India is planning to launch the global editions of its flagship renewable energy sector event Re-Invest even as the domestic version of the event continues to grow in scale.
The move is in response to the huge interest witnessed from overseas entities in the event, Upendra Tripathy, Director General of International Solar Alliance (ISA), the India-led global grouping of sunshine-rich countries, told ETEnergyworld in an interview.
Commenting on the plan, Anand Kumar, Secretary, Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE), the main organizer of Re-Invest, said: “MNRE has been successfully organising Re-Invest. The second Re-Invest was attended by 25,000 people with 70-odd international delegations and over 500 B2B and B2G meetings.
We would be willing to help ISA or any other country in organising such an event for the benefit of universal energy access and procuring energy at affordable rates.” Read More
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