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Energy return on investment (EROI) is a key metric of the viability of energy resources. Many studies have focused on EROI at point of extraction, resulting in deceptively high numbers for fossil fuels, and inconsistent comparisons to renewables. In a recent Nature Energy paper, Brockway et al. (2019) set the record straight.

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Energy return on investment (EROI) is a critical measure of the comparative utility of different energy carriers, including fossil fuels and renewables. However, it must not be used to compare carriers that cannot be put to similar end-use. In addition, combining carriers to arrive at estimates of ‘average’ or ‘minimum’ EROIs can be problematic.

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Research into sustainable management of end-of-life lithium-ion batteries in the automotive industry

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