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Supply Market Intelligence for Procurement Professionals by Kelly Barner, Jeanette Jones

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ENERGY

Everything that we do in life is connected to energy in one way or another. Although there are many sources of energy, they can be broken down into one of two types: nonrenewable and renewable. Nonrenewable energy sources cannot be replenished once used, and include oil and petroleum products, natural gas, coal, and uranium. Renewable energy sources, on the other hand, can be regenerated, and include biomass (from plants and animals), hydropower, geothermal, wind, and solar.1

In the United States, there are four major sectors that consume energy at the point of end use: Industrial, Commercial, Transportation, and Residential. In the manufacturing, ...

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