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Energy Management for a Sustainable Industry: Their Challenges and Scope

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  • Symbiosis Centre for Research and Innovation, Symbiosis International University, Lavale, Mulshi Taluk, Pune - 412115, Maharashtra, India

Abstract


Background/Objectives: The paper aims to study the development of sustainable industry at present with the challenges occurring at their every step. Methods/Statistical Analysis: The paper has undergone desk research and has come out with the scope and challenges of a sustainable industry. Findings: The energy driver is an important element of sustainability. The highly contaminated water is also a severe problem for the unsustainability of the industrial belt which has to be taken for further research. Applications/Improvements: The paper is original and claims to cover the sustainable industry which is an essential need for the planet.

Keywords

Challenges, Industry, Scope, Sustainability.

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