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Adding apples and oranges: The monitoring of energy efficiency in the Dutch food industry

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  • Blok, K.
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  • Ramirez, C.A. & Blok, K. & Neelis, M. & Patel, M., 2006. "Adding apples and oranges: The monitoring of energy efficiency in the Dutch food industry," Energy Policy, Elsevier, vol. 34(14), pages 1720-1735, September.
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