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In the “Climate Finance” summit session, we venture into the dynamic realm of financial strategies aimed at mitigating climate change and fostering sustainability. Under the guidance of Mr. Rajnish Kumar, former Chairman of the State Bank of India, and Mr. Shiva Rajaraman, CEO of NIIF (National Investment and Infrastructure Fund), this session assembles a distinguished panel of experts. These experts, including representatives from global financial institutions, legal experts, industry leaders, and policy advisors, will delve into the intricacies of climate finance, sharing insights on innovative approaches, policy dynamics, and investment opportunities in the green economy.


Climate Finance Landscape: An overview of the current climate finance landscape, presented by Ms. Surbhi Goyal from the World Bank.

      • Tax and Legal Aspects of Climate Finance: Insights into tax and legal considerations in climate finance, led by Mr. Bimal Jain, Founder of A2Z Taxcorp LLP.
      • Role of Financial Institutions: Manish Chourasia, MD of Tata Cleantech Capital Limited, discusses the role of financial institutions in promoting sustainable investments.
      • Green Energy Development: Bimal Jindal, Head of Green Energy Development at L&T Energy, explores strategies for green energy financing.
      • Innovative Energy Solutions: Mr. Shardul Kulkarni, MD & CEO of Deesha Power Solutions, presents innovative energy solutions and their financial implications.
      • Sustainability Reporting: Insights into sustainability reporting and its influence on climate finance, presented by Ms. Prarthana Borah, Country Director of CDP India.
      • Impact Investing: Ms. Ravneet Mann, Head of Strategy & Policy at Stride Ventures, delves into the world of impact investing in the context of climate finance.
      • Investment Promotion: Mr. Anagh Singh, AVP at Invest India, highlights opportunities and strategies for promoting climate-friendly investments.
      • Government Initiatives: Abhinav Trivedi, former Consultant at NITI Aayog, shares insights into government policies and initiatives driving climate finance.


      • A comprehensive understanding of the current climate finance landscape, including global perspectives and challenges.
      • Awareness of tax and legal considerations in climate finance, enabling informed decision-making.
      • Insights into the pivotal role of financial institutions in advancing sustainable investments.
      • • Strategies for financing green energy projects and their potential impact on the energy sector.
      • Knowledge of innovative energy solutions and their financial feasibility.
      • An understanding of sustainability reporting and its significance in climate finance.
      • • Insights into impact investing as a vehicle for promoting sustainability.
      • Identification of investment opportunities and strategies for climate-friendly projects.
      • Awareness of government policies and initiatives supporting climate finance and sustainability.Other Suggested Topics
      • Role of Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) in Green Transition
      • Circular Economy and Waste Management
      • Green Transition in the Transportation Sector
      • Green Transition in Developing Countries
      • Social Implications of the Green Transition
      • Advancements in Solid Oxide Electrolysis Cells (SOEC)
      • Electrification and Integration of Renewable Energy Sources in Electrolyser Systems
      • Techno-Economic Analysis of Electrolyser Systems
      • • Policy and Regulatory Frameworks for Scaling up Electrolyser Deployment
      • Hydrogen Pipelines
      • Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carriers (LOHC)
      • Underground Hydrogen Storage and Storage in Salt Caverns
      • Hydrogen Shipping and Maritime Applications
      • Green Ammonia as a Carbon-Free Energy Carrier
      • • Green Hydrogen in Steel Production
      • Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (CCUS) in Cement Production
      • Decarbonizing Ceramics Manufacturing with Green Hydrogen
      • Hydrogen-Based Synthetic Fuels for Sustainable Transportation



“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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