India has taken “incredible strides” in creating the greenest version of the energy grid and it must now push the envelope and think bigger, power secretary Sanjiv Nandan Sahai said today.
“India has adopted and is working to deliver a combination of 24X7 energy access, energy affordability, and energy sustainability. These have brought into focus the need for stronger cross-stakeholder partnerships,” he said, speaking at the inauguration of International Symposium to Promote Innovation & Research in Energy Efficiency (INSPIRE 2019) organised by Energy Efficiency Services Ltd (EESL) in Mumbai.
The symposium is being held in association with The World Bank, Asian Development Bank, United States Agency for International Development and World Resources Institute, India and country partner, the Government of Israel.
“Based on the theme of Innovation, INSPIRE 2019 honoured five pathbreaking innovations in clean energy and energy efficiency as part of the second edition of #InnovateToINSPIRE challenge Read More
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