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Design for Energy Efficiency Adds Value to Semiconductor Company Shareholders

01 December 1999 | By Mark Osborne | White Papers > Edition 10, Cleanroom

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CHRIS ROBERTSON, Chris Robertson and Associates, Portland, OR, USA


Conservation of resources and energy efficiency is an enterprise with many variables. The issues for implementing such a policy are not necessarily obvious or result in the most expensive option. A comprehensive monitoring of the relevant data requires great expertise. The problems are discussed in detail and various solutions illustrated with vivid examples. The excellent capital savings and real reduction in overheads should be highly attractive to cost conscious Fab management team members.
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