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16 record(s) found in 'Industrial Energy Efficiency'

 

For a long-term solution, the two states of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka must look objectively at agricultural practices and conserving water, says Prof S L Rao, Distinguished Fellow Emeritus, TERI.

India's quest for cooperation with hydro-rich countries beyond the borders has assumed added importance in context of the share of hydropower in the country's energy mix, says Mr K Ramanathan, Distinguished Fellow, Industrial Energy Efficiency Division, TERI.

Only about 25 per cent of currently estimated capacity has been developed so far and 66 per is yet to be taken up, say Mr K Ramanathan, Distinguished Fellow, Industrial Energy Efficiency division, TERI.

Energy security and global environment are high priority challenges for both India and Japan. Both sides need to deepen their technology cooperation, given that both are fuel-guzzling countries, says Mr Girish Sethi, Director, Industrial Energy Efficiency, TERI.

It is vital to develop long-term, cluster-specific programmes for adoption of energy-efficient technologies, says Mr Girish Sethi, Director, Industrial Energy Efficiency, TERI.

If India is to grow, our power system must be insulated from politicians and politics, says Prof S L Rao, Distinguished Fellow Emeritus, TERI.

Recent announcements on diesel, and FDI in retail and aviation were long-overdue and hardly qualify as reforms, says Prof S L Rao, Distinguished Fellow Emeritus, TERI.

It is almost impossible for Coal India to comply with the dictum of the PMO and still remain a profitable PSU, says S K Chand, Senior Fellow, Resources, Regulation and Global Security, TERI.

Coal India's monopoly would mean shunning the reform agenda of the sector and jeopardising plans for coal-based generation capacity addition, says S K Chand, Senior Fellow, Resources, Regulation, and Global Security.

The new era in the power sector, heralded by the Electricity Act 2003, has turned out to be too utopian to achieve, says Gurdeo Sinha, Senior Fellow, Resources, Regulation, and Global Security.

 

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