Interesting Books on India Energy and Energy Security - India Renewable Energy Consulting – Solar, Biomass, Wind, Cleantech
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Was doing some lazy browsing on books related to India’s energy status, renewable energy and energy security. The following were the ones I found appetizing:

1. Energy Efficient Buildings in India – by Mili Majumdar – Publisher: Tata Energy Research Institute, TERI (February 28, 2009)- Amazon link

2. India-s Energy Security (Kindle Edition @ Amazon) – by Ligia Noronha (Author), Anant Sudarshan (Author) – This book explores the multifaceted aspects of Indias energy security concerns. It looks at the political calculus of Indias energy choices, geopolitical, security and trade issues, Indias energy problems in the wider Asian context and consumption and climate related challenges. * Publisher: T & F Books UK; 1 edition (March 21, 2009) – Link

3. China, India and the United States: Competition for Energy Resources – by Emirates Center for Strategic Studies and Research (Author) – The world is witnessing a triangular race between the USA, China and India to secure their future energy supplies, as global energy needs rise inexorably and petroleum production struggles to keep pace. China is aggressively seeking new supplies to fuel its phenomenal growth and may soon overtake the USA as the world’s largest energy consumer and oil importer. Meanwhile, India’s dramatic economic development is underscoring its own heavy dependence on energy imports. What are the international implications of this triangular race for energy supplies? How will oil geopolitics and energy security considerations shape the foreign policies of these three global players? How can the Gulf countries respond to the energy needs of while performing a delicate balancing act in this critical supply scenario? This volume offers global, regional and country perspectives from energy experts on the international race for energy resources and its wider economic and political ramifications.
Publisher: Emirates Center for Strategic Studies (March 17, 2009) – Amazon Link

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