Futuristic Energy Sources by R. Chidambaram Principal Scientific Adviser to the Government of India Special Address at 7 th Non-Fossil Energy Summit organized by India Energy Forum on 12 th September, 2007 at New Delhi The Energy Need
by R. ChidambaramPrincipal Scientific Adviser to the Government of India
Special Address at 7th Non-Fossil Energy Summit organized by India Energy Forum on 12th September, 2007 at New Delhi
India needs to substantially increase its per capita electricity consumption to catch-up with the ‘developed’ part of the world.
from National Energy Map for India-PSA/2006/3 by TERI
Societal Industry or Strategic Interest
The Possible Dominant Linkages among Needed Research
and Development Efforts
Report on our website www.psa.gov.in
Authors: Dr. V.K. Saraswat, DRDO; Dr. Anand Patwardhan, TIFAC and Dr. V. Sumantran, formerly Executive Director, Tata Motors Limited.
Authors: PSA’s Office; Shri S. Chaudhuri, CMPDIL and Dr. Leena Srivastava, TERI.
Author: Shri S.K. Goyal, BHEL.
Authors: Dr. Baldev Raj, IGCAR and
Shri S.K. Goyal, BHEL
Authors: Dr. Anand Patwardhan, TIFAC; Shri R.P. Verma, IOC; Dr. Leena Srivastava, TERI; Shri M.C. Nebhnani, NTPC and Shri A.K. Goel, PCRA
Vetted by: Dr. Pushpito Ghosh, CSMCRI.
Authors: PSA’s Office, based on the inputs received during and after a brainstorming session that it had organized in New Delhi on the 11th of October, 2006 on “Hydrogen for Energy in India”. The contribution made by the MNRE is also acknowledged.
Author: Shri A.K. Shukla, CECRI.
Authors: PSA’s Office, based on the inputs received during the National Conference on Advances in Technologically Important Crystals (NC-ATIC), held in the Department of Physics and Astrophysics, University of Delhi, Delhi, during October 12-14, 2006. The input received subsequently from Dr. S.C. Sabharwal, BARC, is also acknowledged.
Author: PSA’s Office (The material used from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LED), is gratefully acknowledged).
Authors: Shri S.N. Marathe, ARAI; Dr. G.K. Sharma, CIRT and Dr. Arun Jaura, Mahindra & Mahindra Limited.
The Government has constituted an Expert Committee on Impacts of Climate Change.
The Terms of Reference of the Committee are:
(a) To study the impacts of anthropogenic climate change on India
(b) To identify the measures that we may have to take in the future in relation to addressing vulnerability to anthropogenic climate change impacts.
(c) Any other item related to (a) & (b) above.