How Can German Investors/Companies Improve Their Business Appearance in the Indian Renewable Energy Market?

Author: Claudia Endter

Publisher:

ISBN: 3656302707

Category:

Page: 28

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Project Report from the year 2011 in the subject Business economics - Miscellaneous, grade: 1.3, Euro-Business-College Berlin, course: Business English VI, language: English, abstract: The economic rise of Asia in the last 10 years will effect a new world political situation and a future transfer of power of the supremacy of the West to the Asian giants India and China. India has blossomed in the last ten years to a major world power and is one of the sovereign players in the international marathon of economic power today. The gross domestic products (GDP) of India and China have grown twice as fast as the GDP of the USA. Basically, a thesis can be established that the Indian energy market has indeed a strong, untapped potential, which is simply poorly marketed. Further, it can be mentioned that it is the renewable energy sector which has the greatest potential and should be of interest especially for German investors. But how did Germany position itself with its "Made in Germany" image as a supplier of high-performance operating expertise in the Indian market? This case study deals with the question of how German companies can position themselves in new and promising future markets.
Green Finance and Investment Enabling Conditions for Bioenergy Finance and Investment in Colombia

Author: OECD

Publisher: OECD Publishing

ISBN: 9789264463905

Category:

Page: 123

View: 806

Colombia has set forth a number of important policy strategies to achieve its clean energy ambitions, including the 2018 Green Growth Policy, the 2019 National Circular Economy Strategy and the 2022 Energy Transition Policy. These strategies all note the role sustainable bioenergy and waste-to-energy can play in supporting decarbonisation objectives. This report looks at the enabling conditions to encourage development of these clean energy solutions and mobilise the necessary finance and investment.
Indian Affairs Annual 2006

Author: Mahendra Gaur

Publisher: Gyan Publishing House

ISBN: 8178355299

Category: India

Page: 388

View: 921

Provides an appraisal of the steps taken by the government of the day to implement the commitment made in its programmes and the initiatives promised in subsequent policy statements, in nine volumes, comprising of PM, home affairs, fiancée, parliament, commercial agriculture, social justice and empowerment, tribal, environment, Human rights, rural development, culture, tourism, information and broadcasting, planning, information technology, sports and youth affairs.
International Business

Author: Alan Sitkin

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199646968

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 454

View: 588

Offering a refreshingly critical perspective, this text presents a balanced & concise account of the challenges & opportunities of international business. Extensive use of international case examples, demonstrating both good & bad practice, provides students with a realistic depiction of international business.
Sustainability

Author: Michael Norton

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136273148

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 265

View: 995

Businesses are expected to act sustainably; it is also in both societal and their interests if businesses seek and grasp opportunities to develop more sustainable products or services. Leading international companies may already be moving in this direction, but many (especially smaller companies) are often held back by a lack of personnel or know how. This book has been written to overcome this deficit by providing a convenient ‘one-stop-shop’ where readers (whether they be business staff, university or business school student) can understand personally what the sustainability issue is about, and appreciate the many areas where companies can respond to the challenge of a more sustainable world. Based on a successful ‘Green’ Management of Technology Masters introduced in Japan in 2008, this book explains in non-specialist language why current economic systems under which firms operate do not lead to sustainable outcomes, provides the background and evolution of concerns over sustainability and the many potential opportunities for businesses. It also provides sufficient understanding of key environmental and social issues to support informed debate, and encourages readers to consider working for a more sustainable organisation and society. The book provides an overview of the internal business issues raised by concerns over sustainability, and the many external opportunities which exist for innovation and development of new products and services, which can contribute to both company viability and a sustainable future for society. It can either be used as a basis for self-study and learning, or as a textbook to support a course in an MBA, MOT or similar business-oriented course. It includes educational feedback from the course students (mostly working in local businesses), which may encourage readers to explore the interactions between sustainability and business, and help teachers planning and implementing similar courses. It also blends together case studies from both UK and Japan providing a genuinely trans-national perspective.