Planning Commission Invites Clean Tech Ventures for Clean Energy Ministerial Showcase

4th Feb 2013
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With the rapid pace of technology and innovation in the clean energy area, the space has a great future poised to positively change the world over the next few years. To keep tabs on all the exciting and innovative developments in the Clean Energy area, the Planning Commission is organizing the Clean Energy Ministerial showcase for the first time at New Delhi starting April 16th, 2013.

This event will be open to the public on April 16th, followed by an exclusive two day event for Ministerial and high-level private sector attendees. This is an ideal opportunity for companies in the clean energy space to showcase their innovative work to a wide and relevant audience. There is also the chance to network with high level government, ministerial and other dignitaries. This global event is a great place to showcase your achievements and truly innovative products in the areas of Solar & Wind, Bio Energy, Lighting and Appliances, Energy Storage, Smart Grids, Electric Vehicles, Financing for Clean Energy, Combined heat and power and other clean-technology areas.

There are several booths available for showcasing companies, with CII partnering with the event to take care of setting up the booths/stalls and renting them out. To apply to showcase your products at the event, please fill out this simple application form. The last date for applying is February 25th. The results will be out by 8th March.

The event will be inaugurated by a high level dignitary on 16th April (on the eve of the CEM 4). Side events include C3E, SEAD and the Award ceremony will take place at the Pavilion on both evenings, 16th – 17th April.

So if you're an innovative startup or an established company with a great product in the clean energy space,

submit your application now!

Disclaimer: YourStory.in is an Outreach Partner for this initiative. 

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