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Recent Trends in Energy Consumption in India

Author : Sayan Kumar Nag 1 Biswapriyo Ghosh 2 Prosenjit Singha 3 Koushik Mandal 4 Arijit Mondal 5

Date of Publication :30th September 2020

Abstract: As per the relative consumption of various energy sources as percent of the world total, India among the major Asian economies, occupies the second place immediately after China. In this context, this paper attempts to explore the possible impact of various forms of energy consumption sources and consumption pattern. And this study considers the annual data from 2009-2010 to 2019-2020 to using simple statistical methods of analysing data. Energy is required for the economic growth and development of a nation and improving the quality of life of its citizens. Energy consumption directly effects the economic growth of our country; besides it also examined the influence of various forms of energy consumption growth on growth of private consumption and private investment as different components of GDP growth.

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