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  7. 01 INSTITUTE CITY National Institute of Wind Energy (NIWE) Sardar Swaran Singh National Institute of Bio-Energy (SSS- NIBE): KURNOOL KAPURTHALA Solar Energy Corporation o MUMBAI India 4 National Institute of Solar Energy (NISE) GURUGRAM Choose correct matches: (A)1& 3 (B)2 & 4 (C)Only 3 (D)All

  8. 01 INSTITUTE CITY National Institute of Wind Energy (NIWE) Sardar Swaran Singh National Institute of Bio-Energy (SSS- NIBE): KURNOOL KAPURTHALA Solar Energy Corporation o MUMBAI India 4 National Institute of Solar Energy (NISE) GURUGRAM Choose correct matches: (A)1& 3 (B)2 & 4 (C)Only 3 (D)All

  9. NISE is an autonomous institute under Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, Government of India established to facilitate the Research & Development, Testing. Certification, Skill Development activities in the field of Solar energy technologies NISE also supports the ministry in the implementation of prestigious National Solar mission


  11. The Ministry has 5 specialized technical institution Thev are:- 1. National Institute of Solar Energy NISE: National Institute of Solar Energy, an autonomous institution of Ministry of New and Renewable (MNRE), is the apex National R&D institution in the field Solar Energy. The Government of India has converted 25-year-old Solar Energy Centre (SEC) under MNRE to an autonomous institution in September 2013 to assist the Ministry in implementing the National Solar Mission and to coordinate research, technology, skill development, training, consultancy, incubation and other related works. NISE is located in Gurugram, Harvana ain the National Solar Viss tchatelris NIE ated in rugranm.

  12. 3. Sardar Swaran Singh National Institute of Bio-Energy (SSS- NIBE): SSS-NIBE is an autonomous Institution of the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy. Govt. of India spread over a sprawling campus of about 75 acres, the Institute is marching towards development into a Global Centre of Excellence in the Bio-Energy

  13. 4sE Solar Energy Corporation of India SECI SECI is a CPSU under the administrative control of the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE), set up on 20th Sept 2011 to facilitate the implementation of JNNSM and achievement of targets set there in It is the only CPSU dedicated to the solar energy sector. It was originally incorporated as a section-25 (not for profit) company under the Companies Act, 1956 *SECI will become RECI after change of its name and then will take up development of all segments of renewable energy namely, geo-thermal, off-shore wind, tidal etc. apart from solar energy

  14. . National Afforestation and Eco-Development Board (NAEB) was set up in August 1992 for promoting the Afforestation, tree planting, ecological restoration and eco development activities in the country. . It gives special attention to the regeneration of degraded forest areas and lands adjoining forest areas, national parks, sanctuaries and other protected areas as well as the ecologically fragile areas like the Western Himalayas, Aravallis, Western Ghats etc.

  15. . Major function of the NAEB is to evolve mechanisms for ecological restoration of degraded forest areas and adjoining lands through systematic planning and implementation, in a cost effective manner. Another major function is to restore through natural regeneration or appropriate intervention the forest cover in the country for ecological security and to meet the fuel wood, fodder and other needs of the rural communities.

  16. The scheme titled National Afforestation Programme (NAP) has been formulated by merger of four 9th Plan centrally sponsored afforestation schemes of the Ministry of Environment & Forests, namely, 1. Integrated Afforestation and Eco-Development Projects Scheme (IAEPS), Area Oriented Fuel wood and Fodder Projects Scheme (AOFFPS), Conservation and Development of Non-Timber Forest Produce including Medicinal Plants Scheme (NTFP) and 2. 3. 4. Association of Scheduled Tribes and Rural Poor in Regeneration of Degraded Forests (ASTRP),

  17. The NAPCC Action Plan was released on 30th June 2008. It effectively pulls together a number of the government's existing national plans on water, renewable energy, energy efficiency agriculture and others - bundled with additional ones - into a set of eight missions. The Prime Minister's Council on Climate Change is in charge of the overall implementation of the plan.

  18. National Mission for Enhanced Energy Efficiency:Current initiatives are expected to yield savings of 10,000 MW by 2012. Building on the Energy Conservation Act 2001, the plan recommends: Mandating specific energy consumption decreases in large energy-consuming industries, with a system for companies to trade energy-savings certificates: Energy incentives, including reduced taxes on energy-efficient appliances; and Financing for public-private partnerships to reduce energy consumption through demand-side management programs in the municipal, buildings and agricultural sectors National Mission on Sustainable Habitat: To promote energy efficiency as a core component of urban planning, the plan calls for: Extending the existing Energy Conservation Building Code; A greater emphasis on urban waste management and recycling, including power production from waste; Strengthening the enforcement of automotive fuel economy standards and using pricing measures to encourage the purchase of efficient vehicles; and Incentives for the use of public transportation Mission: With water scarcity projected to worsen as a result of climate change, the plan sets a goal of a 20% improvement in water use efficiency through pricing and other measures