Development of polyolefin composites loaded with co-microencapsulated intumescent fire retardant system along with nanosized wear resistant additives
July 17, 2017
In this study a high temperature charring agent i.e. propane terephthalamide will be synthesized. This will be co-micro encapsulated with APP in melamine-formaldehyde resin. The microcapsules thus developed will be blended along with nanosized silicon nitride in LLDPE, PP, LDPE and HDPE. The microcapsules will enhance the fire retardancy. Thus, the developed blend will have effective fire retardancy.
Strategic activities to promote the dissemination of Japanese low carbon technologies in India (FY 2017)
July 10, 2017
The main objective of this project is to strengthen network between the stakeholders in Japan and India through a structured approach including 'on the ground projects' and matchmaking activities.
July 1, 2017
The project undertakes a comprehensive study on the greening of Andaman & Nicobar and Lakshadweep Islands. The objective is to study the options in de-carbonization of the energy portfolio for these islands and outline strategies for moving towards a low carbon pathway, in line with India's INDCs.
June 30, 2017
The project aims to develop a business case for redirecting / re-routing kerosene subsidies in India towards the solar product value chain, and in essence, to replace the use of kerosene for basic lighting at the household level by making comparable solar based lighting alternatives available and affordable.
June 15, 2017
TERI and IGES, along with interested stakeholders from India and Japan, will operationalize the Japan-India Technology Matchmaking Platform (JITMAP) which was initiated in the Financial Year 2016 to promote the dissemination of Japanese low carbon technology in India. Specifically the following key activities will be conducted in the Financial Year 2017: (i) Information collection and sharing; (ii) Feasibility studies; (iii) Dissemination and capacity building; (iv) Outreach activities.
June 13, 2017
TERI has been extensively working in Pathardi village, Mokhada in Palghar for over 4 years implementing several projects to make the village sustainable in terms of food, energy and water security. Creating better livelihood opportunities for the villagers of Pathardi, especially the women, are important in order to achieve the broader objectives of the project. Sustainable livelihood generation ensures a better shock and stress adaptability, better nutrition for the family members, better access to health services and the resultant low morbidity, thus leading to a better quality of life.
June 13, 2017
The project aims to provide Indian building market with external shading products that can reduce direct solar heat gain inside a building by more than 75%, while allowing natural daylight; and to design and demonstrate the potential of low energy radiant slab cooling, integrated with natural heat sinks and establish their operational mechanism for optimum comfort and energy efficiency.
June 9, 2017
TERI in collaboration with ONGC aims to achieve the following specific objectives: 1. To bring improved, clean, and affordable energy to identified secondary schools in Golaghat and Sibsagar through installation of a solar power plant in each school; 2. To improve the knowledge of the school authorities and children in solar energy and create a conducive atmosphere for learning and development of children; 3. To enhance ONGC's visibility in the region through appropriate branding and promotion of their CSR vision.
June 7, 2017
The project objective is to study the Economic Rate of Return (ERR) for various Renewable Energy Technologies (RETs) in India. The study comprises determination of Financial Rate of Return (FRR) for various RETs (solar/wind/biomass/ small hydro etc.) based on primary research and estimation of ERR based on secondary research of socio-economic costs and benefits from each RET, e.g. savings in carbon emissions, local air pollution, avoided health impacts, employment generation etc.
Traffic and air quality in India: Technologies and attitudes (TAQIITA) (Indo-Finland collaborative project)
June 2, 2017
Fine particulate matter is the pollutant of most concern in developing countries today on the basis of exposure, toxicity, and ambient concentrations. Two major contributors in transport to fine particulate air pollution are diesel vehicles and two-stroke engine gasoline vehicles. Due to strong motorization, India has become one of the biggest emitters of atmospheric pollutants. The country's fuel consumption in the transport sector has approximately doubled in every ten years since 1980.