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CAG recently conducted a walk-through energy audit in Lakshanaa Pulverising Industries, a cement blending factory in Salem to decode the energy-saving avenues hidden within the cement blending process.

Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) play a crucial role in the Indian economy, contributing significantly to our industrial outputs and exports. MSMEs constitute more than 90% of all industrial units in India and employ over 110 million people. They contribute to about 28% of India’s gross domestic product (GDP) and account for more than 45% of industrial output.

Any organisation that constantly interacts with its customers to ensure a steady source of revenue, requires a customer-centric approach.  This necessitates putting the customer at the centre of all their decisions related to delivering products, services and experien

In previous editions of the blog, competition law and its implementation in India was discussed in detail. With the economy developing at a rate faster than has ever been witnessed before, competition law has had to evolve quickly by adapting to these changes.

Consumers are all too familiar with the frequent power cuts - both from personal experience and from the many newspaper reports on this.

“Eco-friendly electric vehicles (EV) do not pollute our environment, but the

India’s G20 presidency comes at both opportune and challenging times from an energy transition perspective. India has committed to moving away from its traditional dependence on fossil fuels and embracing renewable energy sources. However, this transition needs to be just and balanced; and it is not just about installing solar panels and wind turbines.

In the previous edition of this article, we explored the concept of greenwashing, looking at  consumer impact in particular. This will  explore some of the tangible steps like formulating frameworks to protect consumers from greenwashing strategies, and how countries can tackle  this issue at a global level.

Setting the Context: The year 1860 witnessed the invention of the world’s first solar energy system by French inventor Augustin Mouchot. He predicted that our coal supply would eventually run out; and that power would be produced from solar energy.