Bengal Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) on Thursday signed an memorandum of understanding (MoU) with The Energy and Resources Institute (Teri) for promoting renewable energy.”We signed the MoU with the chamber to popularise clean energy and climate. We will work with BCCI with our technical resource. We can offer technology and business models on renewables,” TERI director general Ajay Mathur said in Kolkata on Thursday.
He said if there is demand then Teri may consider opening a resource center in the city.State Power Minister Shobandeb Chatterjee, who was present on the occasion, promised all support to the clean energy initiative by the BCCI.
BCCI energy committee chairman Deb A Mukherjee said the agreement will forge an alliance between the chamber and TERI to work toghther in the domain of renewables and allied fields.