CleanTech Delegation to Hyderabad, India

2018-09-28T11:15:16+00:00September 28th, 2018|Agriculture, Energy, Food & Beverage, General, Life Sciences, Water|0 Comments

The future of cleantech is changing in India. Macro developments such as urbanization, rapid growth, and climate change, depletion of resources continues to drive the need for investments in clean technologies. India represents a key market for clean technology companies as it is investing billions in this sector. The objective of the Indian Government is to foster a second Green Revolution. The Indian environment market is estimated to be growing at 9 per cent per annum. India’s energy sector is all set to boom with ambitious targets and the aggressive growth approach of the Indian government. Take a closer look at this market, its growth, opportunities and potential through a one-week market exploration program. The Israel Export and International Cooperation Institute, Cleantech, Energy & Water technologies department has an intimate acquaintance with the Israeli water, renewables energy and environmental industry exporters, which includes more than 800 companies and about 200 startups.

The IEICI’s Cleantech, Energy & Water technologies department has an intimate acquaintance with the Israeli water, renewables energy and environmental industry exporters, which includes more than 800 companies and about 200 startups. It has the ability to identify and match suitable potential business partners.

The Israeli Trade and Economic Mission had organized has identified the potential business opportunities in CleanTech and a delegation to Hyderabad is organized on Oct. 10th – 11th 2018. Relevant companies, interested to learn more on potential collaboration and for B2B meetings are invited to contact the Economic and Trade Department at the Israeli Consulate General in Bengaluru.

For more information, please visit: https://itrade.gov.il/india

For further queries, contact: Veshalakshe.Gajaraj, Trade Officer, Bengaluru.
Tel.:+91-80-49406517. Veshalakshe.Gajaraj@israeltrade.gov.il

 

 

 

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