Clean energy tech: Over 20 Switzerland firms to visit Bengaluru

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Dec 1, 2018, 6:30 am IST
Updated Dec 1, 2018, 6:30 am IST
The conference, Cleantech Week India 2018, takes a closer look at the growing renewable energy market in India, opportunities and potential.
Sustainable solutions mainly aim at facilitating the exploitation of renewable energy sources like photovoltaic and wind sources, while preserving the environment.
 Sustainable solutions mainly aim at facilitating the exploitation of renewable energy sources like photovoltaic and wind sources, while preserving the environment.

Bengaluru: Over 20 companies and startups from Switzerland are set to visit Bengaluru, Pune and Mumbai to encourage knowledge share between India and Swiss experts, clean energy enterprises and academics to help identify gaps in the Indian clean energy sector and to create a sustainable model of growth for the future.

The visit, facilitated by Swissnex India, will be part of Cleantech Week to  be organised between December 10 and 14 across the country. Through one-on-one visits with key industry players, sessions by sector experts, B2B meetings and a renewable energy conference with the largest gathering of energy experts, the delegation aims to build a strong network of professionals within this domain and showcase Swiss excellence in renewable energy.

 

“Sustainable solutions mainly aim at facilitating the exploitation of renewable energy sources like photovoltaic and wind sources, while preserving the environment. Enairys is looking for investors and strategic partners to produce and commercialise its products in India,” said Dr Sylvain Lemofouet, co-founder and CEO of Enairys Powertech Ltd 

which provides energy management and storage systems based on compressed air.

The conference, Cleantech Week India 2018, takes a closer look at the growing renewable energy market in India, opportunities and potential.

“We come to India to connect with stakeholders active in the commercialisation or distribution of products targeting energy access in India and/or Africa that could become potential partners (pilot project, commercialization, distribution). We are also interested in connecting with people active in science education (teachers, school distributors, etc...) that are willing to help us make people more passionate about clean energy technologies,” said David Lambelet, co-founder and CEO of hiLyte LLC.

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Location: India, Karnataka, Bengaluru




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