TERI in the News

13 record(s) found in 'February 2005'

  • Heart-friendly mustard variety developed

    27 February 2005| The Hindustan Times

    A new mustard variety that is far more heart-healthy and resistant to plant diseases has been developed by TERI.

  • India gains carbon dollars

    27 February 2005| The Hindustan Times

    Currently, a tonne of CO2 emission saved can fetch between three to seven US dollars. "The price could have been as much as 25 dollars if the US had ratified the protocol," says Mr Yuvraj Dinesh Babu of TERI.

  • E-auction: brick-makers seek reservation, CIL sees no logic

    23 February 2005| The Financial Express

    According to TERI estimate of 1999, brick-making sector consumed around 22 MT of coal in 1998. Considering a 10% growth in coal consumption by this sector, the current consumption could be around 30 MT a year.

  • India, China set for big-rig oil partnership

    23 February 2005| Business Standard

    The Petroleum ministry is chalking out a blueprint for an alliance between India and China in the hydrocarbon sector. The tying up, however, will not be easy. "They would need to map strategies to which both the parties agree," Director-General of TERI, Dr R K Pachauri, said.

  • The Power List 2005

    21 February 2005| India Today

    Dr R K Pachauri, Chairman of the IPCC and Director-General of TERI, features among the top 50 Indians in the Power List 2005. The individuals "have been chosen for their ability to wield influence on the national stage in a wide area of activitites".

  • Investments to flow in for energy efficient projects: Kyoto Protocol comes into force

    17 February 2005| The Hindu Business Line

    With the Kyoto Protocol coming into force, many sectors including small hydropower generation, biomass, municipal solid waste management and sugar mill-cogeneration projects are likely to receive investments from countries aiming to meet their emission targets by 2012. "35 industrialized countries and the European Community are now legally bound to reduce their combined emissions of six major GHGs during 2008-2012, which is the first commitment period, to below 1990 levels," explained Mr Y D Babu of TERI.

  • TRAI releases paper on tariff comparison

    11 February 2005| The Hindu

    TERI has developed a web-enabled application software that can facilitate consumers in identifying the most competitive tariffs given a particular usage profile.

  • Pharma to rule in the 21st century

    10 February 2005| The Asian Age

    Having inaugurated the DSDS 2005 in New Delhi, the President of the Republic of Iceland, Mr Olafur Ragnar Grimsson also held talks with the Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh; President Dr A P J Abdul Kalam; and UPA chairperson Ms Sonia Gandhi.

  • TERI bags PCRA award

    10 February 2005| Deccan Herald

    TERI has won the Petroleum Conservation Research Association's Award for Excellence and Best Performance Improvement for the year 2004, for the second consecutive time.

  • Focus on sustainable development

    6 February 2005| The Hindu

    Showcasing environment-friendly technologies, the TERI Technology Exhibition for Sustainable Development was inaugurated by the President of Iceland Mr Olafur Ragnar Grimsson, at Dilli Haat. The exhibition will be open from 6 to 9 February 2005.