UTC Establishes TERI Center of Excellence Initiative in India

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UTC Establishes TERI Center of Excellence Initiative in India

With eye on urbanization, partnership will develop a foundation for energy efficiency in new and old buildings
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UTC and The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) Center of Excellence formed an initiative on Oct. 1 to focus on improving building technologies in India. Pictured, from left: Zubin Irani, Dr. R.K. Pachauri, Dr. Ernest Moniz, Dr. J. Michael McQuade, and Dr. Mili Majumdar

Dr. J. Michael McQuade (second from right) and Dr. R.K. Pachauri celebrate the announcement of the TERI Center for Excellence.

Dr. J. Michael McQuade delivers his remarks as a keynote speaker during the summit.

William Sisson, Director,Sustainability, UTRC participates in a distinguished panel session chaired by Ambassador Carlos Pascual on ‘Energy and Climate Change; The Road Ahead for US-India Cooperation’ held during the US – India Energy Partnership Summit 2014.

Thursday, November 20, 2014 - 9:00am

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Leaders from across UTC recently formed a partnership with The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) by establishing a Center of Excellence to improve building technologies in India. This partnership was launched at the end of the fifth annual U.S. - India Energy Partnership Summit in Washington, D.C. Addressing energy efficiency, access, security and technology, this year's summit was titled "Accelerating Resilient Growth and Development."

The newly formed UTC-TERI partnership will focus on advancing energy-use reportng frameworks and assessing those building energy rating systems currently in place. Click here to read more.

 

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Keywords: Energy | Building Sustainable Cities | Corporate Responsibility | India | Innovation & Technology | TERI Center of Excellence | UTC

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