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MIT: 'Alarming' Use of Energy in Modern Manufacturing Methods

March 17, 2009

Timothy Gutowski Modern manufacturing methods are spectacularly inefficient in their use of energy and materials, according to a detailed MIT analysis of the energy use of 20 major manufacturing processes. Full Story

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