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  • Author:
    J. de Beer
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    Springer; 2000 edition (May 31, 2000)
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    254 pages
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It was around 1993 that I did a preliminary study to the potential for efficiency improvement in the long term.

However, it does give an exploration of limits to the efficiency of current processes and an indication of what might be achieved if new technologies can be developed. It was around 1993 that I did a preliminary study to the potential for efficiency improvement in the long term. Historical analysis had shown us that the short term potential stayed constant over the years. It seemed to be replenished by the introduction of new technologies.

The objective of this paper is to obtain an insight into the potential for energy efficiency improvements in the Netherlands for the period 1990-2000. Using a database containing information on improvement potential and details of the costs of more than 400 energy efficient technologies, we determine the technical, economic and profitable potential in six economic sectors: heavy and light industry, households, services, transport and agriculture.

It was around 1993 that I did a preliminary study to the potential for efficiency improvement in the long term.

April 14, 2010 History found in the . Published May 31, 2000 by Springer.

April 14, 2010 History found in the catalog. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. All the energy we use is ultimately to satisfy human needs.

042 21. Personal Name: Beer, Jeroen de. Publication, Distribution, et. Dordrecht ; Boston viii, 254 p. : ill. ;, 25 cm. Title: Eco-efficiency in industry and science ; v. 5. Bibliography, etc. Note

042 21. Dordrecht ; Boston. Kluwer Academic, (c)2000. Physical Description: viii, 254 p. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. -254). Rubrics: Industries Energy conservation.

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Benefits other than energy-efficiency improvement, . De Beer, Jeroen & Worrell, Ernst & Blok, Kornelis, 1998. an improved paper quality or a higher production rate, are the driving forces for the development of the technologies. Long-term energy-efficiency improvements in the paper and board industry," Energy, Elsevier, vol. 23(1), pages 21-42. Handle: RePEc:eee:energy:v:23:y:1998:i:1:p:21-42 DOI: 1. 016/S0360-5442(97)00065-0.

Bahraini Dinar British Pound Sterling Euro Jordanian Dinar Kuwaiti Dinar Omani Rial Qatari Rial Saudi Riyal Turkish Lira US Dollar United Arab Emirates Dirham. Beer, Jeroen de. ISBN: 9048154448.

This book does not give a prediction of what the efficiency will be of the energy use of industrial processes in the future. However, it does give an exploration of limits to the efficiency of current processes and an indication of what might be achieved if new technologies can be developed. At the Department of Science, Technology and Society of Utrecht University research had been done to the opportunities for improvement of the energy efficiency in the short term since the 1980's. This had resulted in a comprehensive database on energy efficient measures. This database and a possible application are described in Chapter 3 of this book. The use of the database induced new research themes around efficiency improvement, e.g. concerning barriers for implementation of measures. It was around 1993 that I did a preliminary study to the potential for efficiency improvement in the long term. Historical analysis had shown us that the short term potential stayed constant over the years. It seemed to be replenished by the introduction of new technologies. This lead to the question whether there are limits to the efficiency, taking into account both thermodynamic considerations and ideas on the development and dissemination of new technologies.