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GLRPPR Sector Resource: Review of Energy Use in Specific Meat and Fish Processing Plants and Opportunities for Energy Savings

Title:
Review of Energy Use in Specific Meat and Fish Processing Plants and Opportunities for Energy Savings

Abstract:
The objective of this report is to analyse the energy audits completed at 10 meat and fish processing plants and prepare a report identifying energy use, savings potential and actions required to achieve savings as a sector study for the CCO SME project regarding implications of a future carbon tax.

URL:
http://www.fpeac.org/seafood/EnergyUseinMeatandFishProcessing.pdf

Source:
New Zealand Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority

Resource Type:
Article/report

Date of Publication:
2005

Associated Sectors:

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