Airplanes can give wings to self-reliance
July 8, 2020
| The Hindu Business Line
A National Mission for design and development of passenger aircraft can help India create a globally competitive industry. The vision of self-reliance in a globalised economy has to be crafted for present-day realities. A major pillar should be developing Indian products in the frontier areas of technology.
Could India's Dependence on China Weaken its EV Ambition?
July 7, 2020 |
July 7, 2020
The Blue Circle
Leaning on China can be done away with in the long run, but right now, it will hurt the customer’s pocket, and could put brakes on India’s EV ambition. According to Mr Sharif Qamar, Associate Fellow, TERI, China has been a key player in the EV ecosystem in India. Its contribution ranges from component and fuel cell supplies to joint ventures with Indian corporations in manufacturing EVs.
International Energy Agency features Kolkata electric buses’ success story in its flagship publication -- Global Electric Vehicle Outlook (GEVO) 2020
June 16, 2020 |
June 16, 2020
BW Smart Cities
As part of its extensive work on electric vehicles, IEA published a case study on the impacts of increasing the share of e-buses in the state of Kolkata in India. TERI conducted the case study with support from the IEA, the West Bengal Transport Corporation and the Department of Transport, Government of West Bengal.
Connecting Technologies Shaping Future Of Mobility
June 10, 2020 |
June 10, 2020
Auto Tech Review
Increasing vehicle sophistication has brought connected technologies to the fore, necessitated by various factors. According to Mr I V Rao, Visiting Senior Fellow, Centre for Sustainable Mobility, TERI, and former Senior MEO, Engineering & Director, Maruti Centre for Excellence, connected technology holds lot of promise, but will take time before it emerges as a mass market product in the Indian context.
COVID-19 Scare: 61 Per Cent Commuters Won't Take Mumbai Locals Any Time Soon
May 29, 2020 |
May 29, 2020
According to TERI, the urban transportation landscape is likely to undergo significant changes due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.
Public transport usage to see decline after Covid-19 outbreak ends: Study
May 19, 2020 |
May 19, 2020
A perception study, based on a survey across 51 cities in the country from April 7 to 26 by TERI, revealed that 35% commuters are likely to change their mode of transport for work after the outbreak ends.