Renewable energy expo begins in Hyd
The expo witnessed a congregation of South India\'s green economy community to discuss industry trends, challenges and market insights, including the Indian regulatory framework.
Hyderabad: RenewX 2015, a two-day renewable energy trade show, has got underway in the city on Thursday. Telangana Energy Secretary Arvind Kumar inaugurated the trade exhibition which provided platform for the companies to capitalize and penetrate into the south Indian renewable energy market.
The expo witnessed a congregation of South India's green economy community to discuss industry trends, challenges and market insights, including the Indian regulatory framework.
Highlights of the trade show include a two-day conference themed ‘A Sunrise Region that tamed the Wind’, which focuses on challenges being faced and solutions being sought by the industry. The sessions centred around industry topics such as harnessing India’s waste to energy potential.
"With Telangana aggressively supporting solar energy and other states in South India promoting renewable energy on a large-scale, the region holds promise for the sector with its lucrative and favourable government and industrial policies,” said Rajneesh Khattar, Group Director, UBM India Pvt Ltd, the organiser of the event.
Against this backdrop, RenewX 2015 intends to accelerate the growth of renewable energy industry in South India and contribute to the country's sustainable economic development, he added.
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