Dr. Gurudas Nulkar launched
the journal of TERRE YuCon,
the International youth Conference
organized by TERRE Policy
Centre in the month of February.
This conference was on the issues
of water, climate and sustainable
energy. Participants from India
and abroad participated to present
their research to the expert
jury panel of international professional
experience. On 20th March,
TEERE launched the water issue
of this journal on the occasion of
World Water Day which falls on
Assessing the potential of renewable energy as a primary source for residential college campuses – Evidences from SIC1
This exercise is being conducted at the Symbiosis Infotech campus (SIC) located in Hinjewadi, Pune, India. The primary objective of this study is to understand the consumption patterns and identify potential areas for improve- ment in energy consumption within a residential campus.
Campus sustainability at symbiosis infotech center
A sustainable campus is one that connects academic theory with social justice practice, promotes socially just and vibrant communities and develops process or management systems that help create a vibrant campus economy & high quality of life while conserving finite resources.
Vol 2 Issue 1 | April 2015, Author : BHARDWAJ ROHIT, LAGHATE AKHIL, GAURAV B. S. & HIREMATH RAHUL
Overview on working principle of tio2cdte semiconductor sensitized solar cells
In this paper we describe the preparation of TiO2/CdTe semiconductor sensitized solar cells (SSSCs). TiO2 nanoparticles were deposited on FTO glass substrates with array-like nanostructure.
Vol 2 Issue March | April 2015, Author : AZAM MAYABADI, VASHALI WAMAN, HABIB PATHAN & SANDESH JADKAR
Study of environment friendly piezoelectric material
Piezoelectric materials possess wide range of applications in present day technologies for sensors and actuators. This is because of their unique ability to change electric polarization in response to the mechanical stress devel- oped due to an applied electric field.
Vol 2 Issue 1 | April 2015, Author : RANJIT R. BORUDE, RUPA A. MARAL, DATTA M. GOTE, SWARDA D. PANDIT & J. PANT
Achieving energy efficiency under the montreal protocol while combating the funding paradox
A In this paper we will be discussing the economics of energy efficiency in India and the leap from HFCs to non-ozone depleting energy efficient alternatives. While discussing this shift we will outline the current and future energy requirements that may be needed to run the currently existing refrigerant and cooling sectors, and the energy savings we may achieve upon using higher energy efficient and less polluting alternatives.