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INDIAN CONSUMER VIEWS OF APPLIANCE EFFICIENCY AND LABELING

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Energy Management Consultations and Training Project Demand Side Management Activities (EMCAT-DSM) Prepared by: A Survey Conducted by the International Resources Group and Sofres- Mode as part of the EMCAT-DSM Project in India Prepared for: Office of Environment, Energy and Enterprise USAID/India B-28, Qutub Institutional Area New Delhi, India Contract Number: OUT-PCE-I-803-96-00002-00, Task Order No. 803 Region: Asia and the Near East Task Order: India Energy Demand Side Management Technical Area: Energy Conservation and Efficiency

Author(s): International Resources Group

Location: India

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