IESA Unveils Roadmap for a Sustainable Energy Future at IESW 2024

The India Energy Storage Alliance (IESA) will release a white paper at IESW 2024, outlining steps for India's clean energy transition. The event, to be held in New Delhi, will host global energy leaders and government officials, aiming to make India a cleantech hub.

PTI | New Delhi | Updated: 13-06-2024 15:27 IST | Created: 13-06-2024 15:27 IST
IESA Unveils Roadmap for a Sustainable Energy Future at IESW 2024
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On Thursday, the India Energy Storage Alliance (IESA) announced plans to release a 'white paper' addressing key policy and regulatory challenges in electric vehicles (EV), cleantech, green hydrogen, and battery storage sectors.

This comprehensive white paper, focused on a sustainable future inclusive of renewables, will debut at the India Energy Storage Week (IESW) 2024. The international conference and expo are set to take place in New Delhi from July 1-5, as per a statement from IESA.

Prominent Union ministries and over 200 global energy leaders from over 50 countries will be present at the event. 'As India embarks on a clean energy journey with the Modi 3.0 government, our white paper aims to suggest immediate steps required to achieve the green energy transition vision,' stated Rahul Walawalkar, President of IESA and Customized Energy Solutions India.

The IESW intends to facilitate smooth dialogues between the industry and various government departments, promoting ecosystems in EV, cleantech, and green hydrogen within India. New & Renewable Energy Secretary Bhupinder Singh Bhalla will lead the Stationary Storage Day inauguration, focusing on modernizing India's electricity grid to meet ambitious renewable targets.

Senior officials from several ministries, chairpersons of the Central Electricity Authority and the Central Electricity Regulatory Authority, along with other stakeholders, will engage in discussions on supporting energy storage adoptions in the country. Attendees will include representatives from ministries of heavy industries, mines, power, environment, and others, as well as NITI Aayog and state-level agencies.

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