Ongoing Projects

Research on EC Guideline implementation in Indian industrial sector (2020-2021)

April 1, 2020
| Energy Efficiency

The Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE), with guidance of ECCJ and support of TERI, has prepared the Energy Conservation (EC) Guidelines for Indian industry sector covering both large, as well as small-scale industries. Based on EC Guidelines, select Designated Consumers (DCs) have prepared their Energy Management (EM) Manuals. BEE has planned to increase awareness of key stakeholders on EC Guidelines & EM Manuals and develop verification system for compliance with EC Guidelines.

Developing integrated river pollution management framework

April 1, 2020
| Water

TERI proposes to investigate the current situation of two river basins of India, the Yamuna and the Musi which are struggling with the problem of pollution, using ‘Systems Thinking’ approach.

CORES: Collaboration to Optimise Renewable Energy Systems: introducing affordable, reliable, portable energy solutions to remote communities in India and Africa

April 1, 2020
| Renewable Energy

The aim of the project is to improve the lives of people living in rural communities of Mukteshwar, India, and Mumbachala, Ngabwe District, Zambia. The work will involve providing secure access to affordable electricity, assess social inclusion and gender equality benefits to local communities.

Recycling of sugar factory ash to ceramic filters for application in sewage treatment

March 27, 2020
| Waste

The main objectives of this project are to: (i) Manufacture microfiltration membrane filters from sugar industry ash in an industrial facility. (ii) Fix manufacturing parameters for different compositions of sugar industry ash. (iii) Demonstration for sewage treatment in a membrane bioreactor under field conditions.

Capacity building of Ministry of Health for air pollution linked disease burden assessment for Delhi Hospitals

March 6, 2020
| Health & Nutrition

The main objectives of this project are to: Develop and pilot test a simple, yet effective and sustainable health facility-based digital application (App) for acute respiratory infections (ARI) surveillance; Assess the quality of information/data collated through the App and assess the appropriateness of reports generated for different stakeholders.

Third party quality assurance audit agency for the project "Solid Waste Management in Delhi"

March 4, 2020
| Renewable Energy

TERI will provide their services as Third Party Quality Assurance Audit Agency on nomination basis. The work assignment includes planning, designing, engineering, procurement, supplying, installation, testing, commissioning, and comprehensive operation and maintenance of 6 aerobic drum compost plant. The plant will have capacity 1 TPD each for treating bio-degradable/organic waste at nominated locations under the jurisdiction of NDMC.

Third party quality assurance audit for the project solid waste management in Delhi

March 4, 2020
| Renewable Energy

TERI will provide their services as Third Party Quality Assurance Audit Agency on nomination basis for the work of planning, designing, engineering, procurement, supplying, installation, testing, commissioning, and comprehensive operation and maintenance of 4 numbers of 5 MTPD containerized bio-methanation plants for 5 years for treating bio-degradable to generate electricity and enriched organic manure at nominated locations under the jurisdiction of NDMC.

India-Norway cooperation project on capacity building for reducing plastic and chemical pollution in India (INOPOL)

March 4, 2020
| Waste

The main objective of the INOPOL project is to build knowledge and capacity to tackle plastic and chemical pollution from important sources within key industries, public sector, and civil society.  The main goals will be to provide science-based knowledge that will support India’s ambitious targets to reduce plastic releases and to implement the Stockholm Convention on persistent organic pollutants.

Molecular breeding to develop resistance against anthracnose (fruit rot) in chilli

February 20, 2020
| Agriculture

Chilli anthracnose is one of the most devastating fungal diseases affecting the quality and yield production of chilli. In India, primarily, C. capsici and C. gleosporoides are the main Colletotrichum species causing major damage on the green as well as red ripe stages of chilli fruits. Although, these fungi can also cause lesions on the leaves and stems, the most economically important damage results from the fruit rot symptoms.