Press Release

TERI suggests stringent measures to manage air pollution induced health crisis

07 Nov 2017

The air pollution levels in Delhi and surrounding regions are touching the emergency level of 300 μg/m3 for PM2.5, yet again as we approach the winters. There has been a gradual increase in these levels during the last 35 days (as illustrated in the figure below).

Top Indian and global institutes, including TERI, announce the launch of Collaborative Clean Air Policy Centre

03 Nov 2017

Along with its partners, TERI proudly announces the inception of Collaborative Clean Air Policy Centre (CCAPC), a new partnership among the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, Sri Ramachandra University Chennai, University of California Berkeley, and The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) Delhi.

Immediate need for technological upgrade in MSME sector: Giriraj Singh

31 Oct 2017

To facilitate interaction among industry, technology/service providers, policy makers, financial institutions and bilateral/multilateral agencies working in the MSME sector, TERI, in association with BEE, MoMSME, Government of India and SDC has organized a two-day National Summit focusing on energy efficiency among MSMEs.

TERI welcomes SC's move to restrict sale of firecrackers in Delhi/NCR

09 Oct 2017

The Energy and Resources Institute welcomes the restriction by Supreme Court on the sale of firecrackers in Delhi/NCR.

First Environment Technologies Conference sees industry pioneers brainstorming on water, waste and air pollution

26 Sep 2017

Inaugurating the conference on Tuesday, September 26, 2017, Mr Vijay Shivtare, Minister of state for Water resources and Water conservation, Maharashtra said, "India continues to face multiple challenges, in the areas of the environment, water and waste management etc. Mumbai and Pune together, generate over 12,000 tonnes of waste, which could be a great opportunity for the Industry to get into a BOT (Build, Operate and Transfer) kind of an arrangement to recycle and/or transform waste to energy.

TERI enters into sustainability partnership with state government to develop Smart City Amravati

14 Sep 2017

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed today between the Capital Region Development Authority of Andhra Pradesh (APCRDA), State Energy Efficiency Development Corporation of Andhra Pradesh (APSEEDCO) and The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) for implementation of Green Buildings and Sustainable Habitat at the upcoming new capital township of Amaravati.

Swiss President calls for "deeper cooperation" with India on "clean energy, climate change and sustainable development"

01 Sep 2017

On the occasion of the State Visit of Swiss President H.E. Mrs. Doris Leuthard in India and to celebrate the "70 Years of Swiss-Indian Friendship" initiative, an interactive Town Hall on "Energy Policy and Climate Change" with youth of India was held.

TERI and NISE sign MoU to develop R&D on solar energy

31 Aug 2017

The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) entered into a strategic association with the National Institute of Solar Energy (NISE) to achieve common objectives related to research and development of solar energy and related equipment and technology. TERI Director General, Dr Ajay Mathur, and NISE Director General, Dr AK Tripathi, signed the five-year memorandum of understanding at TERI.

Rapid growth in demand, technological progress will help minimize tensions between coal and renewables: Arvind Subramanian at TERI foundation day lecture

17 Aug 2017

The 16th Darbari Seth Memorial Lecture, organized by TERI annually, deliberated on the challenges and opportunities in decarbonising the power sector as we transition to a green future for the stable economic growth of India. The need to continue working towards India's renewable energy target of 175 gigawatts by 2022 was also reiterated at this year's Independence Day celebrations by the Hon'ble Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi.

BSES Rajdhani Power Limited (BRPL) joins hands with TERI for a strategic association to increase roof top solar PV penetration in India

06 Jul 2017

The Electricity Act, 2003 aimed to bring in a paradigm shift in the functioning of the power sector, distancing the sector from direct government control, corporatizing the sector and bringing it under the control of independent regulators.