Will Gaza jeopardise India's energy resilience?
November 1, 2023
| Dr Saswata Chaudhury and Dr Sanchit Saran Agarwal
Given all the challenges, short- or medium-term geopolitical disturbance like Gaza would not be expected to influence the momentum to India's energy transition but India will definitely follow its own decarbonisation pathway, write Dr Saswata Chaudhury, Senior Fellow & AC, and Dr Sanchit Saran Agarwal, Associate Fellow, Energy Assessment & Modelling Division, TERI.
India needs to develop vibrant low carbon manufacturing industry
August 5, 2023 |
August 5, 2023
As India has set ambitious net-zero and energy transition goals, which is directly linked to sustainable development goals it will have to develop a vibrant low carbon manufacturing industry says Dr Vibha Dhawan, Director General, The Energy and Resources Institute.
Aiming for a greener future, Tata Power Delhi Distribution Organized its First Ever Urja Arpan Conclave
April 25, 2023 |
June 14, 2023
Tata Power-DDL is working closely with global NGOs, premier academic institutions, and customers to create behavioural change among society at large, especially the youth, and is supported by The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) as Knowledge Partner.
India explores power links with Saudi Arabia, UAE
April 24, 2023 |
June 14, 2023
India would assess multiple power transmission corridors and select the most feasible routes for the global grid connectivity project says Mr A K Saxena, Senior Fellow & Senior Director, Electricity & Fuels Division, The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI).
Women, Energy Justice and Community Radio: Harmonizing the Wavelength
January 29, 2023
| Energy Review, Vol 5(1)
In this article the author discussed about the unique accomplishment of a project implemented by The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) with support from Innovate UK in 2021. The project successfully addressed the tripartite challenges related to energy access, gender empowerment and just transitions in Mukteshwar, Uttarakhand. The project involved launching various renewable energy-based technologies, one being the installation of solar PV system to support the operation of the Kumaon Vani - 90.4 MHz.
A credible G7 just energy transition partnership with the global south
June 25, 2022
| Mr Dipak Dasgupta, TERI and Mr Jean-Charles Hourcade is former Director of CIRED in France
| ET Energy World
The most difficult part will be financing the support to the social costs of the fossil fuel transition. In India, this involves displacement risks and costs to the very large coal and thermal power sectors, with over a million workers, several hundred thousand formal employees, pensioners, trade union workers, and social services. Transition plans will need to be designed, by the countries themselves, to allow least social cost and capture significant co-benefits (air quality).