The average Indian household consumes around 1,300 kilowatt hours of energy per year.
According to the latest data from the Energy Information Administration (EIA), that figure is likely to increase in the next few years.
The average household will get a boost of around 2,000 kilowatts of electricity from 2022, up from 1,200 kilowats in 2020.
According to the EIA, electricity consumption will be up by 1,600 kilowat-hours per household in 2022, or 1.1% of the total household energy use.
The average Indian consumes around 2.5 kilowaters of energy a day.
What’s the future of energy?
Energy is increasingly an integral part of India’s economy.
Since it was created in 1947, India has grown rapidly and today accounts for more than half of global energy consumption.
It is estimated that the country will consume around 1 trillion kilowATT hours of power by 2050.
This will make it the world’s largest electricity consumer by far.
However, with a population of around 1.3 billion, India will need to reduce its energy use in order to remain competitive.
In a world where the world is becoming increasingly urbanized, India is looking to use less energy in order for it to remain viable.
India has also started to diversify its energy sources.
In 2022, it will be exporting electricity from the new coal-fired power plants it built to the Asian markets, and it will also build wind and solar power plants.