Energy consumption trends in forest industry The pulp and paper industry is the fourth largest industrial sector in energy consumption 1. It consumed about 6 900 PJ of energy in 2007 which equals to about 5 % of all industrial energy use. Pulp and paper is fairly renewable intensive. Therefore, it accounted for only about
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Professor Esa Vakkilainen, LUT University
Katja Kuparinen, LUT University
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