energy return on investment (EROI)


A quantifiable measurement of the amount of energy required to produce a unit of energy output. The EROI will measure the costs of bringing the energy source to its end use. For example, the price of a gallon of gas includes the costs of activities such as exploration, drilling, refining, shipping, storage and distribution in order to determine the return on those costs.
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