Press Releases

  • DJB and TERI host Jal Jaagrukta award ceremony

    7 April 2006

    An award ceremony to felicitate the students and teachers who participated in various events conducted under Jal Jaagrukta, a school education programme initiated by TERI with support from Delhi Jal Board, was organized today. Smt. Sheila Dikshit, Hon'ble chief minister, NCT of...

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  • TERI sets up Uttaranchal's first 'high-tech' air pollution laboratory

    26 March 2006

    India's leading research and technology institute, The Energy and Resources Institute TERI), in collaboration with the Finnish Meteorological Institute (FMI), has inaugurated an air pollution-monitoring laboratory in Supi, Uttaranchal. Pollution aerosols are likely to have a...

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  • TERI School of Advanced Studies announces MBA programme in Infrastructure for professionals: First of its kind research-based programme in India

    14 March 2006

    The TERI School of Advanced Studies is pleased to unveil an MBA in Infrastructure, a programme with an orientation towards research dissertation for professionals. The course will allow professionals the flexibility to take up a research-thesis-based curriculum. Economical and...

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  • NTPC and TERI join hands for distributed power generation: 25 villages will be covered under the rural electrification project

    11 March 2006

    The Energy & Resources Institute (TERI) and NTPC Limited today signed a Memorandum of Understanding to jointly implement rural electrification through distributed generation schemes for a period of three years. The MoU is recognition of the importance for sustainable development...

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  • BP & TERI undertake India's biggest Biofuels Production project

    2 February 2006

    $9.4 million project funded by BP, expected to take 10 years, aims to cultivate around 8,000 hectares of land. BP and TERI announced today that they are to undertake a $9.4 million project by The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh to...

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  • TERI gets oil companies together to evolve LPG and Kerosene subsidy solution: BPCL, BP, Reliance, IOCL and HPCL endorse promotion of solar lighting and introduction of 'smart cards' in rural areas

    9 January 2006

    TERI today organized a panel discussion, involving senior representatives of both public sector and private sector oil companies in India, to discuss the issue of meeting the energy needs of the under-privileged in the country. While recognizing the challenge of making cooking...

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  • Asian Energy Institute to represent REEEP in India and South Asia

    30 November 2005

    The Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEEP) announced the opening of its South Asia Regional Secretariat within the Asian Energy Institute (AEI) in New Delhi today. South Asia is an important region for the REEEP. Improving access to energy for the rural poor...

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  • TERI announces GREEN Olympiad and TerraQuiz 2005 winners: Orissa DAV students chosen Hero Honda Environment Ambassadors from 60,000 participants

    25 November 2005

    The winners of the Seventh GREEN Olympiad and TerraQuiz 2005, international inter-school environment quiz competition organised by TERI in association with Hero Honda Motors Ltd and the Ministry of Environment & Forests, were today felicitated at a special ceremony at the...

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  • President Kalam inaugurates Bangalore International Centre: City gets forum for intellectual and cultural synthesis

    21 November 2005

    The Hon'ble President of India, Dr A P J Abdul Kalam, today inaugurated the Bangalore International Centre, a cultural and multi-activity hub in Domlur. Mr T N Chaturvedi, Governor of Karnataka was the guest of honour at the event that brought together the who's who of...

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  • Delhi colleges debate climate change issues in Youth COP 11: Canadian High Commission and TERI provide platform to students

    16 November 2005

    With the need to apprise young people of global policy issues like climate change as a primary motive, TERI, with support from the Canadian High Commission, organized a Youth COP 11 here today. The event had youth groups from various colleges of Delhi discussing and debating as...

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