India Targets $8.9 Billion in Energy Efficiency Cost SavingsBy
Plan can help avoid peak load of 30 gigawatts in 3 years
Savings seen challenging for generators running below capacity
India’s plan to replace energy-intensive appliances with more efficient designs is expected to save as much as 600 billion rupees ($8.9 billion) a year, according to the head of the government arm spearheading the country’s drive.
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