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About the Canadian Agricultural Energy End-Use

Data and Analysis Centre

Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) announced the creation of the National Energy Use Database (NEUD) initiative in October 1991.  This program, currently, under the umbrella of NRCan's Efficiency and Alternative Energy Program, aims at improving energy efficiency in all sectors of the economy. To achieve this objective, the NEUD initiative gave priority to expanding and improving the existing knowledge about energy consumption and efficiency at the end-use level in all sectors of the economy.

The Canadian Agricultural Energy End-Use Data and Analysis Centre (CAEEDAC) was established in the Department of Agricultural Economics at the University of Saskatchewan in May 1994 to accomplish this task for the agricultural sector. CAEEDAC is part of a network of Energy End-Use Data and Analysis centres across Canada.

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