Convergence Energy Services Ltd (CESL) on Friday signed a pact with CSC e-Governance Services India Ltd (CSC SPV) to create demand aggregation for electric mobility, solar, energy-efficiency solutions and other initiatives of CESL.
CESL, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Energy Efficiency Services Ltd (EESL), on Friday signed the pact with CSC SPV, to create demand aggregation for electric mobility, solar, energy-efficiency solutions and other initiatives of CESL, the company said in a statement.
The agreement was signed between CESL Managing Director & CEO Mahua Acharya and CSC SPV Managing Director Dinesh Kumar Tyagi in the presence of EESL Group Executive Vice-Chairperson Saurabh Kumar and other dignitaries from EESL, CESL and CSC.
Under the agreement, CESL and CSC will aggregate demand and carry out feasibility studies for projects in renewables (decentralised solar), energy efficiency (solar micro-grids, solar-based agricultural pump-sets), e-mobility (EV charging stations, battery charging stations and battery swapping stations), and battery energy storage systems.
CESL Managing Director Mahua Acharya said, “Through this agreement, we will be able to expand our outreach across the country. Convergence, with its new and innovative business models, intends to maximise India’s efforts on climate action and accelerate the impact of our initiatives in greening India.”
CSC Chief Executive Officer Sanjay Kumar Rakesh said, “It is an honour to partner with CESL to create demand aggregation for projects that will contribute to climate action.”