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December 2014
Vol. XI Issue. 25; 05 December 2014
Solar or Grid: To Choice is 'Yours'! - 05 December 2014
Solar roof top power is propagated as energy for the poor people. In this light it is interesting to analyse the case of two hypothetical persons from the Below Poverty line category and see who will be in a better position,
 
 
 
November 2014
Vol. XI Issue. 24; 29 November 2014
The Environment or the People: Who is important? - 29 November 2014
The enforcement of 'environment' focussed approach that marginalises people is an artificial way of restricting energy supplies in the developing nations which can increase their energy cost significantly.
 
 
Vol. XI Issue. 23; 21 November 2014
Facing Downside Risks -The Oil Price Slump and how it might affect Gas Prices (part I) - 21 November 2014
Although the share of crude oil in the worldwide energy consumption is continuously declining for the benefit of cleaner forms of primary energy as natural gas or renewables but also coal,
 
 
Vol. XI Issue. 22; 15 November 2014
Correcting Global Imbalances: The Role of Oil Trade - 15 November 2014
Just prior to the financial crisis, reports from leading economic institutions highlighted how global imbalances are being accentuated by oil price increases.
 
 
Vol. XI Issue. 21; 07 November 2014
Will this Election end the Tom & Jerry Chase in Delhi's Power Sector? - 07 November 2014
Any reduction in power bills of the consumers in the capital must be backed with factual data and strategies that flow from them rather than be used as a tool for winning election.
 
 
 
October 2014
Vol. XI Issue. 17; 10 October 2014
Shades of Grey: The Annals of the Indian Coal Industry (part II) - 10 October 2014
Contrary to common belief that this 'mafia mode of production' is one of the key barriers to reform of the coal sector, the investigative report claims that it is in reality a 'complementary department' of the coal industry through which the industry outsources control over low cost casual workers,
 
 
Vol. XI Issue. 16; 04 October 2014
Shades of Grey: The Annals of the Indian Coal Industry (part I) - 04 October 2014
Unlike today, the fortunes of the Indian coal mining sector in the colonial era were tied to global economic conditions but this failed to have a positive impact on the Indian coal sector as it did on the rest of the coal industry.
 
 
 
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