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Fuel Choices for Transport and the Environment
The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) released this book in February 2004 to present the results of their feasibility studies on cleaner fuel technologies.

In choosing an appropriate fuel for the transport sector, the issue that faces policy-makers in India today is the choice of technologically feasible fuel options that reduce vehicle emissions at the least cost. Multiple options would allow the government to set emission standards and consumers and producers to make choices that minimize costs.

TERI has brought out this publication based on extensive research carried out in partnership with a number of public and private sector organizations both within India and the UK.

This publication presents the case for a standards-based policy that encourages consumers and producers to make efficient choices based on the availability of more than one clean-fuel option to help secure the desired environmental quality.

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