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Energy economy in Nordic industry

Abstract

The employment, economic and energetic situation in various industrial branches and their importance for industry as a whole is mapped for Nordic countries. Future Nordic energy projects can base their attempts to decrease energy costs per unit on this report. In food and stimulants industry, chemical, glass and ceramic industry over 90% energy is used for processing while in steel- and metal-industry the processing consumes only about 25%. Rentability of new investments in energy saving should be considered in these branches against investments in automation, new equipment etc. Common Nordic energy-saving projects can provide much better energy economy. For instance 4% of USA energy which had formerly been used in drying processes is drastically decreased and if the USA result can be transferred to Nordic conditions DKr 160 million can be save. Prospective common projects are process-types like drying, spray-drying, heat treatments of mineral proproducts, and evaporation.
Publication Date:
Jan 01, 1980
Product Type:
Book
Reference Number:
NOR-82-01083; ERA-07-050785; EDB-82-127257
Subject:
32 ENERGY CONSERVATION, CONSUMPTION, AND UTILIZATION; ENERGY; ECONOMICS; SCANDINAVIA; ENERGY POLICY; INDUSTRY; COMPARATIVE EVALUATIONS; ECONOMIC ANALYSIS; ECONOMIC GROWTH; ENERGY EXPENSES; PRODUCTIVITY; TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT; EUROPE; GOVERNMENT POLICIES; WESTERN EUROPE; 320300* - Energy Conservation, Consumption, & Utilization- Industrial & Agricultural Processes
OSTI ID:
5268615
Country of Origin:
Denmark
Language:
Danish
Availability:
Risoe Library, DK-4000 Roskilde, Denmark.
Submitting Site:
NORD
Size:
Pages: 253
Announcement Date:
May 13, 2001

Citation Formats

Andersen, P H, and Finnedal, B H. Energy economy in Nordic industry. Denmark: N. p., 1980. Web.
Andersen, P H, & Finnedal, B H. Energy economy in Nordic industry. Denmark.
Andersen, P H, and Finnedal, B H. 1980. "Energy economy in Nordic industry." Denmark.
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title = {Energy economy in Nordic industry}
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abstractNote = {The employment, economic and energetic situation in various industrial branches and their importance for industry as a whole is mapped for Nordic countries. Future Nordic energy projects can base their attempts to decrease energy costs per unit on this report. In food and stimulants industry, chemical, glass and ceramic industry over 90% energy is used for processing while in steel- and metal-industry the processing consumes only about 25%. Rentability of new investments in energy saving should be considered in these branches against investments in automation, new equipment etc. Common Nordic energy-saving projects can provide much better energy economy. For instance 4% of USA energy which had formerly been used in drying processes is drastically decreased and if the USA result can be transferred to Nordic conditions DKr 160 million can be save. Prospective common projects are process-types like drying, spray-drying, heat treatments of mineral proproducts, and evaporation.}
place = {Denmark}
year = {1980}
month = {Jan}
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