Essel Group signs technology transfer pact with three German firms

 The Essel Group has recently entered into technology transfer pacts with three leading German firms during its participation at the Hannover Messe 2015 in Germany. The pact is expected to boost the group’s solar, wind energy and waste water management projects in India. The group Chairman Dr. Subhash Chandra moderated a panel discussion on the smart cities during the event, Secretary of Industrial Policy and Promotion; Amitabh Kant unveiled the Essel smart city frame work.
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for transfer of critical technology in wind and solar energy was signed by the Indian company at Hannover Messe 2015 with FeCon GmbH, a subsidiary company of Wind and Sun Technology GmbH while a similar pact was also inked with Passavant Energy and Environment (PE&E) GmbH for Mega scale waste-water treatment projects in India.
As per the agreement, FeCon GmbH will assist Essel in developing and manufacturing  wind turbines in India along with power station and grid equipment for solar and wind energy to suit Indian conditions. While on the other hand, the MoU with PE&E will provide Essel with access to ground breaking technologies and processes in municipal wastewater, sludge, water and industrial wastewater treatment. PE&E is known worldwide for its sludge digestion technology.
The Essel Group was in Hannover to showcase its Indian Smart City module for building integrated, inclusive, innovative and sustainable smart cities and is part of the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s delegation to Germany.

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Essel Group signs technology transfer pact with three German firms

 The Essel Group has recently entered into technology transfer pacts with three leading German firms during its participation at the Hannover Messe 2015 in Germany. The pact is expected to boost the group’s solar, wind energy and waste water management projects in India. The group Chairman Dr. Subhash Chandra moderated a panel discussion on the smart cities during the event, Secretary of Industrial Policy and Promotion; Amitabh Kant unveiled the Essel smart city frame work.
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for transfer of critical technology in wind and solar energy was signed by the Indian company at Hannover Messe 2015 with FeCon GmbH, a subsidiary company of Wind and Sun Technology GmbH while a similar pact was also inked with Passavant Energy and Environment (PE&E) GmbH for Mega scale waste-water treatment projects in India.
As per the agreement, FeCon GmbH will assist Essel in developing and manufacturing  wind turbines in India along with power station and grid equipment for solar and wind energy to suit Indian conditions. While on the other hand, the MoU with PE&E will provide Essel with access to ground breaking technologies and processes in municipal wastewater, sludge, water and industrial wastewater treatment. PE&E is known worldwide for its sludge digestion technology.
The Essel Group was in Hannover to showcase its Indian Smart City module for building integrated, inclusive, innovative and sustainable smart cities and is part of the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s delegation to Germany.

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