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Kumar, Amit
July 2015
Energy Future (2278-7186);7/1/2015, preceding p5
The article discusses the need to study the energy intensity of various industries to implement plans for energy consumption according to the respective industries energy demand. Topics include the 5th Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change which measure the energy use of the buildings and transport sector, developing an energy conservation program for each sector and starting a campaign to educate consumers on energy saving.


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