Rising GHG emissions due to the burning of fossil fuels are posing a severe threat to environmental sustainability, the biodiversity of the planet, and people’s lives and livelihoods. There is unprecedented momentum for transitioning from old energy to new, green and clean energy. Prior to the pandemic, the trend for de-carbonization of global energy supply chains was already well underway. However, firstly, the covid-19 pandemic and then the ongoing Russia- Ukraine war has resulted in a significant energy resource disruption.
Today, in this present environment, it is a watershed opportunity for governments and private-sector corporations to collaborate, reset and re-direct future investments and operational strategies in the energy sector. Apparently, experts believe that by making sustainability the core of its energy transformation agenda, India can become self-sufficient in Green and Clean Energy and help India emerge as a global clean energy leader.
Against this backdrop, Business Today & Sterling and Wilson Renewable Energy will bring together government functionaries, industry leaders, C-suite executives, experts, investors, business owners, and other important stakeholders from the energy industry to learn, connect and discuss the key trends that will push companies to the accelerated path of sustainable energy exploration & consumption.
About Sterling and Wilson Renewable Energy
Sterling and Wilson Renewable Energy Limited (SWRE) is a global pure-play, end-to-end renewable engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) solutions provider. The company provides EPC services for utility-scale solar, floating solar and hybrid & energy storage solutions and has a total portfolio of 12.9 GWp (including projects commissioned and under various stages of construction). SWRE also manages an operations and maintenance (O&M) portfolio of around 7 GWp, including for projects constructed by third parties. Present in 28 countries today, Sterling and Wilson Renewable Energy Limited has operations in India, Southeast Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Europe, Australia and the Americas.
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