In what will help add heft to India’s climate change stand on the international stage, state-run Energy Efficiency Services Ltd (EESL) has invited proposals for strategic partnerships with clean tech organisations in the UK, Europe and North America to entering these markets.
EESL’s move to spread its footprint outside India is significant as it shows India is ready to lead the world on a path of renewable and energy efficiency, especially after US President Donald Trump announced pulling out from the Paris climate deal a few weeks ago.
India emerged as a leading player at the Paris 2015 Climate Summit, where it expressed that it is ready to lead the world. With its ambitious 175 GW renewable power programme, it has already shown the world that it is serious about its commitment to stop climate change. Read More…
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