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Table Of Contents

Preface
Glossary
Abbreviations
Conversion Factors
Executive Summary
General Discussion of the Country
Land area
Animal Husbandry
Economic Conditions
Table 3: Growth in GDP
Principal Imports and Exports (energy and non-energy)
Table 4: Major Imports and Exports (US $ Million)
Impact of Globalization
Income and Equity
Table 5: Human Development Index (HDI)
Energy Usage
Table 6: Share of Different Fuel- Mix
Figure 1: Electricity Production and Consumption (2003-4)
Principal Environmental Pressures
Case Study 2: Vedanta Alumina Company
Case Study 3: Mitsubishi Chemicals in India
Transport System
Table 9: Indian Railway
Table 10: Indian Roadways
Overview of the National Sustainable Development Strategy
Indian Philosophy
Table 11: India’s Development Indicators
MoEF the Nodal Body for SD
Concerns
Energy Related Developments
Current Situation
Figure 2: Fuel Mixes (2001-02) and Projected Scenario (2021-22)
Power Sector Reform
New Energy Policy
Table 12: Scenario for Fuel Mix in Year 2031-32 (MMTOE)
Table 14: Air Pollution g/m3 (Residential)
Social Sustainability
Indicator 3: Household Access to Electricity
Table 15: Household Access to Electricity
Table 16: Distribution of Households by Source of Lighting 2001
Case Study 4: Low-cost Lamps for Rural India
Indicator 4: Investment in Clean Energy
Table 17: Investments 1990-91 and 2002-03
Economic Sustainability
Indicator 5: Energy Resilience: Energy Trade Benefits
Indicator 6: Burden of Public Energy Investments
Table 20: Public Investment in Non-renewable Energy
Technological Sustainability
Indicator 7: Energy Intensity (Energy Consumption/GDP)
Table 21: Energy Intensity
Indicator 8: Renewable Energy Deployment
Table 22: Total Primary* Energy Consumption (MTOE)
Table 23: Total Primary Commercial Energy Consumption (MTOE)
Table 25: Electricity from Renewable Sources
Table 26: Electricity Generation (billion kwh)
Table 27: Renewable Energy* as % of Primary Commercial Energy
Indicators Results
Table 28: Indicators
Presentation of Country Star
Figure 3: Star with scale 0 5
Figure 4: Star with scale 0 3
Conclusions and Policy Recommendations
Bibliography
Annex 1
Annex II
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