Macroeconomic Approach of Energy Management And Sustainable Development

  • Dr. Anil Kumar Varshney Associate Professor, Commerce, S.V.PG College, Aligarh
  • Dr. Prabhakar Rathi Research Scholar, Commerce, Dr.B.R.Ambedkar University, Agra

Abstract

As a gold mine of natural resources, the Indian energy sector has been given priority in the planning phase at a comprehensive level and has been given a high priority in contributing to the development of public funds. The share has risen from 15% in the third five-year plan to 27% in the eleventh five-year plan. Despite continuous efforts, the growth of this sector has not been sufficient to quickly meet the demand for energy services in the human resource consumption sector. India's population and energy consumption are no problem at all, but misrepresentation and energy losses are a major problem for the energy sector or organization.

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Published
2018-02-17
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