SgurrEnergy Reaches 100 GW Milestone, Pledges Commitment to India’s Green Ambitions

Renewable consultancy giant pledges support for India’s ambitious 500 GW target, expands globally with green focus.

Renewable energy consultancy SgurrEnergy has crossed a significant milestone, surpassing 100 GW of experience in clean energy projects across 40 countries, with a remarkable 60 GW contribution coming from India alone. This achievement aligns with India’s ambitious goal of achieving 500 GW of renewable energy capacity by 2030.

“We’ve reached this global landmark through a blend of technical expertise, strategic partnerships, and proven project management,” stated Mr. Arif Aga, Director of SgurrEnergy. “International collaboration and adhering to best practices have been integral to our success.”

SgurrEnergy, one of India’s oldest technical consultants, aims to further expand its presence in the country by identifying new renewable energy opportunities, venturing into green hydrogen and inspection services, and fostering local talent through partnerships and skills development initiatives.

Their commitment to India is evidenced by a staggering 10GW project in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, showcasing their dedication to large-scale sustainable solutions. Additionally, planned offices in the UK, Europe, and Southeast Asia signify their vision for global expansion and innovation.

“We strive to contribute to global renewable energy goals by exploring new markets, establishing partnerships, and investing in projects,” Aga added. “Knowledge-sharing, international conferences, and collaborations are crucial for advancing clean energy infrastructure worldwide.”

With this milestone, SgurrEnergy cements its position as a leading force in the global renewable energy transition, demonstrating its unwavering commitment to sustainable solutions and India’s green ambitions. The company’s focus on technological advancements, community engagement, and capacity building in wind, solar, and other clean energy sources marks a positive step towards a greener future.