A not-for profit, pan-indian organisation working in the larger interest of wind energy community with the objective of making wind energy popular and commercially viable alternative source of energy.
The Indian Wind Energy Association (InWEA) was set up in 2002 as a not-for-profit organisation under the Societies Act. InWEA with more than 300 members is dedicated to promotion and development of wind power in India.
Since its inception InWEA has worked consistently towards removing barriers to wind power development and creation of an enabling regulatory and policy environment for investments in this sector.
The association is also a member of several international and national industry bodies such as the World Wind Energy Association, the European Wind Energy Association, CII, FICCI and ASSOCHAM among others.
To utilize the wind energy resources in the country in an optimal manner and thereby contribute to the country’s quest for affordable, clean energy as well as energy security.
To promote and spread awareness about the benefits of wind energy and the crucial role it can play in ensuring a sustainable path for the country’s economic and social development.
To ensure that the industry develops in a sustainable manner by protecting the interests of all stakeholders.