The report on State Energy Efficiency Index (SEEI) 2021-22 has been released during the review, planning and monitoring meeting of states and state utilities.

Karnataka has topped the State Energy Efficiency Index 2020 (SEEI), scoring 70 points out of 100 on the back of several initiatives to improve energy efficiency in the state.

This report was prepared by an Expert agency PWC Ltd, who was engaged by Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) for independent verification to assess the resultant annual savings in energy as well as CO 2 emissions through various initiatives in India.

As part of its commitment to create awareness about energy efficiency as a resource and also to develop an action plan for energy conservation initiatives, Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) and Alliance for an Energy Efficient Economy (AEEE), released the ‘State Energy Efficiency Preparedness Index’, which assesses state policies and programmes

In pursuance of the decision by PMO regarding the introduction of Fuel Economy Labels & Standards for Passenger Cars in India, extensive consultations have been carried out by the Ministry of Power (MoP), Ministry of Road Transport & Highways (MoRTH), Department of Heavy Industries (DoHI), Bureau Of Energy Efficiency (BEE) and Society of

Perform, achieve & trade - A market mechanism to enhance industrial energy efficiency - a presentation by Ajay Mathur from Bureau of Energy Efficiency.

Presentation by Ajay Mathur, head of Bureau of Energy Efficiency at the Major Economies Forum held in Washington in March 2009. It focuses on India

The Government of India is committed to meet the growing energy needs at affordable rates required to meet the objectives of economic development. To deliver a sustained economic growth rate of 8% to 9% through 2031-32 and to meet life time energy needs of all citizens, India needs to increase its primary energy supply by 3 to 4 times and electricity generation capacity about 6 times.