Prof. Vishal Garg from IIIT Hyderabad presented the current findings in the RESIDE project and the upcoming surveys and monitoring of energy consumption in homes spread across the five different climatic zones in India in order to build up a new, open access database for policy and practitioner communities in India.
The roundtable was sponsored by Prayas (Energy Group) and the Centre for Policy Research
India plans first residential building energy code: RESIDE project prepares ground for high quality, low energy, housing
The award ceremony for the India-UK Collaborative Projects on 19th February 2018 at the Shangri La Hotel in New Delhi introduced all partners in projects in awarded projects to the 'Energy Demand Reduction in Built Environment' Programme.
The ceremony also included the release of the brochure on DST NERC Programme on Energy Demand Reduction in Built Environment, and the release of Dossier on Initiative to Promote Habitat Energy Efficiency (I-PHEE).
UK Science Minister, Jo Johnson MP announces international energy research investments.