Energy Efficiency and Access to Energy One Key Priority of the UN

Date: 25 November 2013

Lise Grande, UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative highlights how interventions made as part of UNDP’s partnership with the Ministry of Steel since 2004 have reduced fuel consumption by 20-25 percent and reduced greenhouse gas emissions by 25 percent. Ms. Grande was speaking at the launch of a new project on steel that will expand UNDP’s partnership with the Ministry of Steel from 34 to 300 steel re-rolling units across India.


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Improved Energy Efficiency in Steel Re-rolling Sector Results in Higher Profits and more Jobs
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Improved Energy Efficiency in Steel Re-rolling Sector Results in Higher Profits and more Jobs
Recognizing the success of a Ministry of Steel partnership with UNDP in helping small-scale steel re-rolling units reduce energy consumption by up to 30 percent, a new project will expand this partnership across the country. The scale-up is being supported by the Ministry of Steel, UNDP and the Australian Agency for International Development.

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Lise Grande is the UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative in India.

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Projects and Initiatives
Upscaling Energy Efficient Production in Small Scale Steel Industry in India

The project, in partnership with the Government of India and supported by AusAid, aims to upscale energy efficient interventions in the steel re-rolling mills sector and other sub-sectors of the small scale steel industry in India. This will enable mitigation of GHG emissions and lead to improvement in productivity.

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