Ludvig Lindström – The Swedish Energy Agency, Carsten Grönblad – Trade Commissioner to India, Josephine Bahr Ljungdell – The Swedish Energy Agency, Henrik Johansson – Spowdi, A.K. Verma – Joint Secretary at the Ministry of Power, Srinath T – EMVEE, Mr S. Raghupathy – Deputy Director General of the Confederation of Indian Industry Green Business Center, Pawan Tahlani – Business Sweden.
Two MoU signings
At the inauguration of the ISIA showroom i Delhi on 30 November, two memorandums of understanding were also signed. These are two examples of the many results of the five-year ISIA program.
The first agreement was signed by the Swedish company Spowdi, whose solution is solar-powered water pumps with a unique high-efficiency pump technology, and the Indian company EMVEE, who will assemble Spowdi’s water pumps locally in Bangalore. The agreement was signed by Henrik Johansson from Spowdi and Srinath T from EMVEE.
The second agreement was signed by Swedish company Swedish Neutral and TATA Power Delhi Development Ltd. A pilot of Earth Fault Protection will be installed at TATA Power for an initial test and evaluation. Swedish Neutral’s system prevents the consequences of short circuits without interfering with the supply.
Carsten Grönblad – Trade Commissioner to India, Josephine Bahr Ljungdell – The Swedish Energy Agency, Josa Kärre – Counsellor at the Swedish Embassy in New Delhi, Andreas Winter – Swedish Neutral, A.K. Verma – Joint Secretary at the Ministry of Power, Sanjay Banga – CEO of Tata Power-DDL, Mr Raghupathy – Deputy Director General of CII Green Business Center, Ganesh Das – Head of Strategy, Business Excellence and Collaborations at Tata Power DDL.