NEW DELHI, June 23 (Reuters) - India's power secretary said on Tuesday the government would make energy efficiency labelling mandatory for automobiles by August, a move aimed to help energy conservation. H.S. Brahma told reporters the move is aimed at certifying the energy efficiency claims of automobile makers, and helping consumer make choices. "This will help consumers in choosing the right quality of vehicle. Many automobile producers say their car can give an average of 18 ...
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