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Die Zukunft der Energieversorgung in Indien

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  • Bräuninger, Michael
  • Pries, Julia

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Der Energiebedarf eines Landes wird wesentlich durch die Bevölkerungsgröße und das Einkommen bestimmt. In Indien leben mehr als 1,22 Milliarden Menschen. Damit ist es der Staat mit der - nach der Volksrepublik China - zweitgrößten Bevölkerung (vgl. UN 2011). Dafür hat die Bevölkerung in den letzten 10 Jahren um 16,2 % zugenommen und bis zum Jahr 2030 (2050) wird mit einer weiteren Zunahme um 24,4 % (38,2 %) auf 1,52 (1,69) Milliarden Menschen gerechnet. Schon deshalb hat Indien eine zentrale Bedeutung für die weltweite Energienachfrage.

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  • Bräuninger, Michael & Pries, Julia, 2011. "Die Zukunft der Energieversorgung in Indien," HWWI Policy Papers 60, Hamburg Institute of International Economics (HWWI).
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    1. Uwe Remme & Nathalie Trudeau & Dagmar Graczyk & Peter Taylor, 2011. "Technology Development Prospects for the Indian Power Sector," IEA Energy Papers 2011/4, OECD Publishing.
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