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GRIHA Council joins hands with Indian Institute of Architects to promote green buildings

01 Aug 2019
| Edexlive

GRIHA will promote adoption of sustainable building materials and strategies to increase the green building footprint in the country.

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TERI has solution to stop stubble burning in Punjab, Haryana — convert residue into fuel

27 Jul 2019
| The Print

The study conducted by TERI shows there is a huge demand for solid fuel to run cold storage units and brick kilns in the two states.

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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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Climate-resilient traditional practices can protect rural livelihood

21 Jul 2019
| Outlook

Imprudent use of water in the agriculture sector, said Dr S K Sarkar, Senior Director, 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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Has solar lost its sheen for India's EV push?

09 Jul 2019
| PV Magazine

Terming the mega investment scheme a huge boost for renewables, Mr Ajay Shankar, Distinguished Fellow, TERI, said: "The Union budget demonstrates the government's vision of putting India on the path to sustainable development and takes forward the government’s commitment to a cleaner environment, as was highlighted in the interim budget."

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With no new money, India's water ministry struggles

09 Jul 2019
| India Climate Dialogue

There is now an experiment to pay farmers to save water, being tried in three villages of Punjab by TERI. The farmers are being told that if they use less than a certain amount of water, they will be paid for every litre they save.

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Decentralisation, awareness focus areas for waste management in Panaji

09 Jul 2019
| The Goan

Following a citizen perception survey, a team of TERI and German government agency GIZ has concluded that decentralization and creating awareness of the solid waste management laws among stakeholders including residents is the way forward to establish a sustainable solid waste management system for Panaji, Goa.

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Chandrayaan-2 launch vehicle to be moved to launchpad by Sunday

05 Jul 2019
| The Hindu

Delivering the convocation address, Dr Ajay Mathur, Director-General, TERI, urged the space sector to take up the challenge of developing affordable electricity storage, through which electricity generated in daytime could be stored for use at night.

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Electric Vehicles: As Government Pushes For Faster E-Mobility Adoption, Auto Industry Raises Concern Over The Rush

03 Jul 2019
| NDTV Swachh India

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