World Future Energy Summit

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WFES Country Partner - Focus on India

India's target is to have an installed capacity of 100GW of solar energy, 60GW of wind, plus 15GW from other renewables by 2022

India’s clean energy plans make it one of the world’s most exciting markets for developers. India is already one of the world’s leading users of renewable energy, and has plans to significantly increase its capacity over the coming six years. Visit the World Future Energy Summit or attend the conference to access the business opportunities and insights related to this rapidly growing market.
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India's clean energy plans

Narendra Modi
Indian Prime Minister

  • "We have a target for renewable energy generation of 175GW by 2022. We have got off to a good start with nearly 12GW likely to be installed by 2016, more than 3 times the current capacity"

Piyush Goyal
Power & Renewable Energy Minister - India

  • "In order to achieve the proposed capacity of 100GW solar target by 2022, the overall investment required would be around USD 89.9 billions"

SPDA
In partnership with the International Solar Alliance (ISA)

In partnership with the International Solar Alliance (ISA)

ISA is conceived as a coalition of solar resource rich countries to address their special energy needs and will provide a platform to collaborate on  addressing the identified gaps through a common, agreed approach. ISA will establish networks and develop synergies with IRENA, REN21, UN bodies and supplement their efforts in a sustainable and focused manner.

ISA’s mission is to provide a platform for cooperation among solar resource rich countries with global community, bilateral-multilateral organisations, corporates and stakeholders with an objective to create a collaborative platform for increased deployment of solar energy technologies to enhance energy security and sustainable development; and improve energy access to rural remote areas.

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  • eee
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  • ecowaste