The future of solar energy in India as the main source of power does not look utopian anymore as we see the government taking slow yet steady steps to boost it. In the COP 21 Summit in Paris, the Indian Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi strongly advocated environment protection and energy conservation, while declaring ‘Mahatma Gandhi’ to be his inspiration.
Echoing the sentiments of the Prime Minister, the government has set an ambitious target of installing 100,000 MW of solar power capacity by 2022.
Su-Kam for a brighter future
On 1st December, 2015, Mr. Narendra Modi along with the French President, Francois Hollande, launched the International Solar Alliance and pledged India’s assistance of $30 million for the initiative that has the backing of both developed and developing countries. The venue for this initiative, which has brought together 122 countries around the world would be NISE – the National Institute of Solar Energy or NISE- an autonomous institution of Ministry of New and Renewable (MNRE) based in Gurgaon, Haryana and the apex National R&D institution in the field Solar Energy.
Su-Kam collaborates with NISE
Recently, Su-Kam Power Systems collaborated with the National Institute of Solar Energy for skill development and market training of engineers who would finally be instrumental in materializing the solar dream of India. Out of 30 engineers who have been chosen for the task, seven have already been trained by Su-Kam and rest would undergo training later. The training would focus on the commercial aspect of solar energy and its market in a country like India.
We are hopeful that this collaboration would prove fruitful and open newer avenues for solar energy to flourish. Let’s make India run on sun!
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