Industrial Demand and Energy Supply Management
Arunabha Ghosh's thought-provoking essay on 'Industrial Demand and Energy Supply Management' is part of a newly published report by the Economic Intelligence Unit. Indian industry, particularly manufacturing, faces a huge challenge to procure enough energy to fuel future expansion. It faces three scenarios: ignore the problem, with the risk that limited energy supplies will cap growth and investment. Or internalise it, by securing captive energy sources—which might skew governance and retard the adoption of cleaner fuels. Or innovate in policy and practice across the energy supply chain and manage demand. Only one of these scenarios can ensure a sustainable energy future.
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Understanding Complexity, Anticipating Change: From Interests to Strategy on Global Governance
CEEW convened a group of India's senior diplomats and foremost policy experts in India to analyse India's priorities, as an emerging power, for global governance and reflect on the intellectual, institutional and political capacities needed to confront global challenges. The report, submitted to the National Security Adviser in December 2011, covered energy, trade, climate, finance, nuclear, oceans, space, cyber, and other related areas critical for India’s development and engagement in global institutions.
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