Jamshedpur, June 6: Confederation of Indian Industry will be organizing Green Conclave 2016 ‘Think Green: Invest in Future at Beldih Club on Tuesday.
TV Narendran, managing director, Tata Steel and chairman, CII Eastern Regional Council will address the inaugural session while three technical sessions will be organized.
Key Speakers including A T Mishra Special Secretary Department of Energy, Government of Jharkhand, D.K.Tewatia, director, Jharkhand Renewal Energy Development Authority, Prof. Manoj T Thomas, professor XLRI, Ajay Kumar Sharma Head Sales -Eastern Region ACC Limited and many more experts will address the gathering, said Ashish Mathur, managing director, Jusco.
Addressing a pre-event press conference, Ashish Mathur, said, ‘we should follow 3 R- Reduce, Recycle and Reuse. ‘Disposing of waste in an environmentally-friendly manner is crucial to businesses. More and more companies are making wealth from waste and, in process, saving the environment from devastation’.
Renewal Energy has arrived and it has grown from a fringe player to a mainstream actor, in the energy sector. India is at the crossroads of an Energy Revolution, which will promote energy security and economic development in a sustainable manner, added Mathur.
He further informed that the shift to renewal energy is important because it will significantly reduce our carbon foot print which is the leading cause of global warming, many suppliers will have the opportunity to develop the parts for renewable energy, thus further strengthening our manufacturing base, by strengthening the green jobs market we can create better paying jobs through wind and solar manufacturing and installation, and other renewable energy sources.
Experts will brainstorm and we will focus on the takeaways for Jharkhand from the conclave and would submit a report to the Jharkhand government on the use of solar energy.
In light of this, adopting & promoting clean technologies will lead to inclusive growth in India, besides a positive impact on energy security, climate change, and environment, he added. Also present at the press conference was Killol Kamani, chairman, CII Jharkhand Zonal Council and Loveleen Bhardawaj.