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Title: New Energy Technologies and Integrative Capability: A Case Study of India
Authors: Ahmed, Basir
Keywords: Energy Technologies
Economic Growth
Energy Crisis
Issue Date: 10-Apr-2007
Publisher: Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode
Abstract: The growing Indian population and increased energy demand has is leading to growing environmental pressure. Hence, there is a need to invent and secure energy technology options that can increase energy efficiency by checking environmental pollution. The question is no longer whether we can check environmental pollution, but whether we can do so fast enough without harming its rapid economic growth. What are the available energy technologies options before India? and how they can be assimilated to secure a healthy and energy efficient economic future. This is a herculean challenge that India faces today. It has to adjust its energy economy with the economic well being? India shares with other nations the desire for affordable energy to fuel its economic growth without harming the environment. Achieving this, will require technological ingenuity, pathways that minimize economic costs and political determination. The development and assimilation of new energy patterns of production and...
Description: PART II – CO-OPERATIVE, RURAL & BOP MARKETING |Pages 147-157|
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2259/377
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