The fifth edition of The State Energy Efficiency Index (SEEI), initiated by Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE), in association with Alliance for an Energy Efficient Economy (AEEE), to evaluate the annual progress of energy efficiency implementation in the states.

Data show that 3.2-4% global annual improvements in energy efficiency are possible, and all countries and sectors can ramp up progress. There is a wealth of experience in India and globally that can be leveraged for faster action.

Electric two-wheelers are poised to become the primary clean mobility alternative, and efforts to facilitate their adoption must be prioritised. There is an imminent need to address the critical barriers in their value chains.

Electric mobility offers a unique bouquet of opportunities and challenges due to its interface with the power utility sector.

Electric mobility in India is at its infancy and evolving rapidly. As public bus fleets in the cities move towards becoming electric, it is necessary that charging stations are deployed in a planned and meticulous manner.

The report comprehensively compiles India's Energy Efficiency history, policies and institutions, and showcases best practices from diverse sectors and industries. Based on insights and views of thought leaders and industry visionaries, India's future pathways are outlined towards a more energy efficient economy.