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01 Feb 2017

Energy intensive industry founds network for efficiency

Association of energy intensive businesses (VIK)

Germany’s Association of energy-intensive businesses (VIK) is among the founders of a network for energy efficiency, dubbed KEEN, the association has said in a press release. Six companies from the mining, electrical engineering, food industry and energy services sectors are part of the network, which aims at strengthening mutual learning processes for the sake of finding tailor-made options for lowering the companies’ energy costs, according to the VIK. Chemical company K+S will act as KEEN’s central member, it added.

Read the press release in German here.

For background, see the CLEW dossier The Energiewende and efficiency.

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