Data Collection Methodologies — Introduction
It may seem self-evident that to collect information on the way energy is used is a valuable activity. Before we embark on massive statistical compilations, however, it is wise to reflect on the purposes for which the energy data are required. We shall find that such data serve many different purposes, and different uses may require different data and different approaches to data collection.
KeywordsEnergy Policy Fuel Supply Industrial Energy Fuel User Energy Consumption Data
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