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Cost, range are the greatest hurdles to EV adoption: TERI Director-General

21 Jul 2019
| Business Standard

We need to ensure that we have an EV policy that works, together with an understanding of why we want it, said Dr Ajay Mathur, Director-General, TERI.

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Transition to e-vehicles may take longer than 2030: TERI chief

17 Jul 2019
| The Economic Times

Electric vehicles could be a better alternative to fuel-based automobiles to mitigate air pollution, but the government's target to switch to e-vehicles in next 10 years is hard to achieve, TERI said, pointing out that consumers would need time to accept the change.

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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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First WSDS 2020 pre-event held in Monaco; Deliberates on Renewable Energy and Electric Mobility

13 Jul 2019
| BW Smart Cities

The international dialogue discussed renewable energy as a viable tool for clean energy transition and advancing of electric mobility in cities by addressing policy challenges.

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Soon, hire electric autos from Metro stations

28 Feb 2019
| The Times of India

The Namma Auto project is implemented by four consortium partners — Fondazione Acra (Italy), Enviu Foundation (the Netherlands), Women Health and Development and TERI.

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You're smoking, but you don't know it!

27 Feb 2019
| Deccan Herald

A study by TERI in 2006 revealed that vehicular pollution is the primary source of the dangerous PM2.5.

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Chennai Metro Rail Limited to launch electric auto feeder service today

10 Jan 2019
| The Times of India

Chennai Metro Rail Limited will launch an electric auto feeder service in collaboration with TERI. The move is aimed at promoting a greener mode of transport and reduce carbon footprint.

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Energy and Resources Institute to showcase project on EVs

17 Dec 2018
| Millennium Post

TERI will showcase a project on how Blockchain can be a driver to foster adoption of electric vehicles in the state at the two-day Global Blockchain Congress

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Reasons why Indian roads are dangerous, other than bad driving

16 Oct 2018
| The Times of India

Vadodara and Thiruvananthapuram seem to be more pedestrian friendly than many metros as less than 10% of the footpaths in these cities are encroached on, a field audit carried out for the Supreme Court Committee on Road Safety has indicated. On the other hand, Rajkot, Ahmedabad and Hisar are at the bottom with more than 80% of the total footpath length in these cities encroached upon. The survey done by IIT-Delhi, DIMTS and TERI as a part of an audit conducted for the apex court panel

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India’s leading oil companies must install vapour recovery systems: NGT

14 Oct 2018
| Rajya Sabha

India’s National Green Tribunal has told state-controlled oil companies to equip their stations with vapour recovery devices by October 31, in an effort to reduce toxic emissions at fuel stations.

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Boost Kolkata's tram infra, explore dual-use of overhead power lines: TERI

05 Oct 2018
| Business Standard

TERI has advocated bolstering the city’s tram infrastructure, including exploring the possibility of electric buses making use of the same overhead power supply network. Tram infrastructure should be improved. The state government can explore dual-use of tram overhead power supply network, as the same can be shared by electric buses, said TERI’s Director General Dr Ajay Mathur on the sidelines of a Bengal Chamber of Commerce and Industry programme.

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CESC looking at feasibility of setting up electric vehicle charging stations in Kolkata

04 Oct 2018
| The Hindu Business Line

Power utility CESC Ltd is evaluating the possibility of setting up electric vehicle charging stations in the city. According to Mr Debasish Banerjee, Managing Director, Distribution, CESC, the company is currently trying to understand the mechanism behind setting up and running such power stations. Mr Banerjee was speaking at a seminar on sustainable development jointly organised by the Bengal Chamber of Commerce and Industry and TERI. Dr Ajay Mathur, Director-General, TERI, said a lot has

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