20. juni 2019
Biomass related projects in India receives an investment of about $ 9251 million every year and Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) has set the national target is to achieve 10 GW of installed biomass power by 2022. The Danish and Indian government signed an cooperation agreement on renewable energy earlier this year.
Supported by The Innovation Centre Denmark in Indian, Global Green Growth Initiative and PricewaterhouseCoopers has conducted a study on biogas opportunities in India that include overview of policy/regulations, support and market drivers for biogas in India. Furthermore, the partners have done a dipstick study on biomethane production based on food market waste in the city of Bengaluru.
The seminar is an opportunity for Danish biogas companies and R&D institutions to:
- Get introduced to market opportunities and drivers for biogas in India incl. concrete business and investment project case in Bengaluru Municipality, India
- Meet with decision maker from Mahindra Waste to Energy Solutions - the renewable energy project develop arm of the 150 Billion DKK global conglomerate Mahindra Group. Mahindra is searching for solutions within pre-treatment of biomass, reactor and plant design, process optimization and gas conditioning
- Receive advice from consultants from Innovation Centre Denmark in India on how to work together with Indian partners and how they and Biogas Go Global can help you get started through network, activities and funding.
About the Indian speakers:
- Mr. Shantanu P. Gotmare is an India Country Representative based in New Delhi, India. Shantanu is responsible for implementation and development of GGGI’s program in India and is responsible for the business case report and investment plan for commercialisation of biogas production from wholesale fruits and vegetable market waste in Bengaluru municipality
- Dr.G.P.Subash is Head of heading biogas Business and Projects in Mahindra waste to Energy Solutions Ltd – a subsidiary of the conglomerate Mahindra Group. Prior to his current role, he was handling Research & Development projects related to alternate fuels in Mahindra Research Valley. He has more than 20 years of R&D experience in alternate fuels. He has to his credit more than 20 international and national publications in the area of alternative fuels & IC engines
- Mrs. Twinkle Jawrani is Innovation Advisor at the Danish Innovation Center in India actively working to connect Danish and Indian partners within bioenergy. Mr. Jawrani got 5.5 years of experience in Danish-Indian cooperation and is highly involve in the making of the deepstick study in biogas.
The event is organized by Innovation Center Denmark in India, Agro Business Park and The Danish Innovation Network for Bioressources as a part of the biogas internationalisation platform Biogas Go Global. The event is for free
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