IEF: Supply Chains for Low-carbon Deployment in India

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The Covid-19 pandemic showed the weakness of geographically concentrated supply chains. The post-pandemic recovery offers an opportunity for India to build capacity to deliver the clean energy supply chains of the future. Future growth in deployment of renewables, CCUS, storage, and hydrogen bring together the domestic ambition of Make in India with the global quest for sustainable, resilient, and clean energy. What are the critical elements needed to establish supply chains for low-carbon deployment in India? What are India’s natural advantages to build resilient low-carbon supply chains? What are the barriers that need to be addressed to attract investment into low-carbon supply chains in India? What best practices, in India and globally, can be applied to build the future clean energy supply chains? Speakers Mehnaz Ansari, Senior Regional Representative - South Asia, United States Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) Chris Shelton, Senior Vice President, Chief Product Officer & President, AES Next, AES Mike Train, Senior Vice President and Chief Sustainability Officer, Emerson Chair Gauri Jauhar, Executive Director, Energy Transitions & CleanTech Consulting, IHS Markit

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