This report is a follow-up to our report ‘Self-reliance in Defence production: The unfinished agenda’ released in 2014, after the new government assumed office. Based on an industry survey, we had made specific recommendations for boosting the indigenization of Defence equipment.
Indian cement industry is one of the highly energy intensive industry which has a robust growth trajectory over the past decade. Indian cement industry is the 2nd largest producer of cement in the world with a total installed capacity of 350 million MTPA.
India, in this competitive global environment, is starting from a position that is far from advantageous. India’s manufacturing sector, with a 15% share of overall GDP, compares poorly with peers like Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia.
The fourth industrial revolution is already on its way. Revolutions are fast, disruptive and destructive. And there is no going back. Is India prepared for the change? Industry 4.0 will be a challenge and may also have the answers for India's continued advantage in the global manufacturing industry.
Manufacturing sector is the backbone of any economy. It fuels growth, productivity, employment and strengthens agriculture and service sectors.
Mobilising energy efficiency is an urgent priority. To transition to the sustainable energy system...
India is growing fast. Energy is central to achieving India’s development ambitions, to support an expanding economy, to bring electricity to those who remain without it, to fuel the demand for greater mobility and to develop the infrastructure to meet the needs of what is soon expected to be the world’s most populous country.
India is at an important inflexion in its journey towards sustainable and inclusive development that ensures a resource efficient future along with environmentally benign business growth. Unlike most developed economies, India faces the formidable challenge of achieving economic development while fulfilling significant commitments toward climate action.
India is at an evolving stage in its growth story. A viable energy strategy is critical for sustaining this growth. In this era of global cooperation, as India works towards initiating and intensifying preparations of its Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs) for the COP21 in Paris
The manufacturing sector is key to promoting and diffusing technological change, which in turn is a crucial driver of competitiveness and economic growth. Industrial development therefore has great potential to achieve a number of social objectives including high rates of employment.
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