Sweden to bolster renewable energy technologies in India
New Delhi, Dec 3 (UNI) India and Sweden signed two MoUs in the Renewable Energy sector to enhance the technology and bring in energy efficiency in India.
The first MoU was between Swedish solar pump manufactured Spowdi and Bangalore based EMVEE for setting up local manufacturing / assembly in Bangalore.
The second was between Swedish Earth Fault Protection System provider Swedish Neutral and India’s leading distribution company Tata Power DDL for setting up pilot for earth fault protection in Delhi.
The MoUs were signed on the sidelines of inauguration of the first of its kind ‘Sustainability by Sweden – Showroom India’ by Swedish Energy, Agency Business Sweden and The Embassy of Sweden under the Sweden India Nobel Memorial Programme.
The showroom was inaugurated at Business Sweden, New Delhi by Mr A K Verma, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Power, Ms Josa Karre, counsellor and head of Economic Affairs, Embassy of Sweden and Ms Josephine Bahr Ljungdell – Director of International Affairs, Swedish Energy Agency.