6 Statistics from The State of Energy Management Report 2019

N/A | February 27, 2019

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On the other hand, I know you will be thinking that this information is insufficient to give you a detailed view of the situation in which efficient energy management finds itself today. But to include all the statistics in a single infographics was not possible.

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