What are India’s strategic energy options? Part 2: Comparisons with the US, Germany and China

Tobias Engelmeier | 18 March 2014

If India industrializes and quadruples its energy consumption to over 2 billion tons of oil equivalent per year, it needs to come up with a more thought out energy strategy than just the current “more of everything, whenever available”. Three countries comparable in size to India have been prominent in formulating and executing energy strategies. These are the US, Germany and China. This is part 2, looking at what India

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