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Lessons Learned and Remaining Needs for Expanded Application of DSM at Ahmedabad Electric Company

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Contributors: Glen Weisbrod, Mark Tribble, Vijay Deshpande
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Energy Management Consultation and Training Project (EMCAT): Demand Side Management -- Phase II India December 4-18, 1997 Prepared by: Glen Weisbrod, Consultant Mark Tribble, Resident Advisor and Director, EMCAT-DSM II Vijay Deshpande, Deputy Director, EMCAT-DSM II International Resources Group, Ltd. (IRG) Prepared for United States Agency for International Development (USAID) New Delhi, India Region: Asia and the Near East Task Order: India Energy Demand Side Management Technical Area: Energy Conservation and Efficiency

Author(s): Glen Weisbrod , Mark Tribble , Vijay Deshpande

Location: India

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