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Net Energy Yield

Definition - What does Net Energy Yield mean?

The net energy yield refers to the amount of energy that is gained from harvesting an energy source. This yield is the total amount of energy gained from harvesting the source after deducting the amount of energy that was spent to harvest it. There are no restrictions on what the energy source in the equation might be.

Safeopedia explains Net Energy Yield

Essentially, the net energy yield from an energy source refers to the gross profit gained from the source after harvest. As long as the source is capable of providing another entity with energy, it can be considered as an energy source. Net energy yield is often calculated per unit, and the most common energy sources to which this term is applied include nuclear fuel, biomass and fossil fuels.

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