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Renewable Energy India 2008 Expo

Renewable Energy India 2008 Expo is the melting pot for global technologies. It is a platform to provide value for the domestic industry and showcase opportunities in the Indian market for global players.

India’s quest for energy security and sustainable development rests a great deal on our ability to tap energy from renewable sources, and to use it extensively to meet our growing and diverse needs.

With faster economic growth, the demand for energy will rise further, and we will need to supplement our energy requirements by harnessing renewable sources of energy. The threat of global warming and climate change due to excessive use of fossil fuels increases the urgency of finding environmentally benign ways of generating energy.

India is blessed with an abundance of non-depleting and environment friendly renewable energy resources such as solar, wind, biomass and hydro.

The Indian scientific community is mandated to accord the highest priority to exploring and harnessing the tremendous potential of renewable and clean resources of energy. India is implementing a large programme for the deployment of renewable energy products and systems, and is the only country in the world to have a dedicated Ministry for New and Renewable Energy (MNRE).

Renewable Energy India 2008 Expo is the melting pot for global technologies. It is a platform to provide value for the domestic industry and showcase opportunities in the Indian market for global players. It is a forum to nurture business contacts, imbibe the latest technology trends, cultivate business relations and prepare for the exponential growth of renewables in India.

For more information, please contact:
Rajneesh Khattar
General Manager
Exhibitions India Group
Tel: +91 11 4279 5054
Mobile: +91 98717 26762

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