TERI in the News

3 record(s) found in 'November 2017'

  • NRL lights up seven villages in Assam

    14 November 2017| United News of India

    Treading another step towards accomplishing its CSR objective of improving rural infrastructure, Numaligarh Refinery Limited provided Solar Home Lighting Systems (SHLS) to 290 un-electrified households in 7 villages in Assam during 2016-17. TERI was the partner Institute in planning, designing and implementation of the project. Villages covered under this rural electrification scheme are Lettekuchapori, Dhansiri Hahsara, Goroimari Balichapori, Borpak Nagabali, Madhabpur, Madhupur & Butalikhawa.

  • Gasifier plant landfill site to light up Navi Mumbai areas

    13 November 2017| The Times of India

    Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation will be commissioning a green waste for electricity generation at its Turbhe landfill site mid-December. It is a pilot project undertaken with TERI under the Eco City programme to reduce the carbon footprint. TERI has developed a gasifier that will be installed at the site to generate 20 KW (kilowatt) daily to light up the high masts at the landfill site.

  • Exemptions could reduce efficacy of odd-even scheme

    9 November 2017| PTI News

    In a statement, Mr Sumit Sharma, Associate Director, Earth Science and Climate Change Division, TERI, said that odd-even has limited potential for reducing pollution in Delhi. As per TERI estimates, it led to reduction of four to seven per cent last year. TERI recommends its use for limited period only during air quality emergency conditions. Exemptions given in the scheme could further reduce its effectiveness, Mr Sharma said.

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