Direct process end use defined as those end uses that are specific to the carrying out of manufacturing. They include process heating, process cooling and refrigeration, machine drive, electrochemical processes, and other process uses.

"Direct" denotes that only the quantities of electricity or fossil fuel used in their original state and not transformed are included in the estimates.

Ref: 120617/2006-09-19


Other Database Pages Exist for this Phrase:
Process (Process means the preparation of a substance, ...)


Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): directs, Processes

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