By Shonali Pachauri
With power intake set to develop into one of many greatest matters within the day-by-day lives of homeowners worldwide, this publication couldn't be extra proper – although it makes a speciality of India. Pachauri adopts a socio-economic method of studying the power procedure and effort intake in India from a loved ones standpoint. The paintings additionally comprises the most important elements frequently missed: specifically, the significance of non-commercial assets of power, and variety within the styles of strength utilization.
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Additional info for An Energy Analysis of Household Consumption: Changing Patterns of Direct and Indirect Use in India (Alliance for Global Sustainability Bookseries)
The field of energy analysis received a particular fillip after the energy crises of the early 1970s when rising energy prices and a growing awareness of the negative environmental impacts of energy use caused increasing interest in conserving scarce energy resources. A number of researchers grappling with the problem of conserving energy turned to energy analysis as a means to furnish greater information on the total energy used in a particular productive or consumptive process and identifying where reductions on energy requirements of total processes could be made.
2. Consumption of primary sources of energy in India The share of commercial energy in total primary energy consumption has increased substantially over the last decades. While in 1970-71, noncommercial energy comprised about 60% of total primary energy, its share declined to about 33% by 1999-2000 (see Figs. 3 for an overview of primary energy consumption in India). In terms of the contribution of commercial fuels to total consumption, coal remains the main commercial energy source in the economy, particularly, in the industry sector.
For food production (Leach 1976); Hannon’s on the energy requirements of beverage containers (Hannon 1971); among others. 3 Input-Output Energy Analysis Input-output energy analysis is a specific area of application of economic input-output analysis in which attention is concentrated on the primary energy requirements of production and consumption in an economy. Nobel laureate Wassily Leontief developed the technique of input-output analysis during the 1930s and 1940s. He used the framework of an input-output matrix to describe the transactions between all sectors in an economy in financial terms, the basic form consisting of a system of linear equations describing the distribution of each industry’s product throughout the economy.
An Energy Analysis of Household Consumption: Changing Patterns of Direct and Indirect Use in India (Alliance for Global Sustainability Bookseries) by Shonali Pachauri