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Pachauri, Shonali

An Energy Analysis of Household Consumption

Changing Patterns of Direct and Indirect Use in India

€ 189.15

The book takes a socio-economic approach to analyzing the energy system and energy consumption in India from a household perspective. It views households as the ultimate end-c


Taal / Language : English

Inhoudsopgave:
Preface IX
Acknowledgements XI
Chapter 1: Introduction 1
1.1 Background and Significance
1
1.2 Context and Motivation
4
1.3 Objectives and Purpose
7
1.4 Current Approaches and Future Perspectives to Energy Studies
9
1.5 Organisation of the Book
11
Chapter 2: An Overview of Energy Consumption in India 13
2.1 Lifestyles, Energy and Development over the Last Half-Century
13
2.2 A Short Digression on Energy Terms
18
2.3 Trends in Energy Consumption in India
19
2.4 Some International Comparisons of Energy Use
23
2.5 Household Energy Use
26
2.6 Policy, Regulation and Pricing in the Energy Sector in India
34
Chapter 3: Energy Analysis and Energy Intensities for India 39
3.1 Introduction to Energy Analysis
39
3.2 Energy Analysis Methods in Practice
40
3.3 Input-Output Energy Analysis
41
3.4 Theory of Input-Output Energy Analysis
42
3.5 Data Requirements of Input-Output Energy Analysis for India
43
3.6 Methodology for Calculating Sectoral Energy Intensities
45
3.7 Results
48
3.8 Comparison with Energy Intensities from Previous Studies
56
3.9 Discussion and Conclusions
58
Appendix 3A: Sector Classification for Input-Output Energy Analysis
60
Appendix 3B: Technical Note on Creating a Hybrid I-0 Matrix
64
Appendix 3C: Detailed Results Tables
68
Chapter 4: Total and Average Household Energy Requirements 85
4.1 Overview of Literature on Household Energy Requirements
85
4.2 Methods and Data
87
4.3 Results
88
4.4 Decomposition Analysis
94
4.5 Comparison with Previous Studies
98
4.6 Discussion and Conclusions
100
Appendix 4A: Goods and Services Included in the Consumption Categories
102
Appendix 4B: Detailed Results Tables
104
Chapter 5: Disaggregate Household Energy Requirements 109
5.1 Introduction
109
5.2 Methods, Data Sources, and Data Preparation
109
5.3 Variations in Household Energy Requirements across Households
118
5.4 Regression Analysis of Cross-sectional Variations
141
5.5 Discussion and Conclusions
143
Appendix 5A: Corrections to NSS Data for Underestimation of Dung Use
145
Appendix 5B: Appendix Tables
147
Chapter 6: Energy Requirements and Well Being 151
6.1 Introduction
151
6.2 Direct Energy Use
152
6.3 Indirect Food Energy Requirements and Well Being
172
6.4 Discussion and Conclusions
178
Appendix 6A: Appendix Tables
180
Chapter 7: Conclusions and Reflections 181
7.1 Key Empirical Findings and Their Implications
181
7.2 Conclusions and Limitations of the Data and Methods
192
7.3 Future Research
197
References 199
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Hardback
Januari 2007
522 gram
235 x 159 x 19 mm
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