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UK clean energy firm forays into India

Posted: 09 Nov 2010     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:clean power  hydrogen cells  backup power 

Intelligent Energy, a UK based clean power systems company, has stepped into India with the establishment of Intelligent Energy India Private Ltd. in Bangalore as its India based business liaison office. Intelligent Energy is now actively seeking partners to deploy its clean hydrogen fuel cell power systems and hydrogen generation technologies in the backup power, automotive and defence markets.

Intelligent Energy India Private Ltd. will be led by Murali Arikara who was promoted to the position of EVP for emerging markets earlier this year. Arikara previously held the role of VP of US Operations, responsible for leading Intelligent Energy's US business from its delivery site in Long Beach, California.

"Intelligent Energy sees the opening of a business liaison office in India as the next logical step towards building on its existing portfolio of business and further exploring the tremendous opportunity that exists in the region," explained Arikara. "India has already begun to embrace clean technology to address its own environmental and energy security challenges. In partnership with companies like Intelligent Energy, the country is in a prime position to develop technologies that can have an impact globally."

Headquartered in the United Kingdom, Intelligent Energy has partnered internationally with companies across a range of industry sectors including Boeing, Scottish & Southern Energy plc and The Suzuki Motor Corporation. The company has recently received worldwide recognition for its role as lead partner in a consortium to deliver a fleet of zero emission Fuel Cell Hybrid Black Cabs onto the roads of London in time for 2012.

"The opening of Intelligent Energy India Private Ltd. is a momentous move for Intelligent Energy. The speed with which India has deployed new infrastructures such as cell phone telephony has been particularly striking. These require clean, efficient power and demand the forging of different partnerships to deliver and scale-up commercially. We have a proven track record working in partnership with large international Blue Chip multinationals and having worked quietly to develop this market, it is now time to come out of "stealth mode" and state clearly that we aim to assist India in positioning itself as a leading 'global partner' for clean technology," said Dr Henri Winand, Chief Executive, Intelligent Energy.

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