Shonali Pachauri (eds.)'s An Energy Analysis of Household Consumption: Changing PDF
By Shonali Pachauri (eds.)
The booklet offers a singular socio-economic method of analysing the - ergy process and effort intake in India from a family persp- tive. In doing so, it perspectives families because the final end-consumers and estimates and analyses the direct and oblique strength standards of loved ones intake, either at an mixture nationwide point in addition to at a disaggregate loved ones point. additionally, the paintings accommodates c- cial facets usually overlooked via many strength reviews which are attribute of so much constructing nations, particularly the significance of non-commercial resources of biomass power within the power platforms of those international locations, and the big variety and inequity within the styles of strength entry and use throughout families with varied life and degrees of health. This paintings used to be initiated as a part of my Ph.D. thesis on the Centre for - ergy coverage and Economics (CEPE) on the Swiss Federal Institute of Te- nology in Z urich (ETHZ ). The thesis used to be accomplished on the finish of 2002.
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5 Data Requirements of Input-Output Energy Analysis for India Most countries undertake input-output surveys at intervals of about five years in order to collect vast amounts of data on economic activity carried out in a particular country over a given time period, normally one year. In India too, the department of statistic’s Central Statistical Organisation (CSO) has the responsibility for preparing the economy-wide input-output transactions tables after every five years in accordance with the basic principles laid down in the United Nations System of National Accounts.
In terms of a direct comparison of the annual average rate of growth for the period 1980-2000, Fig. 5 shown below clearly reveals the pattern across countries. Relative index of energy with 1980 value indexed at 100 350 India Japan USA Switzerland China 300 250 200 150 100 50 0 1980 1984 1988 1992 1996 Fig. 5. 4 Some International Comparisons of Energy Use 25 It is important, however, to look at the above figures in conjunction with the absolute values of total primary commercial energy consumption in these countries.
The government also provides subsidies on freight transport costs for distribution of petroleum products to far-flung spots. The kerosene subsidy has led to large-scale diversion of the fuel for adulteration with diesel or for sale on the black market. In general, the subsidies have also often been appropriated by the richer segments of the population, rather than the poorest towards which they are targeted, as mentioned above. The most pressing challenges within the energy policy arena in India that have a direct bearing on the residential sector or private households therefore, are the development of appropriate institutions, legislation, regu- 38 Chapter 2: An Overview of Energy Consumption in India lations, tariff reforms and incentive mechanisms to ensure and encourage the supply of reliable and quality energy services to poor, rural and remote areas.
An Energy Analysis of Household Consumption: Changing Patters of Direct and Indirect Use in India by Shonali Pachauri (eds.)