Delhi government has claimed that it has successfully implemented its scheme to make the city kerosene-free.

Besides this, the website also contains presentations, posters and youth resource guides dedicated to climate change.

Energy is important both for economic development, but it also plays a major role in improving conditions at the household level. The notion of an energy poverty line is well accepted around the world. There is a large body of literature on how to measure income poverty and the reliability of alternate measures.

Household consumption of various goods and services in India 2011-12. The report is based on information collected during 2011-12 from 101651 households in 7469 villages and 5268 urban blocks spread over the entire country.

This paper explores the link between fossil-fuel subsidies and gender in India. It focuses on the likely gender impacts of reform across cooking, lighting, pumping and transport fuels.

According to this report submitted by Prof S G Dhande chaired report, the Direct Benefit Transfer Scheme for LPG (DBTL) should be immediately recommenced as it is one of the most comprehensive systemic re-engineering of the LPG subsidy disbursement mechanism which ensures that the entitlement on LPG reaches the actual LPG consumer.

This paper analyzes the Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) for liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) in Mysore, India. The DBT is an initiative of the Indian central government to develop an electronic payment system for centrally funded social protection schemes.

About 2,800 homes across the country will be using biogas energy source as an alternative to LPG and electricity by 2015.

At least two months are left before a new government takes charge, so there is time for two monthly price rises of 50 paise a litre each

The petroleum & natural gas ministry has decided to discontinue the practice of a monthly diesel price increase, indicating putting on hold its plan for a phased decontrol of the fuel’s price. But this has come at a time when the revenue loss on sale of every litre of diesel has shrunk to Rs 5.93 a litre, which could, perhaps, have given the government the best window to effect a complete decontrol.

Why uptake of Improved Cook Stoves and Biogas plants has been slow in rural India? - a presentation by Priyadarshini Karve, Samuchit Enviro Tech at Anil Agarwal Dialogue 2014: Energy Access and Renewable Energy, February 27-28, 2014, New Delhi.

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