indian Utility Week

POWERGEN India       DISTRIBUTECH INDIA

5-7 May 2020
IECC, PRAGATI MAIDAN
NEW DELHI, INDIA

Co-located Events

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Co-located Events

INDIAN UTILITY WEEK 2020 WILL BE CO-LOCATED WITH:

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POWERGEN India

5-7 MAY 2020 | IECC, PRAGATI MAIDAN | NEW DELHI, INDIA

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POWERGEN India is focused on helping Indian utilities to boost their power generation capacity and operational efficiency. This 3 day event attracts over 8000 participants from across the generation value chain. It is the only expo in the Indian region that covers power plant machinery, plant maintenance, fuel sources, renewable plants, energy security strategies, and finance.  

We highlight fossil and renewable based generation strategies including Coal, Natural Gas, Oil, Hydro, Bio Fuels, Waste, Geothermal, Wind and Solar. POWERGEN India will bring together key stakeholders from governments, industry and international organisations to discuss how India can strengthen its engagement with global energy players and develop energy solutions for the region.

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DistribuTECH Asia

5-7 MAY 2020 | IECC, PRAGATI MAIDAN | NEW DELHI, INDIA

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DISTRIBUTECH India focuses on the technical strategies to support fast tracking renewable power integration into the power grids, and solutions for effectively stabilising stand-alone power solutions. We include the latest in distribution automation and microgrid strategies that are being developed for advanced energy markets – to highlight development roadmaps – and to offer R&D partnerships in India.

We also include topics to help field based teams manage their work flows and data sharing requirements, and asset maintenance requirements.  Major investment being poured into building the grid edge –decentralised energy model. This model is supported by new energy services being developed by utilities and others who go directly to large energy users with niche services for carbon reduction and energy efficiency technology.