Artha Vijnana: Journal of The Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics | VOL. 54

Energy Consumption and GHG Emissions in India:Analysis in Input-Output Framework

Publication Date Jun 1, 2012


The paper identifies the sources of changes in energy consumption and GHG emissions in India using Input-Output Structural Decomposition Analysis (SDA) during the period 1993-1994 to 2003-2004. The result shows that changes in final demand structure and volume of changes in final demand are the key factors responsible for changes in energy requirements and GHG emissions respectively. It further develops few simulation exercises to estimate the energy requirements and GHG emissions during the Twelfth Plan. The implications of these scenarios provide a better insight for the derivation of future policy towards reduction in energy consumption resulting in climate change impact.


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