International Trade and Environmental Development: A View from India

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  • Anam Faiyaz Siddiqui Student, Galgotias University, Greater Noida, India

Keywords:

Trade and Environment, Pollution regulation index, Pollution, Government policy

Abstract

India's strong economic performance of recent years requires continuing effort from the newly formed Government to widen the ambit of economic reform. Though the govt. has given higher priority for the facility development projects, the Indian power sector is battling formidable difficulties of meeting the heavy demands of electricity thanks to higher amount of power losses and energy thefts. to offer a supporting hand to the govt., this paper suggests the restructuring of the facility sector with energy conservation because the main motive to realize economic and environmental benefits. The capabilities of the energy conservation policies developed are illustrated via tests by three distinct ways on a state grid-like test system and therefore the test results confirm the suitability of the proposed policies for real-time implementation within the Indian power sector.

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Published

22-07-2020

How to Cite

[1]
A. F. . Siddiqui, “International Trade and Environmental Development: A View from India”, IJRESM, vol. 3, no. 7, pp. 199–206, Jul. 2020.

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