This study of residential and transport sectoral energy use in India is part of a larger effort at LBNL to provide analysis of energy use patterns at the level of sub-sectors and end uses for all sectors. There are two motivations for this effort.

Before a post-Kyoto accord considering all aspects of countries emissions, a first step may be necessary to prepare Chinese and Indian businesses to new economic conditions internalizing the constraints of climate change. Carbon markets serve as a

This study of sectoral energy sector in India provides sector, country and ultimately global analysis of energy use patterns at the level of subsectors and end uses.Finds that electricity consumption is expected to increase fast, driven by the demand of the residential and commercial sectors that add to the already increasing demand from the industry sector.

INDIAN consumers are giving energy-efficient home appliances a star billing. Leading white goods companies say their energy-efficient models are selling twice as fast as regular ones since they help cut power bills.

The State Planning Board, Karnataka, and the Institute of Social and Economic Change, Bangalore had arranged a two day seminar on 11th Five Year Plan of Karnataka: Perspectives, in Bangalore on 4-5 May 2007. The author was invited to make a presentation on Power Sector Reforms in Karnataka to take into account the possible steps during the 11th Plan period.

Energy audit is an essential part for developing energy saving devices. Presently energy is limited and substitutes are not sufficient. In the present study computerized model developed for the quick and efficient energy auditing with the help of C-language programme, it also suggest some alternate devices suitable for the case.

Energy plays a vital role in the development of any economy and given its unequal distribution trade in energy, especially fossil fuels, is an important component of international trade. In the past, due to its public good characteristics, energy-related services were mostly supplied by the government. With liberalization and globalization the sector underwent

The purpose of this document is to identify and examine global policies, measures, and incentives that appear to be stimulating landfill gas (LFG) use.

This paper emphasizes a major topic of ERTRAC

Companies oppose electricity-saving methods as they may hit revenue

In an unusual move, power utilities in the state expressed their unwillingness to take up power saving methods. They reasoned that the power-saving methods would adversely affect their incomes.