18 Apr 2019| Ms Lalitya Reddy
Buildings are energy guzzlers
India is facing formidable challenges in meeting its energy needs. Domestic and commercial building sectors account for approximately one-third of total electricity consumption and these sectors are likely to consume around 37% of electricity in 2020-21. The commercial buildings sector which comprises office buildings, hotels, hospitals, educational institutes, retails malls, etc., consumes 9% of total electricity consumption in India.
18 Apr 2019
TERI's analyses suggests that industrial sector and secondary particulates are key sources of air pollution that should be focussed on
18 Apr 2019
Important to address socio, psychological and cultural barriers to ensure reuse of treated waste water
11 Apr 2019
भूमि अधिग्रहण को सुचारू बनाने के लिए एसआईए के तहत परामर्शदायी समझौता वार्ता महत्वपूर्ण प्रक्रिया है
04 Apr 2019
Mr CK Mishra, Secretary, Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change, gave the keynote address at the launch of TERI's annual data yearbook
02 Apr 2019
Apart from helping smoothen grid integration of renewables, battery storage can also help discoms with demand side management
01 Apr 2019
Research under the COBENEFITS project suggests that shifting to more renewable energy in power generation would also lead to employment generation, better health, and cleaner air
20 Mar 2019
In order to provide state level support to India's commitment to achieve additional carbon sink of 2.5 to 3 billion tonnes of CO2 by 2030 (two thirds potential of this target is with agroforestry), the state of Uttar Pradesh (UP) has taken the initiative to plant 22 crore saplings in July 2019.
07 Mar 2019
Studies show that 90 per cent of pharmaceutical wastewater treatment plants release pharmaceutical residues into soil and water, providing ideal breeding grounds for drug-resistant bacteria
22 Feb 2019
Eco-Cities India is a multi-year technical advisory programme, established under the European Union (EU) -India Cooperation on Clean Energy and Energy Efficiency. A climate-change focussed initiative, the programme is structured around five cities—Bengaluru, Bhubaneswar, Chennai, and the Mumbai and Pune metropolitan regions.