Draft strategy issued in March 2019.
Chapter 1 establishes India’s current year (baseline) energy supply and demand, broken down into
primary energy and electricity. It also covers identified data gaps in energy data reporting practice
and recommendations on effective energy data management (EDM).
Chapter 2 presents a comprehensive mapping of current polices, programs and action plans in India
applicable for energy and energy end-use sectors. The coverage of policies and programs include
national programs, state programs (SDAs and DISCOMs), local level programs (municipalities and
panchayats) and other indirect policies that affect energy efficiency (Montreal Protocol, Kigali meeting
and Smart Cities).
Chapter 3 presents a mapping of key future technologies that would impact energy consumption in
each of the demand sectors and provides a detailed analysis of five of the key future technologies
Chapter 4 establishes energy saving potential of various sectors in India by the year 2031. It also
forecasts energy consumption by various sectors in India. The methodology for calculation of energy
saving potential is discussed in this chapter. The allocation of energy saving targets to each state
and sector is established in this chapter
Chapter 5 presents the energy saving investment potential for various demand sectors in India by
the year 2031. The chapter also explores current EE financing landscape across the world and
suggests best suited schemes for Indian EE market.
Chapter 6 assesses India’s NDC target emissions in absolute terms, calculates the achieved
emission intensity reduction targets by 2030 and estimates the potential contribution of energy
efficiency in emissions intensity reduction. It also provides a commentary on global progress made in
achieving emission reduction commitments.
Chapter 7 establishes a national implementation strategy for achieving energy saving target. It also
provides a review of global best practices for scaling up energy efficiency. It also covers a review of
international energy efficiency strategies.
- Multiple end-uses