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Greenman, Michael
May 2009
American Ceramic Society Bulletin;May2009, Vol. 88 Issue 5, p26
The article reports on the effect of energy prices and carbon constraints on the U.S. glass industry. It mentions that in spite of the moderate rise in fuel prices, it is agreed that it is not a permanent situation. It notes that alternative resources should be identified to decrease dependence. It cites the Glass Problems Conference in which the main theme is "Alternative Energy and Energy Efficiency."


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