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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to introduce a prospective market monitoring system (MMS) for surveillance of Indian power market using a set of new market monitoring indices. Design/methodology/approach – It is necessary for the system regulators and policy makers to identify the...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to investigate the economics of supplying energy needs for illumination requirements by hawkers using alternatives like compact fluorescent lamps battery lamps, liquefied petroleum gas mantle lamps or supply from mini‐grids supported by local diesel...
Purpose – Improving energy efficiency is considered one of the most desirable and effective short‐term measures to address the issue of energy security, and also reduce the emission of greenhouse gases. However, lack of access to domestic finance is the major hindrance in achieving the potential...
Purpose – India aspires for high economic growth of around 8‐9 percent over next few years. Higher economic growth would lead to higher production and consumption, more energy use and more CO 2 emissions. At a time when CO 2 emissions reductions are becoming an important point of debate and fast...
Purpose – India began gas imports since 2004 through liquified natural gas (LNG) route. Imports through trans‐country gas pipelines could help in bringing gas directly into the densely populated Northern part of India, which are far from domestic gas resources as well as coastal LNG terminals....
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