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Food and energy choices for India. A programming model with partial endogenous energy requirements

Food and energy choices for India. A programming model with partial endogenous energy requirements

Publication International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (RR-77-24): 38

For a poor, large and densely populated country like India, many choices in energy intensive sectors are still open and alternative technologies can be explored simultaneously. India's energy consumption per caput is very low, (700 kg of coal replacement). Nearly 50% is obtained from non-commercial sources such as firewood, agricultural wastes, and animal dung.

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DOI: 10.1002/bs.3830250506

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