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EESL, Teri partner to work on energy efficiency

The MoU was signed in the presence of Power Minister Piyush Goyal


Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

EESL, Teri partner to work on energy efficiency

State-run Energy Efficiency Services Ltd (EESL) and The Energy and Resources Institute (Teri) have entered into a strategic partnership to jointly work on energy efficiency for two years.

Both organisations have decided to enter into an agreement as 'strategic partners' to work jointly for the achievement of common goals and objectives related to energy efficiency in India and abroad, Power Ministry said in a release.

The MoU was signed in the presence of Power Minister Piyush Goyal.

Speaking on this occasion, Goyal said: "This alliance of simultaneous policy and market development will provide a larger platform to boost the energy efficiency programmes in international markets. This is an ambitious step towards achieving environment sustainability which is the need of the hour."

The main focus of will be on working with governments, regulatory bodies, industry organisations, and utilities to create a policy environment for clean energy technologies, it said.

EESL will emphasise on implementing projects and programmes to promote clean energy technologies through innovative policy based business model to end users.

The agreement will also bring in people and institutions who work on the policy side into the market based interventions.

It will also enable cross country and global linkages so that there is an exchange of information and replication of interventions.

The collaboration will provide comprehensive turnkey solutions where will use its expertise to create energy efficiency projects through audits, etc. And EESL will bring in its business models to implement them, it said.

This model of the collaboration will primarily be used in countries of Africa and East Asia and will further investigate its use in Latin America and other developing countries.

In developed nations like Europe and USA, the role of will be to create market awareness about the business opportunities that EESL can potentially unlock, it added.

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First Published: Wed, June 29 2016. 16:22 IST