India plans to debut energy efficiency cap-and-trade scheme within months

James S Murray
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Government official reveals plans to impose energy efficiency targets on large firms from March

India is moving forward with plans to create a market in energy efficiency credits modelled on carbon emission cap-and-trade schemes, which officials estimate could be worth 740bn rupees ($16bn, £9.8bn)...

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