Energy Consumption by Industries in Support of National Defense: An Energy Demand Model
RAND CORP SANTA MONICA CA
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Energy used by the manufacturing and transportation sectors of the U. S. economy in support of DoD activities is studied. Estimates are given of energy usage by various industries in support of DoD activities for 1965 and 1967 through 1970. The methodology applied in the report is sufficiently general to lend itself to estimating future industrial energy requirements for various DoD force postures and to analyzing various energy policies in a more energy-austere environment than at present.
- Non-electrical Energy Conversion