As part of the Partners for Water 2016-2021 programme, in mid July 2016, RVO.nl will open a new tender within the subsidy scheme. The Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment is currently setting up the scheme. The tender is expected to close on 31 August 2016.
The Karnal Municipal Corporation (MC) joined hands with the Netherlands in securing a berth in the third list of India’s Smart Cities Mission. The goal of the initiative is to make 100 of India’s cities citizen-friendly and sustainable.
Over the past few years, the Smart Cities Mission of the Indian government has been gathering steam. Twenty Indian cities have already been selected to develop into a Smart City, and another eighty will follow. The goal of the initiative is to make India’s cities citizen-friendly and sustainable.
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Applications are open for the Sanitation Innovation Accelerator (SIA, 2016). This 6-Month program will identify, start-up, finance, and scale early-stage entrepreneurial innovations across the sanitation value chain in rural India.
Interested in doing business in Smart Cities ? Visit the Holland Pavilion at the Smart Cities India Expo in New Delhi from 11-13th of May. Smart cities developments offer huge opportunities to Dutch specialists in Urban Development, (Solar)Energy Technology, Water and Waste Management or Health Care solutions.
From 31 March till 6 April our computer system will be updated. In this period we cannot process Dutch passport applications.
This April and May we will organise Holland Meets Pune 2016! The city of Pune is a hub for IT, manufacturing and R&D. The city already has a considerable Dutch presence with companies like Philips, TomTom and DSM operating there for quite some time, but we think more business-links are possible!
Research teams composed of Dutch and Indian researchers can apply for joint bilateral programmes, jointly funded by the Department of Biotechnology (DBT) and The Netherland Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO). The topic of this call is ‘Water for Health’. This call will be implemented by the Department of Biotechnology and by Technology Foundation STW of NWO.
The solar photovoltaic (PV) energy sector has been identified by the national government of India as an industry with strategic significance and it will play an important role in the future energy security of India. Particularly, the government recently announced to aim for a total installed PV capacity of 100 gigawatt by the year 2022, starting from about 5 gigawatt today.