India’s Corporates Have Potential to Add 25 GW of Renewable Energy by 2023: GWEC Session

The Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) hosted a webinar to discuss the scenario and scope of adoption of renewable energy by India’s corporate sector. The session ‘Corporates in the Global Energy Transition’ focused on corporate sourcing of renewable energy and its role in transforming India’s energy dynamics.

The speakers in the session included Divya Sharma, Executive Director-India at the Climate Group; Mayank Bansal, President of strategy & operations at ReNew Power; Bhavna Prasad, Director- sustainable business at WWF-India; Shailesh Telang, Technical Manager at CDP India; Paul Curnow, Partner at Baker McKenzie (Sydney), and Andrew Zaw, Local Principle at Baker McKenzie (Singapore).

While discussing the challenges and opportunities of selling renewable energy to the corporates in India, ReNew’s Mayank Bansal stated that corporate businesses consume almost 50% of the country’s energy generation and that there is a scope of 25 GW of renewable energy adoption by them by the end of 2023.

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