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Integrated Energy Policy

Source: IEA/IRENA Renewables Policies Database
Last updated: 24 August 2021
At the direction of the Prime Minister and Deputy Chair of the Planning Commission, an expert committee was established to develop a comprehensive energy policy in 2004. The Integrated Energy Policy, released in August 2006, addresses all aspects of energy, including energy security, access and availability, affordability and pricing, efficiency and the environment. The broad vision behind the energy policy is to provide safe and convenient energy at the lowest cost in a technically efficient, economically viable, and environmentally sustainable manner -thereby reliably meeting the demand for energy services of all sectors, including the energy needs of vulnerable households in all parts of the country.On energy efficiency, the IEP proposes a number of goals:Reduce energy intensity by 20%; andIncrease average gross efficiency of power generation from 30.5% to 34%.

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