Cleantech India launches in 2014 for Renewable Energy Solutions

  • Industry News
  • May 19,14
Cleantech India launches in 2014 for Renewable Energy Solutions

Messe Frankfurt India, the organiser of the highly successful editions of Watertech India, have now expanded their portfolio of events addressing key environmental issues with the announcement of the launch of Cleantech India 2014.

There has been exponential growth in the renewable technology market, and the organiser feel it is the perfect time to raise the subject of depleting natural resources and bring technological advancements and clean business practices to the forefront of the Indian market. The launch of Cleantech India will be an ideal platform for a clean energy revolution. The show aims to boost the development and deployment of energy renewable technologies among Indian Industries.

Messe Frankfurt has a successful history of hosting global trade fairs such as Water Expo China, Canadian Waste & Recycling Expo, Eco Expo Asia and Building Solar China. The introduction of Cleantech India 2014 will further cement its position as the leading exhibition organiser for 'Green Industry' professionals. Cleantech India 2014 will be held from 10-12 September 2014 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.

India needs green solutions and energy renewable technologies to break the dependence on natural resources. Cleantech India's focus on alternative energy resources through solar power, hydro power and wind power, will provide technologies and solutions that can maximise use of resources and minimise environmental impact. Mr Raj Manek, Managing Director, Messe Frankfurt Trade Fairs India stated: "Renewable energy technologies although available need to be accepted and intensely deployed across industries. Through Cleantech India 2014, we intend to provide the renewable energy sector players a platform to showcase their technologies while allowing the Indian market to access green solutions designed to optimise productivity and achieve sustainable development."

On extending support to the show, Dr R Harikumar, General Secretary, Society of Energy Engineers and Managers commented: "India must improve energy efficiency and promote renewable sources if it is to meet its growing energy demand over the next 10-15 years. An event like Cleantech will help bring energy efficient technologies to the forefront. I congratulate Messe Frankfurt for the launch of Cleantech India and hope it will act as a platform for the advancement of India's renewable energy sector."

Currently estimated at INR 102,000 crore (USD 17 billion), India's renewable energy market is growing at an annual average of 15 per cent, indicating enormous opportunities and the untapped potential of the sector. Clean energy technologies that improve operational performance and optimise efficiency while reducing costs, energy consumption, waste, or environmental pollution is the need of the hour, and engineers, manufacturers and authorities are aware of the competitive edge it can provide to their businesses and more importantly to the economy. With the UN declaring 2014 to 2024 as the decade for 'Sustainable Energy for All', it is time for India to prove its leadership by making way for renewable energy resources.

Cleantech India will be held concurrently with three other shows including Wastetech India, Pollutech India and the highly anticipated 3rd edition of Watertech India 2014. Together these four shows will cover the complete chain of green technologies for Water, Waste, Pollution and Energy Management.

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