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Authors: Sagar, Pragati
Issue Date: 2001
Abstract: Energy is the basic element for the development of any country. It has a major economic and political role, as an important raw material traded worldwide. The energy sector activities include extraction, conversion, transportation and consumption, and conservation of energy. A quarter century ago hardly anyone imagined that energy would become virtually overnight a major nemesis in the worlds affair. The availability, type, use, abuse and price of energy touch nearly all the dimensions of human life more or less. The prosperity and stability of industrial state, the economic and social aspiration of developing countries, food production, population and economic growth, environmental balance, the promise and limits of technology, the growing militrization of the world economics. The alternatives to a conscious search for solution are quite simply drift, periodic "crisis 1 storm" and chaos as E.F Schumacher has put the case for energy it is impossible to over emphasis its certainty.
Other Identifiers: M.Tech
Research Supervisor/ Guide: Devadas, V.
metadata.dc.type: M.Tech Dessertation
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