GEAPP announces key partnerships to support India’s clean energy goals
New Delhi: India’s Global Energy Alliance for People and Planet (GEAPP) has announced strategic partnerships to help the country achieve clean energy independence by 2047.
As part of the collaboration, GEAPP will work with Indian Railways to solarize transport, Ashoka University to create knowledge documents and research papers for policymakers, and Mahatma Phule Renewable Energy & Infrastructure Technology Limited (MAHAPREIT) to develop the Waste to Energy (WTE) and Compressed Biogas (CBG) markets.
In addition, GEAPP has launched ENTICE, the International Energy Transitions Innovation Challenge, to assist innovators in scaling up their energy transition-focused ideas and solutions.
According to Ravi Venkatesan, chairman of GEAPP, “GEAPP is dedicated to empowering India’s energy sector through strategic partnerships and innovative solutions. Our ENTICE programme is designed to help startups and entrepreneurs in solving critical problems, which will help India become a leader in renewable energy and offer a blueprint to lift other emerging economies out of energy poverty.”
PK Sinha, country advisor, of Global Energy Alliance for People and Planet (GEAPP) in India said, “GEAPP aims to be the pillar of support for energy transition in India. We are driven to bring about change and achieve a clean and sustainable energy future.”
Saurabh Kumar, GEAPP’s India Head, added, “With a passionate team, engaged partnerships, and cutting-edge technology, we aim to transform industries and drive sustainable growth for the nation.”
In India, GEAPP’s mission and strategy align with the government’s priorities for energy security, sustainability, and economic growth. GEAPP will support India’s energy transition and meet its climate and sustainable development goals by collaborating with government agencies, private sector companies, and local communities.
The GEAPP partnerships are part of India’s efforts to become a renewable energy leader and reduce its carbon footprint.
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