored. Lastly, past Federal efforts to improve industrial energy efficiency are reviewed, and policy options for encouraging the further development and adoption of efficient industrial technologies are discussed.

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Published by: Chris Nash on Jul 26, 2008
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 Industrial Energy Efficiency
August 1993
OTA-E-560NTIS order #PB93-218931GPO stock #052-003-01336-3
 
Recommended Citation:
U.S. Congress, Office of Technology Assessment,
 Industrial Energy Efficiency,
OTA-E-560
(Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, August 1993).
 
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his report was prepared as part of the ongoing OTA assessment, U.S. EnergyEfficiency: Past Trends and Future Opportunities, carried out in response to
requests from the Senate Committees on Governmental Affairs and on Energy andNatural Resources; the House Committee on Energy and Commerce; and endorsed
by the Subcommittee on Environment, Energy, and Natural Resources of the HouseCommittee on Government Operations and by the chairman of the Subcommittee on
Environment of the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. Other reports
in this assessment examine energy use in the Federal Government, residential and
commercial buildings, transportation, and the role of utilities in energy efficiency.This report focuses on energy use in industry, and how government policy can affectit. Trends and patterns in industrial energy use are reviewed, energy-efficient industrial
equipment and practices are described, and the factors that influence corporate investment
in efficient technologies are explored. Lastly, past Federal efforts to improve industrial
energy efficiency are reviewed, and policy options for encouraging the further developmentand adoption of efficient industrial technologies are discussed.
OTA benefited greatly from the substantial assistance received from many organiza-tions and individuals in the course of this study. Members of the advisory panel provided
helpful guidance and advice. Reviewers of the draft report contributed greatly to its
accuracy and completeness. OTA and the project staff sincerely appreciate their time and
effort.
Roger C. Herdman,
Director
. . .
Ill

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