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Tapping the Cleantech & Energy Market in India and Bangladesh


The Government of Ontario is offering a webinar that outlines the Indian government’s energy transition roadmap and the opportunities for Ontario solution providers to capitalize on a market demand for energy predicted to surpass that of other countries in the coming decades.

India plans to invest C$5.7 billion in energy security and green transition strategies to achieve net-zero emissions by 2070, in order to curb the negative effect of climate change. The Indian government aims to meet 50% of its electricity requirements from renewable energy sources by 2030, more than double the current 22%.

The country’s rising electricity use is associated with increasing household wealth, infrastructure development, and the demand for air conditioning as heat waves intensify. With ambitions to become a manufacturing powerhouse, India’s economic growth will put pressure on the electricity grid and highlights the importance of green power generation.

In addition, Bangladesh has been one of the fastest-growing economies in Asia with an average annual GDP growth rate of about 6% in the last decade. Rising economic activity fueled by the country’s ready-made garment industry has increased the demand for energy, especially electricity, and spurred a desire to rely on more renewable sources instead of imported fuel. The Bangladesh government expects to graduate to high-income nation status by 2041 and produce 100% of electricity from renewables by 2050.

The webinar will cover: • The experience of cleantech and energy solutions companies doing business in India and Bangladesh; • Opportunities and strategies for Ontario companies to sell technologies to Indian and Bangladesh companies; • Collaboration opportunities with Indian and Bangladesh stakeholders involved in cleantech and energy; • Advice from industry experts and Ontario government staff on market-entry and growth strategies; and • Preliminary details of an Ontario government cleantech and energy export business mission to Elecrama in India in 2025, in addition to an optional outreach program in Bangladesh.

I will send you a webinar link prior to the event date.

Note: If you are a member of the Municipal, Provincial or Federal Government, please do not register via this link. Contact me directly to participate in the event.

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Ashley Conyngham

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