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Starting a Business / Renewable Energy

This Expert Shares His Know-how in the Field of Renewable Energy for Aspiring Entrepreneurs

Vikram Kailas shares tips for entrepreneurs planning to start up in the Indian renewable energy sector
- Entrepreneur Staff
Feature Writer,
2 min read

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Climate change has been one of the most debated topics across the world. As much as the developed nations are pushing for renewable energy growth, developing nations like India are also not very far behind in this regard.

At the International Solar Alliance (ISA) Summit attended by 23 nations and co-hosted by India and France, Narendra Modi revealed his master plan for starting a worldwide solar revolution.

“I want a worldwide solar revolution,” said Modi in the first International Solar Alliance Summit, held at New Delhi’s Rashtrapati Bhawan.

As the Government of India is showing a keen interest in lending support to the renewable energy players in the market, Entrepreneur India brings to you the key points an entrepreneur should give emphasis to before setting up a business in the Indian energy sector.

Vikram Kailas, a man behind one of India’s leading renewable companies, Mytrah Energy, shares three key pointers for an entrepreneur who is looking to start up in this sector.

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The clean energy company that made its mark in the renewable sector in less than seven years is now in talks with investors to raise USD 500 million. The transaction, if successful, will be one of India’s biggest deals in the clean energy sector.  

“We’re going through the fourth industrial revolution in the renewable energy sector at this point of time. Everything that happened in the last 500 years, is being challenged and it will be recreated in the next 60-70 years,” shared Kailas.

In an exclusive video, Kailas shared tips along with his industry experience for other entrepreneurs to start a successful business.

Check the uploaded video above to know the three key points.

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