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India : Energy-Efficient Street Lighting--Implementation and Financing Solutions

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https://openknowledge.worldbank.org/handle/10986/2191
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Energy Study
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World Bank
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2015-07-21T22:10:29Z
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2015-07-21T22:10:29Z
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2015-06
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2021-04-23T14:04:08Z
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There has been a clear need for energy-efficient (EE) technologies that can be applicable in the municipal street lighting sector. The objective of this manual is to support the preparation and implementation of street lighting projects in India, using performance contracting and other public private partnership-based delivery approaches. This manual draws upon global best practices, including practices that have been tried and presented within India and South Asia; and draws from their failures and successes to document the major lessons learned. The manual provides a brief overall background of EE in India, the kind of barriers faced in the implementation of EE projects, and the kind of prevalent policy environment for EE in the country. The manual is divided into eight sections. Section one provides an overview of EE street lighting, its components, Indian standards for outdoor lighting, the key lamp technologies, and the potential for intelligent street lighting systems. Section two highlights the financial models for implementation of street lighting projects. Section three describes the essentials of undertaking a detailed energy audit to develop robust baselines. Section four focuses on procurement and contracting. Section five describes methodologies for developing monitoring and verification (M and V) protocols for EE Street lighting projects. Section six brings together the useful tools and matrices in implementation of street lighting projects. Section seven lists the key stakeholders involved in India in such projects and their potential role. Section eight provides details on international and Indian case studies on implementing EE in street lighting and key lessons from these case examples.
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http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/2015/06/24724149/india-energy-efficient-street-lighting-implementation-financing-solutions
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http://hdl.handle.net/10986/22275
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English
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en_US
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Washington, DC
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CC BY 3.0 IGO
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World Bank
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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/igo/
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PUBLIC UTILITIES
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UTILITY BILL
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CARBON DIOXIDE
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ESP
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KILOWATT-HOUR
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QUALITY ENERGY
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GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS
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ELECTRICITY TARIFF
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BUILDING MATERIALS
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TRAFFIC DENSITY
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VEHICLES
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ACTIVITIES
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ENERGY COST SAVINGS
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GENERATION
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COLLECTION SYSTEM
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LOCAL TRAFFIC
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WIND
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CLEAN ENERGY
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EMISSIONS
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COLLECTION METHODS
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ENERGY PRODUCTS
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ROADWAY
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GAS
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RENEWABLE ENERGY PRODUCTS
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COMPACT FLUORESCENT LAMPS
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TRAFFIC
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SAFETY STANDARDS
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PRICE
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EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENT
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PEAK DEMAND
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RESIDENTIAL APPLICATIONS
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VOLTAGE
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ROUTES
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AIRPORTS
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DISTRIBUTION OF ELECTRICITY
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RENEWABLE ENERGY PRODUCT
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CONSUMPTION OF POWER
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GREENHOUSE GAS
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ELECTRICITY CONSUMPTION
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DRIVERS
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ELECTRIC UTILITY
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STREET LIGHTING
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PETROLEUM
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ENERGY POLICIES
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OIL PRICES
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ROAD
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EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENTS
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COSTS
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PEDESTRIAN TRAFFIC
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OIL
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TRAINING
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EFFICIENT LIGHTING
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TRANSPORT
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ENERGY SOURCES
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SUSTAINABLE ENERGY
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POWER SECTOR
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ENERGY REQUIREMENTS
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RAW MATERIALS
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PETROLEUM EXPORTING COUNTRIES
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ENERGY SUPPLY
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PHOTOVOLTAIC APPLICATIONS
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PEAK HOURS
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OPTIONS
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WATER
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ROAD USERS
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ENERGY RESOURCES
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ENERGY AUDIT
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ELECTRICITY SUPPLY
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HIGH ENERGY
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POLLUTION
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APPLIANCE STANDARDS
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GAS EMISSIONS
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MODAL SHIFT
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CARBON EMISSIONS
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INFRASTRUCTURE
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EMISSIONS REDUCTIONS
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ENERGY SAVINGS
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TRAFFIC CONTROL
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ENERGY CONSUMPTION
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EMISSION
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INITIATIVES
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MINOR STREETS
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CONVENTIONAL LIGHTING
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HEAT
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POLICIES
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CLIMATE CHANGE
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BALANCE
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UTILITIES
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FLUORESCENT LAMPS
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POWER
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ELECTRICITY
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ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS
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ARTERIAL ROADS
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UTILITY PAYMENTS
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CITY STREETS
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HEAT RESISTANT
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PUBLIC TRANSPORT
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ELECTRICITY TARIFFS
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VEHICULAR TRAFFIC
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VALUE OF ENERGY
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SIGNALS
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ENERGY BILLS
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ENERGY USE
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ELECTRIC BILLS
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STREETS
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PILOT PROJECTS
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OM
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ROADS
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ENERGY EFFICIENCY
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ENERGY DEMAND
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ENERGY SYSTEMS
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RAILWAYS
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CARBON DIOXIDE EMISSION
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POWER CONSUMPTION
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ENERGY CONSERVATION
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INVESTMENT
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SOLAR LANTERNS
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ENERGY DEVELOPMENT
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ACCIDENTS
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PEAK VALUE
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PEDESTRIAN
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TARIFF
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ENERGY MANAGEMENT
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FATALITIES
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FUEL
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CARBON FINANCING
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AVAILABILITY
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FACILITIES
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URBAN STREET
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INVESTMENTS
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PEAK TRAFFIC
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PEDESTRIANS
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SODIUM
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RENEWABLE ENERGY
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ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION
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NOISE
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ROAD TRANSPORT
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SAFETY
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ENERGY USAGE
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ENERGY COSTS
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FUEL COST
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PRICES
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APPROACH
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ELECTRICAL POWER
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AMBIENT TEMPERATURE
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STREETLIGHTS
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OPEN CIRCUIT VOLTAGE
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ROAD TRAFFIC
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ENERGY
dc.title
India
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dc.title.subtitle
Energy-Efficient Street Lighting--Implementation and Financing Solutions
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Report
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okr.date.disclosure
2015-07-16
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Economic & Sector Work
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Economic & Sector Work :: Energy Study
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http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/2015/06/24724149/india-energy-efficient-street-lighting-implementation-financing-solutions
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Energy and Extractives
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Social, Urban, Rural and Resilience
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yes
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090224b082f9c8ed_2_0
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24724149
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AUS7490
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en
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http://www-wds.worldbank.org/external/default/WDSContentServer/WDSP/SAR/2015/06/27/090224b082f9c8ed/2_0/Rendered/PDF/India000Energy0Financing0Solutions.pdf
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okr.region.administrative
South Asia
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India
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Energy and mining
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Energy efficiency in Heat and Power
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Urban development :: Access to urban services and housing
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Urban development :: Municipal finance
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Urban development :: Other urban development
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Energy :: Energy Conservation & Efficiency
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Energy :: Energy Demand
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Urban Development :: Urban Environment
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Energy GP SAR (GEE06)

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