Engineers India Limited (EIL) has joined hands with Sunrise CSP Group to spearhead implementation of Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) Technology solutions in India and overseas
New Delhi: Engineers India Limited (EIL), a renowned public sector engineering and project management consultancy has executed a collaborative agreement with CSP Sunrise Pty Ltd and its group companies Sunrise CSP India Pvt Ltd and Sunrise CSP International Ltd, an esteemed player in the renewable energy sector based in Australia. This collaboration marks a significant step towards fostering innovation and promoting sustainable solutions in the field of clean energy.
The MoU has been signed in the presence of Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas’ (MoP&NG) Additional Secretary and other senior officials of the Ministry. Representatives of Australian Trade Commission were also present during the occasion.
EIL brings to the table its decades of experience in engineering, design, and project execution, coupled with its commitment to environmental sustainability. CSP Sunrise Pty Ltd, with its expertise in concentrated solar power (CSP) technology and renewable energy projects, complements EIL’s vision “To be a Global Leader Offering Total Energy Solutions for a Sustainable Future.”
Through this partnership, both organisations aim to leverage their combined expertise to deliver cutting-edge solutions in the field of concentrated solar and other renewable technologies. As pioneers in their respective domains, the partnership is positioned to accelerate the adoption of clean energy solutions, reduce carbon emissions, and contribute to the global efforts towards mitigating climate change.
While congratulating the team on forging the alliance, EIL’s C&MD Vartika Shukla expressed, “the strategic collaboration between EIL and group companies of Sunrise CSP is a unique initiative and a collective effort in driving positive environmental impacts through shared vision and innovative technological solutions. Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) technology has wide applications and could also be integrated with the existing industrial facilities and process plants. We are poised to leave a lasting imprint towards transforming the global energy landscape in years to come.”