Projects

Australian Alumni Grants Scheme (AAGS) 2021

May 10, 2021
| Ongoing project
| Water

The key objectives are to:

Australian Alumni Grants Scheme (AAGS) 2021

May 10, 2021
| Ongoing project
| Water

Objective 1: Identify and benchmark the water management state of an Indian city using innovative and collaborative Australian-developed tools Outcome 1: Improved understanding of current water management and opportunities for improvement for a selected pilot city Objective 2: Showcase and promote the potential for implementing Australian-developed collaborative benchmarking tools for Indian ci

Cluster mapping of secondary steel sector in India and identification of minimum 2 clusters per sub sector for further deep dive activities

May 5, 2021
| Ongoing project
| Energy Efficiency

A data analysis of secondary steel sub-sectors at cluster level will be carried out to assess the energy consumption of the sector. The secondary steel sub-sectors covered under the study include foundry, forging, steel re-rolling, sponge iron, electric arc furnace and electric induction furnace.

Functional analysis of the triparticle interaction

May 1, 2021
| Ongoing project
| Agriculture

AABs may play many functional roles in rhizosphere or for AMFs function and such functions may also be a way by which mitigation or adaptation to environmental changes taking place since millions of years and may take place in future as well.

Assessment of carbon stocks of forest areas of selected Van Panchayats under UFRMP, and facilitate these VPs in generating carbon finance

April 9, 2021
| Ongoing project
| Forest & Biodiversity

 

The objective of the assignment is to assess carbon stocks of forest areas, generate carbon finance under voluntary carbon markets, prepare Project Design Document (PDD), preparation of MRs and their validation and verification of Projects for Voluntary Carbon Markets and building capacity of the community in carbon assessment and in generating carbon fina

Traditional agriculture for sustainable development: a Satoyama approach

April 1, 2021
| Ongoing project
| Environment

Traditional agriculture pertaining to shifting cultivation (locally known as Jhum cultivation) is being practiced in Northeast India including Nagaland since time immemorial.

To design Sustainable Energy Solutions for Efficient Health Services in Punjab

April 1, 2021
| Ongoing project
| Buildings

The aim of the study is to facilitate in providing reliable healthcare to all sections of the community by energy-efficient and sustainable healthcare services.

Traditional agriculture for sustainable development: a Satoyama approach

April 1, 2021
| Ongoing project
| Forest & Biodiversity

Traditional agriculture pertaining to shifting cultivation (locally known as Jhum cultivation) is being practiced in Northeast India including Nagaland since time immemorial.

Supporting clean energy adoption in Rural India

March 25, 2021
| Ongoing project
| Energy Access

TERI has installed around 25000 cookstoves in Bihar. From the use of these stoves, carbon credits are being generated. TERI with the support from VNV Advisory Services are able to sell these carbon credits and generate revenue. The same fund is being utilized for maintenance and replacement of cookstove and other components in Bihar engaging the women energy entrepreneurs.