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The combined POWER-GEN India & Central Asia, Renewable Energy World India and DistribuTECH India conference and exhibition anticipates attracting:
• 7,000+ attendees
• 100+ eminent international speakers
• 560+ delegates
• 260+ exhibiting regional and global companies
• Senior management and professionals with decision making responsibility
• Representation from over 60 countries
• Conference programme orchestrated by core committee of 51 highly respected industry professionals
Benefits of Attending
• Take advantage of an experienced platform for major players in the Indian and international power sector
• See first-hand a large display of state-of-the-art products and services
• Be part of a high-level international conference featuring eminent speakers from around the globe
• Meet buyers and sellers to enhance business prospects
• Network and update yourself with the latest industry trends
POWER. KEY TO INDIA’S FUTURE GROWTH
The growth of the Indian power sector is crucial for the overall economic prosperity of the country. India is tentatively remerging as an economic power - the economy expanded at a rate of 4.8% in the July-to-September period last year, up from 4.4% in the previous quarter. The acceleration was faster than analysts had been expecting.
With the growing economy, expanding population and increasing demand for power, India is an attractive destination for the power industry.
POWER-GEN INDIA & CENTRAL ASIA
According to a RNCOS research report, ‘Indian Power Sector Analysis’, the Indian power sector will add nearly 45,000 MW to its total installed capacity by 2014.
Further to this, the Ministry of Power, India has set a target for adding 88,000 MW of electricity capacity in the 12th Plan (2012-17) and a forcast 93,000 MW in the 13th Five-Year Plan (2017-2022). During this period, an investment of about US$122 billion is expected in power generation projects.
RENEWABLE ENERGY WORLD INDIA
There is a strong opportunity for private developers to expand and tap into impending infrastructure developments and advances in small/large scale renewable energy and small hydro projects. India has taken a significant step forward in implementing its green growth agenda by increasing its installed capacity of solar power from around 30 MW to more than 2,000 MW.
To meet the demand for power, Power Grid Corporation of India Limited PGCIL, India’s state-controlled transmission and distribution utility, has confirmed its commitment to invest $5.1 billion on 12 transmission infrastructure projects in the country.
South India has already joined the national electricity grid, completing the integration of the entire country into one seamless network for delivering power to consumers. It has become one of the largest operating synchronous grids in the world with about 232 GW (gigawatts) of installed power generation capacity.