It is a great honour to be part of India's green energy corridor

Thermann, Andreas
June 2014
Electrical Monitor;Jun2014, Vol. 9 Issue 6, p36
An interview with Andreas Thermann, deputy director of KfW Development Bank, is presented. Topics include the role of KfW in assisting India in the development of the Green Energy Corridors project, the overall outlook of KfW on the wind energy sector of India, and the involvement of KfW in helping India further its aspirations for renewable energy.


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