The Government and Bureau of Energy Efficiency are working towards developing a national repository of energy efficiency benchmarks to make them accessible to industry stakeholders.
Energy Efficiency will make up for more than half of the share of abatement of energy consumption that India has committed to from 2010 to 2035, as part of its commitment to the environment, according to Milind Deore, of Bureau of Energy efficiency.
During CII Energy Efficiency Summit 2019 he said, “Market transformation towards energy efficient products is one of the key goals for the Government. One of the initiatives we are working on is to develop a national repository of energy efficiency benchmarks, which will be accessible to all industry stakeholders.
By 2030, the government aims to facilitate saving of about 500 billion units of energy.” Ravichandran Purushothaman, Chairman, Energy Efficiency Council, CII-Godrej GBC, said that State-level implementation of Central policies Read More
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