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Dread in the air as the season sets in

03 Jul 2020
| The Hindu Business Line

After encountering a belligerent southwest monsoon in the last two years, four states in its path view the monsoon with increasing fear and concern. In the last two years, a belligerent southwest monsoon wreaked havoc as it set off from Kerala and travelled through Karnataka, Goa and Maharashtra, the three other states along the Western Ghats. Ms Ashwini Pai Panandiker, Fellow at TERI (The Energy and Resources Institute) in Goa, who is studying the recent extreme rainfall events in the Gao

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Over 97% emissions in Himalayas due to household space heating

01 Jul 2020
| Outlook

Over 78 per cent of the total emissions in the Indian Himalayan region are from space heating in residential dwellings in rural areas, with 71.4 per cent attributed to the northern states of Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Jammu and Kashmir, according to a recent report, Sustainable Space Heating Solutions in the Himalayan Region that studies the impact of the adoption of new clean energy technologies on emissions in the region by the WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature) and TERI (The Energy

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International Energy Agency features Kolkata electric buses’ success story in its flagship publication -- Global Electric Vehicle Outlook (GEVO) 2020

16 Jun 2020
| BW Smart Cities

As part of its extensive work on electric vehicles, IEA published a case study on the impacts of increasing the share of e-buses in the state of Kolkata in India. TERI conducted the case study with support from the IEA, the West Bengal Transport Corporation and the Department of Transport, Government of West Bengal.

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Connecting Technologies Shaping Future Of Mobility

10 Jun 2020
| Auto Tech Review

Increasing vehicle sophistication has brought connected technologies to the fore, necessitated by various factors. According to Mr I V Rao, Visiting Senior Fellow, Centre for Sustainable Mobility, TERI, and former Senior MEO, Engineering & Director, Maruti Centre for Excellence, connected technology holds lot of promise, but will take time before it emerges as a mass market product in the Indian context.

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Energy transition: Hydrogen use in India's energy mix can grow 10 times by 2050

10 Jun 2020
| Energy Infra Post

The potential scale of hydrogen use in India is huge and can increase in a range between 3 times and 10 times by 2050, facilitating the transition to a carbon neutral economy, according to TERI.

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Energy transition: Hydrogen use in India's energy mix can grow 10 times by 2050

10 Jun 2020
| Energy Infra Post

The potential scale of hydrogen use in India is huge and can increase in a range between 3 times and 10 times by 2050, facilitating the transition to a carbon neutral economy, according to TERI.

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OIL appoints consultant to study environmental impact of gas well blowout in Assam

07 Jun 2020
| The Hindu

OIL has engaged TERI for bio-remediation for impact of blowout on environment and site assessment was carried out jointly by officials from TERI and OIL.

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Need To Conserve Biodiversity By Conserving Water Resources

05 Jun 2020
| Smart Water & Waste World

One of the world's toughest lockdowns against the coronavirus, which has caused nearly 217,000 infections and more than 6,000 deaths in India, kept out most of the industrial waste that normally clogs the Yamuna. That was the key reason for the better water quality, said Mr Anshuman Jaiswal, TERI.

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Green thrust to economic recovery

02 Jun 2020
| The Hindu Business Line

With regard to the renewable energy sector, as and when the domestic market opens in a post-Covid scenario, a substantial downward revision in the trajectory for demand growth is expected, along with a slower growth rate. According to Dr Ajay Mathur, Director-General, TERI. this will impact the required trajectory of generation capacity expansion, in order to meet demand growth. There was already had a situation of overcapacity in the thermal (read coal) sector prior to Covid, which led to

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COVID-19 Scare: 61 Per Cent Commuters Won't Take Mumbai Locals Any Time Soon

29 May 2020
| Mid Day

According to TERI, the urban transportation landscape is likely to undergo significant changes due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.

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An electrifying future for power plants

27 May 2020
| EPR Magazine

According to Mr A K Saxena, Senior Director, Electricity and Fuels Division, TERI, delicensing of generation in 2003 and demand projections kindled interest of developers in generating capacity addition. There was a spurt in the capacity addition during the 10th and 11th Five Year Plan. During the last few years, the generation capacity is far in excess of demand which can be met economically. It certainly puts a pressure on the financial performance of the generating companies.

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An electrifying future for power plants

27 May 2020
| EPR Magazine

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