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Rewards of cutting energy waste A new analysis commissioned by the United Nations Foundation, a nonprofit advocacy and grant-making organization, f..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Rewards of cutting energy waste A new analysis commissioned by the United Nations Foundation, a nonprofit advocacy and grant-making organization, finds that the industrial nations can save enough energy through increased efficiency to move the world close to an acceptable CO2 level. The cost would be repaid by the savings in just three to five years, says the study. The report, prepared by an international group of energy efficiency experts, finds that improving annual energy efficiency by 2.5%/?yr in just the G8 countries—roughly double the historical average—would reduce G8 energy demand by about 2

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