The Danish pump and water solutions firm Grundfos and Tata Projects signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate and explore projects in the areas of environment, sustainability, and water.
Mette Frederiksen, Denmark’s Prime Minister, and Freddy Svane, Denmark’s Ambassador to India, were present during the signing of the MoU.
“This MOU, I think, is just a foundation of future collaboration. It’s a collaboration about technology, innovation, and about future new business development and potential growth,” said Stéphane Simonetta, Group Executive Vice President, COO, Grundfos.
The partnership between Grundfos and Tata Projects, according to Simonetta, has the potential to enhance India’s water security while also creating jobs.
Grundfos also revealed its drinking water and dispensing solution, which the company described as a step forward in the Green Strategic Partnership between Denmark and India.
The Green Strategic Partnership between Denmark and India, according to Grundfos, is a significant step forward in the two nations’ partnership.
“This partnership is highly important in times like these – where both countries are focusing on expanding economic ties, green growth, and cooperation on global challenges such as climate change,” the company said.
Rahul Shah, COO – Urban Infrastructure, Tata Projects, added, “While this solution is providing clean water to our construction staff and workers, we see a potential to scale the reach of this type of solution to communities that need decentralized drinking water solutions.”