Megha Behal is working as an Associate Fellow and Area Convenor with The Energy and Resources Institute in the Sustainable Habitat Program.
With an experience of nearly 4 years, she is a master's graduate in Energy and Environment and was awarded a gold-medal during her Bachelor's in Architecture.
She has a profound interest in studying sustainable building materials and construction practices. She was involved in developing the Sustainability Assessment Tool (SAT) for evaluating the performance of building materials and systems in the context of social housing in India. Her previous engagements include evaluation of integrated daylight systems, resource efficiency audits, and energy retrofits.
In her capacity as an Associate Fellow in TERI she works on projects ranging from green buildings to energy efficient building materials to construction and demolition waste to identification of technological interventions to mainstream sustainable construction practices in the built environment.