Indian Wind Turbine Manufacturers Association (IWTMA) and Messe Husum along with Indo German Export Promotion Council (IGEP) have joined hands for supporting renewable energy and promoting sustainable environment.
The two bodies who have been associated with encouraging and producing the renewable resources signed a MoU to strengthening their cooperation for supporting this development.
India and Germany share the goals for environment friendly development for the advantage of their population and for reducing the negative effects of climate change. The success of India’s development will go to a large extent depend on the possibilities to close the big gap between energy and demand. The parties feel that wind energy will play a key role in this context and, therefore, the IWTMA and the Messe Husum agree upon strengthening co-operation for supporting this development.
Sarvesh Kumar, Chairman, IWTMA said, “We are honored that Messe Husum has joined hands with us. Our aim is to raise awareness and emphasize the need to efficiently showcase the innovations and strength of wind energy industry.”
The main objective for both IWTMA and Messe Husum is to support the strengthening of business relations between Indian and German Companies and to facilitate the transfer of state-of-the-art technologies. In addition to this, systematic market research will be carried out to identify products which can be manufactured in India at Internationally competitive conditions in line with ‘Make in India’ concept.
About the association, Robert Habeck, Minister of Agriculture, the Environment and Rural Area, Germany said, “We are looking forward to this relationship with IWTMA and working in India, this MoU is not just about the green development in the country but it will also strengthen ties between both the nation With both the nations working towards single goal, we are absolutely sure about achieving the desired results.”
The IWTMA has been an important stakeholder in the development and growth of the wind power industry. It plays a vital role in policy making and regulatory intervention, both at the Central level as well as at the State level, and works with ministries and departments such as New & Renewable Energy, Power, Finance, Rural Development, Ministry of Environment & Forests, Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC); Central Electricity Authority (CEA) and National Load Dispatch Centre (NLDC), etc.