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EBTC Water Partnership ( EWP-India ). Innovative bottom-up project development for the Indian water sector. Monish Verma, Environment Sector Specialist, EBTC, New Delhi, India May 07, 2014, Aquatech India Conference, Pragati Maidan , New Delhi. www.ebtc.eu.

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innovative bottom up project development for the indian water sector

EBTC Water Partnership (EWP-India)

Innovative bottom-up project development for the Indian water sector

Monish Verma, Environment Sector Specialist, EBTC, New Delhi, India

May 07, 2014, Aquatech India Conference, PragatiMaidan, New Delhi

www.ebtc.eu

ebtc and eti dynamics strategic partners for iwdp
EBTC and ETI DynamicsStrategic Partners for IWDP
  • About EBTC
  • About EWP-India
  • Bottom-up PPPs – A Business Opportunity
  • How to Participate in EWP-India?
ebtc is dedicated to promoting eu clean technologies in india
EBTC is dedicated to promoting EU clean technologies in India
  • EBTC works complementarily with existing EU efforts in India.
  • EBTC provides tailored services ranging from market exploration to establishment in the Indian market. It provides, notably:
    • comprehensive market insight,
    • help in market access issues,
    • inroads for entrants,
    • identifying projects and partners
    • advice on market entry strategy
    • business and technology incubation.
  • EBTC is the nodal point in India of the Enterprise Europe Network (EEN)
  • EBTC in short
    • 4 sectors: Biotech, Energy, Environment and Transport
    • 4 offices: New Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru and Kolkata
    • 20 staff including 4 sector experts & IPR expert
    • 30 partners, based in Europe and India
    • 22 cooperation agreements between companies facilitated
    • 300+ delegates from 24 EU states, including via 12 Flagship missions and 9 Focus missions
    • 100+ project briefs on EBTC website
ebtc and eti dynamics strategic partners for iwdp1
EBTC and ETI DynamicsStrategic Partners for IWDP
  • About EBTC
  • About EWP-India
  • Bottom-up PPPs – A Business Opportunity
  • How to Participate in EWP-India?
the ebtc water partnership ewp india
The EBTC Water Partnership (EWP-India)
  • EWP is a strategic platform for EU businesses, clusters, organisations, research institutes and platforms (programmes) to collaborate and innovate to establish their presence in India’s evolving water and wastewater sectors.
    • EBTC is a strategic partner of India Water Development Programme (IWDP) for the EU
    • IWDP aims at developing path-breaking innovative projects in the water sector that can increase the uptake of environmental technologies across India.

EWP seeks to deploy EU technologies/expertise in IWDP’s projects

iwdp the ganga river basin 20bn by 2020
IWDPThe Ganga river basin + (€20bn by 2020)

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  • ETI Dynamics established IWDP in October 2011
  • Multi-country collaboration
    • Formal tie-up with EU (EBTC)
    • Canada – Southern Ontario Water Consortium
    • Segments of Focus:
    • Industrial Effluents
    • Water Mapping & Modelling
    • River Basin Management & IWRM
    • Water, Sewage & Sanitation
  • Multi Stakeholder engagement
    • Policy makers at national, state and municipal level
    • Technology, Engineering, Research & Innovation
    • Finance and Investments
    • Civil Society
  • Creation of Projects
    • Path breaking projects using new economic models
    • Secure BAT from around the world
  • Meetings and Events
    • Flagship Annual Activity: India Water Impact Summit February 12-14, 2014

Very specific platform, where all enablers and services are in place

india s 1 st water innovation cluster launched april 11 2013
India’s 1stWater Innovation Cluster launched April 11, 2013

EBTC is working with Vittal Innovation City and ETI Dynamics to position itself as EU’s gateway for expertise and technologies from EU clusters, research institutions, technology developers (providers) and companies.

  • India’s First and Largest Innovation Cluster in the World
    • Multi-Disciplinary, Multi-Location
    • Location 1: Southern India (50 kms north of Bangalore airport)
    • Other Locations: Western, Northern, Eastern and Central India
    • Will address Indian as well as global markets
  • Key Offerings
    • Technology Verification, Assessment and Benchmarking
    • New Product Development
    • Water Modelling
    • Business Incubation Services
    • Water Project Finance
    • Water Policy, Pricing and Governance Models
ebtc and eti dynamics strategic partners for iwdp2
EBTC and ETI DynamicsStrategic Partners for IWDP
  • About EBTC
  • About EWP-India
  • Bottom-up PPPs – A Business Opportunity
  • How to Participate in EWP-India?
wastewater in the ganges as an opportunity
Wastewater in the Ganges as an Opportunity
  • The gap is enormous and novel approaches and technologies to limit effluents ending up in the river are critical. For instance, the effluents in Ganga are:

Sewage

MSW

Industrial

Treated

Source: Central Pollution Control Board, India; Ministry of Environment & Forests, India

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IWDP39 Projects targeting industrial effluents

Bottom-up PPP structures are at the core of the IWDP platform which is actively bringing “structuring innovation in projects”. A viable PPP is the only way for EU companies in the water and wastewater sectors to partner Indian businesses.

  • Major polluting segments in the Ganga river basin are being approached differentially to develop projects that suit the local needs and provides an optimal solution for each industrial subsectors such as
    • Pulp & Paper
    • Distilleries
    • Tanneries
  • Financing from multiple sources such as government of India, multilateral agencies and other venture funds active in the environmental field are in process of being tied-up
  • 5 of the 39 projects will be initiated between Nov 2013 – Feb 2014.The others will be phased between Apr 2014 – Apr 2016.
ebtc and eti dynamics strategic partners for iwdp3
EBTC and ETI DynamicsStrategic Partners for IWDP
  • About EBTC
  • About EWP-India
  • Bottom-up PPPs – A Business Opportunity
  • How to Participate in EWP-India?
ewp india how to participate
EWP-IndiaHow to participate?
  • EWP is inviting institutions to become nodal partners across Europe in three categories:
    • Technology Transfer,
    • Research & Innovation,
    • Project Development
  • What are EWP’s nodal partners (ENP’s)?
    • ENP’s are existing EU entities that have a keen interest in tapping the growing Indian market for its constituent members.
    • Only by becoming an ENP, the EU businesses, clusters, organisations, research institutes and will be able to avail of a preferred track for enabling cooperation that EWP (with IWDP) will provide.
    • In short, technology-based multi-level consortia for projects will be facilitated by EWP.

The EBTC Water Partnership (EWP) seeks to support the deployment of EU technology and expertise in IWDP’s structurally innovative projects with a vision of establishing effective EU-IN collaborations.

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EWP-IndiaBenefits

The membership fee for being an ENP is € 5,500 annually. This membership enables the EU entity in developing a partnership to do business or research on the ground in a innovative, collaborative and mutually beneficial manner

  • Benefits
    • Exclusivity: You will be the exclusive nodal manager in the particular segment. This means that any member will be channeled through your institution.
    • Revenue Share: The revenue generated through projects will be shared with you if any of your members participates in a successful consortium for a project. In addition to the project revenue stream you will also be entitled to a share of membership fees generated through your efforts.
    • Visibility: You will get complete visibility in all marketing collateral both within India and internationally
    • Availing of EBTC’s services across the project cycle – EOI > RFI > RFP > Final Bid – and also across its four dimensions, in particular, initiatives – EEN, RIB, TLM and MPH.
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EWP-India “Exclusively for EU”Commercial projects

  • Creation of a techno-commercial framework
  • Annual fees = € 5,500
  • Project alert 60 days before open access
  • Apply through open calls > EOI > RFI > RFP