The Indian renewable energy market was an attractive investment destination, felt speakers at the three-day Renewable Energy India Expo, 2013, which concluded here today. More than 10,000 visitors visited the event which was held at the India Expo Centre & Mart here. The highlight of the show was participation by exhibitors from over 27 countries who further reaffirmed their faith in the Indian renewable energy market as an attractive investment destination. Joji George, Managing Director, UBM India, said, “REI 2013 Expo witnessed the creme-de-la-creme as far as industry participation is concerned. “Powerful international participation by trade delegations like JETRO and NEDO from Japan was another highlight wherein they also unveiled industry reports, apart from workshops conducted by Asian Development Bank, BASF, Sterling & Wilson and KPMG,” he said. The expo witnessed participation from leading companies like Jinko, Yingli, LTi, Bonfiglioli, Sun Power, GE, Gamesa, Kirloskar, EI Dupont, Mahindra, Sun Edison, Ballard Power, Borg Energy, Suzlon, Sterling and Wilson, Refex Energy, Applied Material and Enerparc Energy.

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