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29 record(s) found in 'Energy Environment Technology Development'

 

There is a definite correlation between access to energy and education attainment and literacy among the rural and urban poor, says Mr Amit Kumar, Director, Energy Environment Technology Development, TERI.

Mr Amit Kumar, Director Energy and Environment Technology Division TERI, examines and evaluates the present scenario of the energy sector and and calls for a define road map and a forward looking planning with fresh perspectives in the sector.

There is an urgent need to shape India as a "Renewable Energy Hub" for the world, especially focusing on the emerging opportunities in the developing world, writes Mr Amit Kumar, Director, Energy Environment Technology Development, TERI.

National Clean Energy Fund must be used ingeniously to provide a much-needed impetus to development, incubation, and demonstration of emerging renewable/clean energy technologies, says Mr Amit Kumar, Director, Renewable Energy and Technology Application, TERI.

National Clean Energy Fund must be used ingeniously to provide a much-needed impetus to development, incubation, and demonstration of emerging renewable/clean energy technologies, says Mr Amit Kumar, Director, Renewable Energy and Technology Application, TERI.

Ankit Narula, Research Associate, Renewable Energy Technology Applications, TERI studies the Wind Forecasting Methods and discusses the current challenges for Indian Wind Developers in this area.

Amit Kumar, Director, Energy Environment Technology Development, TERI talks about the application of hybrid renewable energy technologies in rural applications.

Given India's energy shortage, integrating the renewable energy resources and distributed generation with conventional grid could be a more feasible option, says Parimita Mohanty, Fellow, Centre for Distributed Generation.

TERI's Smart Mini-Grid system, the first of its kind, shows the way in power generation from renewable resources and intelligent distribution of load through smarter controls.

 

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