Dr. J.P. Gupta
Summit Chair and Chairman Environment Committee, PHDCCI
India has assumed the G-20 Presidency. Under the bold and visionary environmental leadership of Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, the country has unveiled a new pathway for Climate Change Mitigation, through mainstreaming of Lifestyle for Environment (Mission LiFE) – urging the world to adopt sustainable practices and climate friendly actions in everyday life.
When it comes to climate change mitigation, the importance of individual action and collective responsibility cannot be ignored; and the time to act is now.
India is also building significant capacity in areas of biofuels, renewables, and alternate energy solutions like Green Hydrogen, to define its long-term national energy strategies, accelerate its climate commitments, and put the country on a sustainable growth path.
The International Climate Summit 2023, organised by PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry on 14 & 15 September 2023, sets the stage immediately after the 2023 G20 New Delhi Summit for a global dialogue & actionable outcomes on climate change mitigation from an Indian perspective – blending our repository of deep spiritual knowledge and wisdom, with our mission to become the third largest economy in the world with a focus on Green Hydrogen, Biofuels and Renewables.
International Climate Summit 2023 in New Delhi, India presents next-generation opportunities for Bi-Lateral Trade, Joint Ventures, Technology Transfer, and International Funding across the green hydrogen industry value chain in India. The event will offer opportunities to Global Players in energy transition in India for Renewable Energy and Green Hydrogen, R&D Collaboration and setting up mega factories for green hydrogen production.
ICS 2023 will bring together Nobel Laureates, Policy Makers, Regulators, Industry Leaders, Experts & Scientists facilitating global collaboration in building sustainable pathways for production, storage, transportation, distribution, and ambitious deployment of green hydrogen technologies.
The Govt. of India has already announced the National Hydrogen Mission that sets out the road map for hydrogen centric policies and regulations. Scientists and industries across India have undertaken several projects, research & development in the entire value chain of hydrogen. With the cost of renewable energy in India being the least in the world, hydrogen energy will be both economically and technically viable in the near future.
“A new pathway towards climate change mitigation through mainstreaming Lifestyle for Environment and making the Green Energy transition to achieve energy security.
Strengthening India’s mission to become Aatmanirbhar (self- reliant) and energy independent by 2047; and achieve net-zero emissions by 2070.
The India led global clean energy movement begins here and now.”
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