Energy Efficiency

Energy efficiency may refer to:

  • Efficient energy use, sometimes simply called energy efficiency.
    • Energy efficiency in transportation.
  • Energy conversion efficiency, the ratio between the output and input of an energy conversion machine.
  • Energy conservation, efforts made to reduce energy consumption.

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