25 Oct 2018
New Delhi, October 25, 2018: More than 40% of India's population is expected to reside in its urban centres by 2050 (UNDESA, 2014). While these rapidly expanding urban centres in India are the engines of economic growth, it is critical to relook at the ways in which we manage these challenges for enhancing the liveability of cities.
23 Oct 2018
Effective enforcement would be key to realizing benefits of the Hon'ble Court's directions
New Delhi, 23rd October: TERI welcomes the Hon'ble Supreme Court's order on regulating the sale and use of firecrackers in India. The order can be expected to bring down emissions and noise levels, dependent on effective enforcement.
09 Oct 2018
The two organisations held a ceremony to mark the successful completion of Project FLOW and felicitate its Ranchi stalwarts
04 Oct 2018
The various discussions at the summit identified key research areas essential to make habitats affordable and sustainable
16 Aug 2018
Joint scientific study report by commissioned by Ministry of Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises assesses the present source contributions towards PM2.5 & PM10 concentrations
TERI and ARAI conducted an exhaustive scientific study for Delhi-NCR to derive sectoral contributions to air pollution (PM levels) and project the future to develop air quality management plans. The study was based on 2 approaches (See report) :
01 Aug 2018
Duty on imported modules will increase solar power tariffs by around Rs.0.38 to Rs. 0.50/unit
August 1, 2018, New Delhi: Responding to the Ministry of Finance's notification to impose safeguard duty on imported solar panels, The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) today asserted that this move will raise tariffs of future solar projects in India, impacting the competitiveness of the solar power sector. This move is also likely to result in higher Average Power Purchase Cost (APPC) for the buying utilities and higher costs to the consumers.
17 Jul 2018
Bihar, 17 July, 2018: India has evolved from being a power-deficit country to having surplus power. Further, the Central government's Saubhagya scheme is working towards ensuring full village electrification by 2019. Public-private partnerships (PPP) can help realise that vision by plugging the gaps in the power-supply chain and providing clean, reliable, and affordable energy through distributed renewable energy (DRE).
GRIHA inaugurates 8th Regional Summit in Mumbai, aims to build core competencies in the state and Urban Local Bodies
29 Jun 2018
- GRIHA Council signs MoU with Public Works Department, Government of Maharashtra, for committing highest green building standards in Maharashtra
- Trains PWD officers to become GRIHA certified professionals
12 Jun 2018
June 12, 2018, New Delhi: Mahindra Lifespace Developers Ltd (MLDL) and The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) today launched the first-ever Centre of Excellence (CoE) to boost energy-efficient real estate in India. Energy-efficient building stock in India stands at less than 5% today; the CoE will leverage state-of-the art research techniques, tools and performance measurement solutions to boost the development of green buildings in India. This joint research initiative will focus on developing open-source and sc
03 Jun 2018
New Delhi, 3rd June 2018: Today, as a result of continued rural-urban migration and population growth, more than half of the world’s population lives in urban settlements. By 2050, cities are expected to house as much as two-thirds of the global population, making urbanisation one of the twenty-first century’s most transformative trends.