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Developing clean energy infrastructure in eight states

The eight Indian states are Gujarat, Haryana, Karnataka, Kerala, Maharashtra, Punjab, Tamil Nadu, and West Bengal

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With a view to advancing clean energy infrastructure the U.S. Trade and Development Agency has launched the Interstate Clean Energy Procurement Program (ICEPP) in eight Indian states through targeted training for public procurement officials on best value and life cycle cost. The program was launched in New Delhi through USTDA funding through its Global Procurement Initiative(GPI).

“USTDA is launching ICEPP because of the priority that India has placed, at both the national and state level, on procuring high-quality clean energy infrastructure,” said Enoh T. Ebong, USTDA’s director. “USTDA is enthusiastic about supporting India’s state-level clean energy strategies through the ICEPP. Our goal is the implementation of priority projects that provide reliable electricity, sustainable growth, and economic opportunities.”

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