NEW DELHI:ETI Dynamics, a UK and India headquartered sustainability infrastructure developer has announced a collaboration with Shapoorji Pallonji & Company Private Limited (SPCPL), a leading construction company in India to provide green infrastructure solutions in the areas of waste-water treatment, renewable energy and green manufacturing.
According to the organization, the strategic partnership will focus on using innovative technologies, advanced engineering techniques and operational excellence in the development of green projects with the over-arching objective of meeting sustainable development goals.
Rajneesh Wadhwa, Chief Operating Officer, ETI Dynamics said “This partnership is a strong strategic fit, offering a unique proposition, leveraging mutual strengths, to jointly develop best in class sustainable infrastructures.”
“Our collaboration with ETI Dynamics comes at a right time when Government of India is implementing their ambitious projects like Clean Ganga Mission, Swachh Bharat Mission, Smart Cities etc. which will help the partners take an active step with the Government to building a sustainable infrastructure for the future of this country” says Mr. Reby Thomas, Head Water Business of Shapoorji Pallonji & Company Pvt. Ltd.
The two organisations have agreed to collaborate in developing an initial portfolio of three projects already secured in the stated segments amounting to over INR 1000 crores. The portfolio will be expanded beyond India to Africa, Middle East and South East Asia in subsequent years. ETI Dynamics has stated that it will focus its efforts on channeling long term, low cost concessionary finance whilst SPCPL will focus its energies on constructing world class sustainable infrastructure.
ETI Dynamics further stated that it has been managing state-of-the-art sustainable infrastructure projects in India and around the world. The collaboration with Shapoorji Pallonji opens various avenues and creates exciting opportunities in this sector. Both organizations have always been conscious of the impact they create on the environment and society. Using local resources, eliminating waste, reuse and recycle are philosophies that have been embedded into the work processes.