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Indian Cabinet approves signing of MoU between India, Bhutan on co-operation in the field of energy efficiency and conservation

Indian Cabinet approves signing of MoU between India, Bhutan on co-operation in the field of energy efficiency and conservation

| @indiablooms | 13 Mar 2024, 05:32 pm

The Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi approved the signing of Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between India and Bhutan on extending cooperation in the field of Energy Efficiency and Energy Conservation Measures.

The MoU was signed between Bureau of Energy Efficiency, Ministry of Power, Government of India and Department of Energy, Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources, Royal Government of Bhutan.

As part of this MoU, India aims to assist Bhutan to enhance energy efficiency in the household sector by promoting star labelling programme developed by Bureau of Energy Efficiency.

The formulation of building codes, to suit the climate condition of Bhutan, will be facilitated based on India's experience.

The creation of a pool of energy professionals in Bhutan is envisaged by institutionalising the training of energy auditors.

The training of retailers would help in the dissemination of energy-efficient products with the consumer audiences regarding savings from star rated appliances.

India aims to support Bhutan in its endeavour to develop and implement the Standards and Labelling scheme.

Energy intensive Appliances are the main products leading to higher consumption at household or at commercial establishments.

In view of the rapid growth in energy intensive consumer goods, the demand for electrical energy has been increasing every year.

This rising demand can be optimised, if the consumers prefer high efficiency appliances.

BEE is spearheading the country's Star-labelling programme that now covers 37 appliances used in daily life.

The MoU has been prepared by Ministry of Power in consultation with Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) and Department for Promotion of industry and internal Trade (DPIIT).

The MoU will enable exchange of Information, data and technical experts related to Energy Efficiency and energy conservation between India and Bhutan. It will help Bhutan to ensure availability of energy-efficient products in the market.

The MoU will analyse energy efficiency policies and cooperation in the field of energy efficiency research and technology deployment.

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