Proposed energy tariff hike and privatization; the role energy efficiency can play

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This means that the only reasonable and cost effective approach to addressing the challenges of energy increase is to reduce the energy requirement and the most reliable and functional way to do this remains a strong energy efficiency policy from the government. With a strong energy policy you will see that a typical home of say 3 bedroom apartment with just 20 nos 60W bulbs which consumes about 1200W per hour is actually consuming what 12......

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