by Kedar N. Nag, A.N. Mathur

Issue: 36

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Received: 2010-10-04


In India, cooking and water heating consume 43 per cent of the total domestic energy. A recent survey of a rural area of Karnataka State has shown that the domestic sector alone consumes 87 per cent of energy which is comprised mostly of fuel-wood, cow dung, farm waste and oil. In the urban areas of Delhi, Bombay and Calcutta, commercially available energy sources meet 66 per cent of their needs for domestic use and in other rural and urban areas 12-19 per cent...

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