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India's Standards and Labeling (S&L) program for appliances and equipment is based on the Energy Conservation Act of 2001 and developed and administered by the Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE). The Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) provides technical support for India's S&L energy efficiency initiatives through the development of test procedures and related standards.

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There are 38 Policies related to India in the S&L Database

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SEAD and India's Bureau of Energy Efficiency Host Workshop on Enhancing Space Cooling Efficiency and Demand Response

On 24–25 June, domestic and international experts gathered for a two-day workshop to address India’s rapidly growing electricity demand from air conditioners (ACs). In a series of panel discussions, a...

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India: Leading on Energy Efficiency

In India, rapid urbanization, rising incomes, and skyrocketing development are resulting in increased energy demand and millions of new electricity consumers. The country is already seeing the impacts

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Forecast on Cooling

Air conditioning (AC) units in use around the world are expected to triple by 2050. Slowly, global markets are shifting to more energy efficient ACs, but CLASP is working to accelerate that trend. For

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