By Ligia Noronha, Anant Sudarshan
This e-book explores the multifaceted facets of India’s power defense matters. Bringing jointly a collection of critiques and research from specialists and policymakers, it sheds mild at the context of India’s strength lack of confidence and explores its numerous dimensions, its nature and quantity. members learn the position that alternate, international and protection coverage may still play in bettering India’s power safety. it's argued that the foremost problem for India is to extend financial development whereas while preserving power calls for low. this can be specially hard with the transition from biomass to fossil fuels, the expansion of motorized deepest delivery, and emerging earning, aspirations and altering life. The publication means that at present there are robust arguments to minimize the fossil gas direction dependence and it argues for a necessity to have interaction with all of the key assets of this dependence to enforce a strategy of power swap.
India’s strength Security is a well timed contribution given the nationwide and foreign curiosity within the factor of strength safety and the chance that power matters have the opportunity of turning into the reason for critical foreign conflicts. it is going to be of curiosity to teachers and coverage makers operating within the box of Asian stories, strength coverage, diplomacy and protection Studies.
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Consequently, many poor people pay cash for commercialized firewood (due to the scarcity of firewood) and to some extent for highly priced electricity (required to meet basic needs). They usually end up paying more than those who are well off, both in absolute terms (price per unit of useful energy) and relatively speaking, in that they spend a much larger portion of their low income on fuel and light (ESMAP 2002; UNDP/ESMAP 2003; Ramani and Heijndermans 2003). Another branch of the literature relates to the numerous determinants of fuel switching (from traditional to modern fuels).
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Unfortunately this has reduced investment in alternative engine technology that is less oil intensive, and correspondingly it is difficult and expensive to reduce our consumption of hydrocarbons for transport today. India also suffers from the adverse consequences of having invested in urban transportation systems that are less than ideal. For example, the country’s rail network remains largely non-electric, with only about 25 per cent of the route under electric traction6. Similarly infrastructure upgrading and technology leapfrogging has not occurred in road transportation – highways remain largely poor quality and insufficiently wide, and trucks and buses continue to use dated and inefficient designs.