20 Sep GLTE India Infrastructure Partnership roundtable 2012
During the second roundtable meeting of the GLTE India Infrastructure Partnership in New Delhi on 20-21 September, experts in business, government and society at large discussed tangible ways to restore momentum to India’s low-carbon growth agenda.
Despite the country’s recent political woes, many Indian and foreign companies, including our partners, are committed to infrastructure as a driver of growth in India and are looking for reasons to make the commitment.
Key speakers at the roundtable included Michael Treschow, Co-chairman of the India Infrastructure Partnership, along with Fredrik Jejdling, Managing Director and Head of Region, Ericsson India; Tarun Kapoor, Joint Secretary, Indian Ministry of New and Renewable Energy; Bazmi Husain, Country Manager and Managing Director, ABB Ltd, India; and Zubin Irani, Senior Managing Director – Commercial Companies, United Technologies India Private Limited.
The GLTE India Infrastructure Partnership identifies and develops collaborative projects between business, government and society across sectors and countries to drive low-carbon growth in India’s infrastructure sector. The partnership’s success comes from the commitment of its partners: ABB, DNV, Ericsson, Saab, Tata Consultancy Services, Tata Sons and Telenor. The partnership is the only existing initiative seeking to drive low-carbon collaboration in India’s infrastructure sector.