With India’s power sector expected to account for 98 per cent of additional water withdrawals and 95 per cent of additional consumption between 2010 and 2035, reuse of treated water is essential for sustainable water management, suggested a recent ASSOCHAM-KPMG joint study.
“A water regulator is essential to create power legislation and regulations for private sector participation and innovative financing mechanism,” recommended the study titled, ‘Water sector resilience-Reimagining a blue future,’ conducted by The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM) jointly with global professional services firm KPMG. Read More
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