In the next five years, the country plans to invest $50 billion in renewable energy, including $19 billion in wind, $25 billion in solar and $3 billion each in Hydro and Biomass segments, he said.
"The cell will be our window for the potential investors to engage with us and bring their efforts and ideas to fruition," Abdullah told reporters after addressing an Investors' meet here last evening.
He asked global investors to invest in India's renewable energy sector and support its quest for a low-carbon and environmentally sustainable growth path.
"We strongly believe that it will be a win-win situation for all of us," he said, asking investors to forge partnerships in the country.
Abdullah said more than 40 investors attended the meet and "they seemed to be very keen to invest in solar and wind projects".
Further, he stated that India has seen an "impressive increase in installed power capacity, from about 1,350 MW at the time of independence 65 years ago to about 2,00,000 MW at present".
However, he added that despite such big strides, about 33% of India's rural households are still deprived of access to commercial energy sources.
"The average per capita consumption of energy in India is still quite low at around 800 units per annum," he said.
Abdullah said India today stands at fifth position in in terms of renewable energy capacity, after the US, China, Germany and Spain.
"India today stands among the top five countries in terms of renewable energy capacity, with an installed base of over 25,000 MW, which is around 12.5% of the total power generation capacity, contributing to about 6% in the electricity mix." he said.
"We have decided to increase the share of renewable energy in our power production during the 12th Plan period (2012-17) by increasing the installed capacity by about 30,000 MW," he added.
He said an investor friendly policy framework has given a strong foundation for the growth of the wind sector in India and "today we stand fifth in the world in terms of total installed capacity of about 17,353 MW."