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India's State-Level Energy Efficiency Implementation Readiness

The second study State-Level Energy Efficiency Implementation Readiness has its genesis from the existing structure of India’s EE and electricity governance framework, where states have an important role to play to achieve the desired developmental goals.

This study evaluates the performance and unravels the barriers with respect to institutional capacity, policies, programs, financing, and markets at the state level. Using a comparative benchmarking framework this study evaluates the EE implementation readiness and development status in states and gives recommendations for improving their performance.  

Citation

Sarkar, Ashok; Mukhi, Neha; Padmanaban, Padu S.; Kumar, Amit; Kumar, Kulbhushan; Bansal, Manoj; Das, Shyamasis; Ganta, Shuboday; Verma, Anurag. 2016. India’s State-Level Energy Efficiency Implementation Readiness. Washington, D.C.: World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/949051488954519741/India-s-state-level-energy-efficiency-implementation-readiness-prepared-for-the-World-Bankenergy-and-extractives-global-practice-South-Asia-Region

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