Understanding Industrial Energy Use: Physical Energy Intensity Changes in Indian Manufacturing Sector
Physical energy intensity indicators for Indian manufacturing sector is developed and analyzed. Energy consumption in five industrial sub-sectors, namely, iron and steel, aluminium, textiles, paper and cement is examined for the period 1990─2005.
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