Role of central and state governments, Electrical Engineering

Role of Central and State Governments

The subsequent roles of Central and State Governments are envisaged in the Act:

The Central Government will

  1. Notify rules and regulations under several provisions of the Act;
  2. Specify norms for processes and energy consumption standards for any equipment/appliances that consume produce transmit or supply energy;
  3. Specify equipment or appliances to be covered through this Act;
  4. Prohibit manufacture or sale, purchase or import of equipment or appliance, till like as appliance or equipment conforms to energy consumption standards;
  5. Ensure direct display of like particulars on label on equipment or on appliance and specify the manner in that it is to be displayed;
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