The country’s clean energy alliance is an emerging alliance between the two largest renewable energy providers in the country, Exelon and Reliance Industries.
The alliance aims to address the needs of the energy sector, while also promoting clean energy technologies to address climate change.
The alliance was formed in September last year to bring together three major energy players to bring down emissions from coal-fired power stations and other power generating activities.
The goal of the alliance is to develop clean energy solutions that would have a significant impact on the health of the people of India, according to the alliance’s website.
The three entities – ExelON, Reliance Energy and Clean Energy – are working towards an ambitious goal of 100 gigawatts (GW) of clean energy by 2030, according a release from the three entities.
Reliance’s coal-burning power stations are one of the largest in the world.
The Clean Energy Summit was a part of a series of global climate talks organised by the World Bank and the World Economic Forum.
This is the first time that the two organizations have worked together on climate issues.
Reliant Energy is one of India’s largest power producers and has been investing heavily in clean energy.
The company is also one of three major power generators in India.
Exel ON and Reliant have been working together to combat climate change and promote clean energy in India, while the other two companies are working together in a separate sector.
The summit is a chance to show the three companies that the country’s climate policies are working.
Ahead of the summit, the governments of Exel and Reliances have been discussing the issue of clean power.
According to the two companies, the Clean Energy Act is the biggest climate law in the entire world, which was passed in 2011.
The two governments have been negotiating with the three major parties for more than a year to ensure that the Clean Power Act can be implemented.
Reliess statement on the summit made it clear that it is going to have a very positive impact on India.
Reliances, Exels and Clean Power were not part of the original Climate Summit.
However, the three participants are participating in the summit to have discussions on issues of climate change, as well as to address their own climate challenges, said a statement released by the two entities.
The summit has been called a way for the stakeholders to discuss issues of governance and the environment.
Reliers statement said that the Summit will give the participants a chance for discussion on governance, environmental protection, climate change adaptation, and how to tackle climate change impacts.