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Future to be Driven by Clean Mobility Powered with RE: Dr Ajay Mathur

15 Jul 2019
| Saur Energy

The future is expected to be driven by clean mobility powered with abundantly available renewable energy, said Dr Ajay Mathur, Director General, TERI.

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Powering the Ghats

01 Jul 2019
| Renewable Watch

Project team has developed a hybrid solar charging model that ensures continuous flow of electricity to the looms.

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Shift from kerosene to solar to improve power supply for households: Study

18 Apr 2019
| ET Energy World

Switching subsidies from kerosene to off-grid solar products would improve electricity access for households still reliant on kerosene, according to a study by the International Institute for Sustainable Development and TERI.

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Solar power tariffs will be lower than Rs 2.30/unit by 2030: TERI report

14 Feb 2019
| The Hindu Business Line

According to the TERI report, the levelised cost of electricity from ground-mounted solar projects will fall from Rs 2.87 a unit in 2018 to Rs 2.30 a unit in 2030

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Renewables to be preferred energy source by 2030: Report

13 Feb 2019
| The Hindu Business Line

Renewables would be preferred source of energy by 2030 with tariffs ranging between Rs 1.9-2.6 per unit for wind and solar power and storage cost declining by around 70 per cent, according to a report by Energy Transition Commission released on the sidelines of the World Sustainable Development Summit 2019.

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System to provide clean energy to off-grid populations developed

04 Feb 2019
| Business Standard

TERI, in partnership with STEAG Energy Services, has developed a system to provide clean energy to off-grid populations

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Solar pump testing and research lab coming up at TERI

18 Jan 2019
| PV Magazine

TERI has signed an agreement with the Maxop Research and Testing Institute to establish laboratories to test solar water pumping systems and other solar products in compliance with Bureau of Indian Standards regulations and international standards.

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Deal inked for biofuel research

31 Oct 2018
| The Hindu

The Department of Biotechnology has signed a three-year, Rs 11 crore deal with TERI to set up a centre to produce "advanced biofuels and bio-commodities." The bio-centre would be focussed on not only developing technology but also commercialising it. Other than fuel, by-products envisaged at the TERI-DBT Centre include food, feed, nutrition supplements, bio-plastics and novelty speciality chemicals.

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Invest kerosene subsidy savings in solar lighting: Study

22 Aug 2018
| Business Standard

A part of kerosene subsidy savings in India could be invested in helping the vulnerable section of society access clean lighting through off-grid solar lighting technologies, a new study has suggested. The study by International Institute for Sustainable Development and TERI explored the business model for a 'kerosene-solar subsidy swap’. It says a shift to solar lighting will reduce the need for ongoing expenditure on subsidies because any government support would help cover one-off capital

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Weather alarms highlight need to accelerate low-carbon economy

12 Aug 2018
| Business Standard

India has to offer a lot of positive examples of climate ambition and clean energy development, Director-General, TERI, Dr Ajay Mathur said. The growth of renewables, the increase in energy efficiency, scaling up of electric mobility and even the recognition of linkages between air quality and climate change all demonstrate the country's climate action, Dr Mathur said. The challenges posed by climate change offer a slew of opportunities for corporate houses to take the lead.

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CM inaugurates rooftop solar plants of 506 KW in Dwarka

05 Aug 2018
| The Pioneer

As part of BSES Rajdhani Power Limited's "Solar City Initiative - Solarise Dwarka", grid connected rooftop solar plants of 506 KW was inaugurated by the Chief Minister of Delhi. The Solarise Dwarka initiative is being implemented by BRPL in collaboration with TERI and Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ India) under its Indo-German Solar Partnership project.

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TERI lights up 50,000 Bihar households with solar home lighting systems

19 Jul 2018
| Mercon India

TERI has built a partnership with Bihar Rural Livelihoods Promotion Society's JEEViKA programme through an innovative institutional model to make clean energy products affordable to local women-based self-help groups (SHGs). To date, the program has benefitted over 50,000 households across Bihar by providing access to Solar Home Lighting Systems and clean cookstoves. The programme aims to complement the government's vision of enriching rural livelihoods by providing reliable electricity to

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