ISA Logo Transferred to Its Secretariat in Gurgaon

Under the EU technical assistant project the logo was designed for Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE). The developer and the designer of the logo are Andrzej Uwitniewski and Marek Zaborowski.

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The rights of an International Solar Alliance (ISA) logo have been transferred by the European Union (EU) to ISA Secretariat situated in Gurgaon. The union announced the transfer on Saturday.

ISA is a coalition of 121 resource rich countries led by India. The logo consists of 121 dots representing each country in the coalition.

Under the EU technical assistant project the logo was designed for Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE). The developer and the designer of the logo are Andrzej Uwitniewski and Marek Zaborowski.

The transfer ceremony of the logo was attended by EU Ambassador Tomasz Kozlowski, MNRE Secretary Anand Kumar and ISA Interim Director General Upendra Tripathy.

Speaking on the occasion Tomasz Kozlowski said, “Sustainable development is at the heart of EU-India relations and we are well advanced in our clean energy and climate partnership.”

“The EU and India are committed to implementing the Paris Agreement and are collaborating closely in the area of off-shore wind, solar parks, roof-top solar, urbanisation, circular economy, waste management. We are looking at formalising our support to the ISA in the coming months,” he added.

ISA Interim Director General Upendra Tripathy said “Closer cooperation between the European Union and the International Solar Alliance demonstrates the shared commitment to tackle climate change. Working with the EU is crucial to mobilise climate finance and share technical expertise.”

He further added “It’s unique experience of successfully supporting renewable energy development in its member countries as well as in the world will enhance the efforts of the ISA in the years ahead.”

Former French President Francois Hollande and Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched an alliance in 2015 at UN Climate Change Conference in Paris.

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