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India & China: Strategic Energy Management and Security

Amitabh Sikdar (Author) Bimal Kumar Sikdar (Author)
Synopsis China and India, which are the focus of this study, both are resources-rich and high-consumption countries. However, their exclusively dependence n single domestic resource of energy, limited resources to exploit clean and efficient form of energy have complicated the energy issue. Mandy policy-makers, strategists and scholars express significant concern over the implications of China's growing energy-requirements with increased economic capability.

The modern World realized the charisma of 'ENEGY' with the invention of electricity in the 17th century. This was followed by the demands of industrial revolution and ever-expanding commercial production, resulting in many countries transiting from under-developed to semi-developed and to developed states. The present trend of development, is found more intrinsically factored on dependence is found more intrinsically factored on dependence with common and converging economic developing-parameters, is something unique, which might not have envisaged during early period of industrial revolution where the few states which developed, did more or less in subjective isolation. The inter-dependence among various countries primarily linked by the energy and its resources, have led to development of new matrix with elements of uncertainty, fear of discontinuity among the nations who wish to sustain their developed nations.

This book is highly useful for a general understanding of energy related issues and to understand the present energy-crisis in a holistic way. This may induce vibrant thoughts it the planners, researchers, policy-makers, administrators and investors, and the class of community-thinkers. India's future energy-sector will need a multi-disciplinary attention and engagement of HR, where the future India's young population will roll as lead-managers after Information Technology and make the country ready to roll on energy.
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About the authors

Amitabh Sikdar

Amitabh Sikdar joined the Indian Audit & Accounts Department in 1975. He acquired vast and close experience in his career of audit profession for over 33 years through the auditing of many PSUS in India as also the United Nations Organization. He believes that the planners with disintegrated pieces of knowledge cannot optimally benefit the mankind, as such the nextgen planning must start after a holistic-synthesis  (structurally, functionally, complementarily and objectively) of the related branches of knowledge on any focused issue is complete at one stage, after all, one has to think universal and see through globalization in order to act global.

Bimal Kumar Sikdar

B K Sikdar joined the cadre of Indian Defence Services of Engineers in 1995, after having served in the department of Atomic Energy as scientific officer for almost eight years. He acquired vast theoretical and practical experiences in the field of energy and power sector. He is a Member of IEEE, alumni of IIT Kharagpur and Defence Services Staff College Wellington, which has helped him to visualize the energy aspect in a holistic way. He strongly believes that the time has come to understand the issues of energy in a pragmatic way with awareness among the common people to enable our nation to efficiently utilize the energy for sustainable development.

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Bibliographic information

Title India & China: Strategic Energy Management and Security
Format Hardcover
Date published: 27.07.2009
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Manas Publications
Language: English
isbn 9788170493471
length 446p., Tables; Figures; Appendix; Index; 22cm.