Is India on the cusp of a nuclear energy renaissance?

15 Apr 2024 |
Mr K Ramanathan
| 360info

Removing institutional bottlenecks will attract foreign and domestic participation in India's nuclear energy programme, says Mr K Ramanathan, Distinguished Fellow, Electricity and Renewables Division, TERI.

GDP growth should be a corollary of job creation

03 Apr 2024 |
Mr Ajay Shankar
| The Tribune

It is time for a paradigm shift. The focus needs to shift from GDP growth to the creation of more productive and better-paying jobs, says Mr Ajay Shankar, Distinguished Fellow, TERI

Improving post harvest management through portable Solar Cold Storage systems – A case study from the Northeastern part of India

02 Apr 2024 |
| Mr Ramchandra Pal, TERI and Dr. Manjushree Banerjee, Independent Researcher
| AgriTech Tomorrow

This case study highlights the successful implementation of the project carried out by NRL and TERI in Bokakhat town, Golaghat district Assam, North East India. The local farmers were informed about the Solar-Powered Cold Storage through the field staff and the District Agriculture Department. About 40 farmers started using Solar Cold Storage facilities in a year, primarily for storing potatoes, says Mr Ramchandra Pal, Deputy General Manager, Social Transformation & CSR, TERI and Dr. Manjushree Banerjee, Independent Researcher.

Rooftop solar poses challenge to power regulators

31 Mar 2024 |
Mr Ajay Shankar
| The Hindu Business Line

State regulators must get Discoms to make demand projection for peaks, and procure and price power accordingly, says Mr Ajay Shankar, Distinguished Fellow, TERI.

Where is your waste going, ever wondered?

30 Mar 2024 |
| Dr Surbhi Tak
| The Financial Express

Besides the sanitation aspect, treated wastewater also holds economic value, says Dr Surbhi Tak, Associate Fellow, Circular Economy & Waste Management Division, TERI.

India needs to douse its many water fires

22 Mar 2024 |
Dr Syamal Kumar Sarkar
| The Hindustan Times

Clean water access is a stepping stone to economic growth, says Dr Syamal Kumar Sarkar, Distinguished Fellow, Water Resources Division, TERI.

India's Solar Journey

20 Mar 2024 |
Mr Ajay Shankar
| The India Forum

India's National Solar Mission was initiated in 2010 when the country's solar power capacity was minimal. It has been a transformative journey as India now has the fourth largest solar power capacity in the world, yet more needs to be done to encourage generation and use of solar power, says Mr Ajay Shankar, Distinguished Fellow, TERI.

Reuse treated wastewater

18 Mar 2024 |
Dr Nupur Bahadur
| Deccan Herald

Innovative policies could provide the lifeline Bengaluru needs for a sustainable future, says Dr Nupur Bahadur, Senior Fellow and Associate Director, Circular Economy and Waste Management Division, TERI.

Push for renewable energy welcome, but focus on adaptation

02 Mar 2024 |
Ms Suruchi Bhadwal
| Tribune

The climate disasters that have happened in recent years, especially in HP and Uttarakhand, call for a dedicated allocation of funds for adaptation, says Ms Suruchi Bhadwal, Senior Fellow and Director, Earth Science and Climate Change Division, TERI.