13 Aug 2019
The paper recommends development of 15 GW full value chain solar manufacturing capacity in India by 2024
01 Aug 2019
The increasing demand of water in agriculture, along with inefficient methods of irrigation, has aggravated the problems of water scarcity in India. There is a huge potential for micro irrigation systems (drip and sprinkler) to improve water efficiency in agriculture.
25 Jun 2019
TERI's policy proposal on building climate resilient infrastructure to inform the discussions at G20 summit 2019
24 Jun 2019
TERI's policy proposal on resource efficiency and circular economy to inform the discussions at G20 summit 2019
24 Jun 2019
TERI's policy proposal on energy transitions to inform the discussions at G20 summit 2019
30 May 2019
Bulk-procurement programmes can help the next generation energy efficient technologies penetrate the market by aggregating demand for the technology and establishing a demand market for participating manufacturers, thereby leading to rapid reduction in prices.
08 May 2019
All the trends and patterns put together in this paper have long-term implications for incomes and new livelihood opportunities not merely for the farm and off-farm sector but also for a range of people who directly or indirectly depend on the rural road network, and constitute new classes of stakeholders in the network, including industry, service sector, those who access local labour markets, primary producers including mining and quarrying; as well as manufacturers of consumer durables and consumer products.
25 Apr 2019
| Ms Tara Laan
| Mr Balasubramanian Viswanathan
| Mr Chris Beaton
A new report provides a six-step implementation plan for governments to switch kerosene subsidies to solar and ensure clean energy for all
29 Mar 2019
| UNSW Sydney
Managing the energy footprint of cities is one of the most challenging goals, and with the evolution and transformation of existing cities into smart cities, smart energy management (SEM) becomes an integral component of this urban transformation.
28 Feb 2019
| Dr J P Mishra, Adviser (Agriculture), NITI Aayog
| Dr Shresth Tayal, Fellow, TERI
Bundelkhand Drought Mitigation Package was implemented by erstwhile Planning Commission and now NITI Aayog in the 13 drought-prone districts of Bundelkhand region of Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh for reducing the adverse impacts of drought to the communities in the region. Bundelkhand package evolved with the consultation workshops held with the local stakeholders organised at village panchayat and district level. These workshops identified the key needs and shortlisted the key areas of interventions as expressed by the stakeholders.