As you maybe aware, the Indian Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, along with other world leaders, has made several commitments to the reduction of emissions in the recently concluded COP26 Conference. Therefore, it is only fitting that two of the most representative democracies should come forward to mitigate this growing threat to humankind. This event would offer a broad based and meaningful platform to showcase the vast potential in renewables and its effect on climate change. With US companies in the forefront of technology development, India offers an enormous and growing market. Moreover, Indian entrepreneurs and manufacturers would greatly benefit from the inputs of American technology. This is an opportunity to tap the possibilities of greater US investments in Eastern India in technology transfer and manufacturing industries. Apart from job creation, the use of updated renewable technology would significantly enhance export opportunities and help mitigate Global warming. This webinar proposes to explore the emerging possibilities of technical collaborations and business tie – ups between Indian and American stakeholders.
The webinar would include a galaxy of distinguised speakers, and a panel of EPC experts and Climate Change experts, from India, USA & Germany.
Distinguished speakers, who have already agreed to be part of the panel are:
- Ms. Charlene Heydinger- President at Texas PACE Authority, & ED at Keeping PACE in Texas.
- Senator Dr. PKC Bose – Vice Chairman & Managing Director at Enercon Windenergy Pvt.Ltd. (a subsidiary of Enercon Group, Germany)
- Dr. Gavin Dillingham – PhD, CCP – 2nd Climate Risk, Energy, Resilience, Research – Houston Advanced Research Centre (HARC)
- Dr Jyotirmoy Roy – CEO, GreenEco Solar, London.
- Dr. S.P Gon Chaudhuri – Chairman – Renewable Energy College, and Visiting Professor,School of Advanced Materials, Green Energy and Sensor Systems, Kolkata.
Through this webinar, the Indo-American Chamber of Commerce, East India Council will be providing a broad based and meaningful platform to highlight the vast potential in renewables and its effect on climate change, also exploring the emerging possibilities of technical collaborations and business tie – ups between Indian and American stakeholders.