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NEW DELHI: In a significant initiative to foster economic growth and sustainable infrastructure in Himachal Pradesh, the Confederation of Indian Industries (CII) organized a one-day economic summit in Shimla.
The highlight of the event was when Caroline Rowett, the British Deputy High Commissioner of India expressed the United Kingdom’s commitment to doubling its present USD 36 million trade with India by 2030.
Rowett said, “The United Kingdom is looking forward to the present $36-million trade to double by 2030. There is a need to decarburizing infrastructure and ambition to create a more sustainable future. The UK is working with the Transport department in Himachal Pradesh for sustainable nobilities.
“There is a need to build sustainable infrastructure. In Construction and real estate stricture there is a need for Radical changes to achieve net zero and also stress upon the low carbon heating system. There is an ambition to create a more sustainable future and Infrastructure supply organizations and experts would be working in regards to that. She said that the UK has also started investing in Small-scale biogas solutions.”
Rowett emphasized the need for decarbonizing infrastructure, creating a more sustainable future, and collaborating on sustainable mobility with the Himachal Pradesh Transport Department.