TERI in the News

10 record(s) found in 'March 2005'

  • Aiyar in Pakistan in May for pipeline talks

    29 March 2005| The Asian Age

    The US effort to promote the Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India gas pipeline is not seen as an effective substitute, with TERI's Mr R K Batra pointing out that Turkmenistan does not have enough reserves to meet the needs of Pakistan and India.

  • TERI in technology tie-up with US vencap

    28 March 2005| Business Standard

    TERI has announced a partnership with GTI Ventures LLC of the US in research and development projects. GTI and TERI expect to launch their first commercial project in early 2006 focussing on the sophisticated research in microbial biotechnology for remediation of oil spills and Mycorrhizal technologies developed and patented by TERI.

  • Winds of change

    26 March 2005| Business Standard

    India's the fifth largest wind energy producer in the world. Mr Mahesh Vipradas of TERI says, "Ever since the 2003 Electricity Act, there have been regulatory commissions set up in different states to determine state policy, leading to clear policies being formulated in states such as Maharashtra, Karnataka, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Rajasthan.This has promoted regulation, and must in the long run help investment. Also, the capital investment in wind and thermal energy is the same; what you need more of is land. In India, land for wind energy is used when it is not otherwise being used for agriculture; so it's making unproductive land productive."

  • TERI in R&D partnership with USA's GTI Ventures

    26 March 2005| The Indian Express

    TERI has announced a partnership with GTI Ventures LLC of the US in research and development projects. GTI and TERI expect to launch their first commercial project in early 2006 focussing on the sophisticated research in microbial biotechnology for remediation of oil spills and Mycorrhizal technologies developed and patented by TERI.

  • GTI Ventures to commercialise TERI technologies

    25 March 2005| The Hindu Business Line

    TERI has announced a partnership with GTI Ventures LLC of the US in research and development projects. GTI and TERI expect to launch their first commercial project in early 2006 focussing on the sophisticated research in microbial biotechnology for remediation of oil spills and Mycorrhizal technologies developed and patented by TERI.

  • TERI partners GTI Ventures

    25 March 2005| The Hindu

    TERI has announced a partnership with GTI Ventures LLC of the US in research and development projects. GTI and TERI expect to launch their first commercial project in early 2006 focussing on the sophisticated research in microbial biotechnology for remediation of oil spills and Mycorrhizal technologies developed and patented by TERI.

  • Green cover for Gen X: Kolkata consciousness has evolved in stages to eco and energy conservation

    20 March 2005| The Financial Express

    Bengal Shristi will take advice from TERI to work out an energy saving system for the recently announced 75-acre township project in Asansol, a 'B' class city situated 250 kms from Kolkata.

  • TERI floats fund to check poverty in rural areas

    19 March 2005| The Financial Express

    TERI has launched INSTEP (Integrating New and Sustainable Technologies for Elimination of Poverty) Fund to raise money from NRIs for delivering a package of technology-based solutions in rural India to remove poverty and provide better life to the people.

  • India tries to sell Bharat to the West

    18 March 2005| The Times of India

    TERI has launched INSTEP (Integrating New and Sustainable Technologies for Elimination of Poverty) Fund to raise money from NRIs for delivering a package of technology-based solutions in rural India to remove poverty and provide better life to the people.

  • TERI to develop CDM projects

    5 March 2005| The Financial Express

    In view of the harmful emission restriction norms proposed under the Kyoto Protocol, TERI has inked an MoU with Japan Carbon Finance Ltd to prepare CDM projects for South Asia.

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