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Learning from India: Defining Profitable DSM and ESCO Programs for a Utility

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Glen Weisbrod Economic Development Research Group 10 High Street, Suite 620, Boston, MA 02110, USA Tel 617-338-6775 E-mail gweisbrod@edrgroup.com and Mark Tribble and Vijay Deshpande International Resources Group - India B-20 Mayfair Garden, New Delhi 10016, INDIA Tel 011-91-11-686-1613 E-mail mtribble@irgltd-india.com October 1998 Region: Asia and the Near East Task Order: India Energy Demand Side Management Technical Area: Energy Conservation and Efficiency

Author(s): Glen Weisbrod

Location: India

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