About Us

Indo-European Sustainable Development (I.E.S.D.) is responsible for developing economic and trade relations between Europe and India from the point of view of business internationalization, organizing strategic relations between companies in these markets and promoting investment in the Indian renewable energy market. Thanks to an over a decade’s experience in the Indian market, a multidisciplinary team of professionals and the well-established presence in Italy and India, I.E.S.D. comes up as a valuable asset for world’s biggest companies looking for new investment opportunities in India.

Partners for Internationalization

Indo-European Sustainable Development (I.E.S.D.) is a first class partner for the internationalization of Italian and European companies towards the Indian market. It provides business consulting and finance services, and in some cases shares the entrepreneurial path with the company, becoming a stable partner of its projects.

Renewable Energy

Indo-European Sustainable Development (I.E.S.D.) promotes, develops and manages plants for renewable energy production in India for solar, biomass and mini-hydroelectric sector. Thanks to its partnerships with first class level engineering companies I.E.S.D. is able to handle every project phase, from the feasibility studies to the power plant start-up.

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