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A Forum on cogeneration
Bib ID 1902492
Format BookBook
Description Melbourne : Victorian Division, the Institute of Engineers Australia in conjunction with Australian Institute of Energy, Melbourne Group, 1985 
4, 19 p. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0909887861
Notes

Cover title.

"This Forum was the final item in the Symposium on Cogeneration ... held in Melbourne on 17 July 1985."

Includes the address given by Robert Fordham, Minister for Minerals and Energy in the Victorian Government, in opening the Symposium.

Subjects Cogeneration of electric power and heat -- Victoria -- Congresses.
Other authors/contributors Institution of Engineers, Australia. Victoria Division  |  Australian Institute of Energy. Melbourne Group  |  Symposium on Cogeneration, (1985 : Melbourne, Vic.)

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