12th India Energy Summit to be held on Nov 13 and 14 in Delhi
Kolkata: With an aim to provide a whiteboard to the participants from the energy industry to deliberate and exchange ideas on affordable and accessible power as well as smart integration of renewable energy, development of gas based transportation systems, pipeline grid and city gas distribution system, the "12th India Energy Summit 2018" will be organised by the Indian Chamber of Commerce (ICC) on November 13 and 14 in New Delhi.
The two-day conference will also focus on carbon dioxide emission reduction and cleaner uses of coal, a crucial domestic fossil fuel which, if used intelligently, can help secure energy
security. The 12th edition of the ICC's flagship initiative's theme for 2018 is "Energy for All—Clean Energy in Every home" is scheduled to take place at Hotel Le Meridien.
The conference will be graced by principle secretariats of participating states, industrialists and global energy experts from GIZ, ADB, India Smart Grid Forum, PGCIL —amongst others, who will delve deep into pioneering energy schemes such as "Saubhagya" and deliberate on issues that are plaguing the sector as well as on the development of Gas Trading Hub —
on central pricing point for natural gas during the sessions.
Eminent stalwarts of the sector such as Ajay Kumar Bhalla, union Secretary, Ministry of Power, and Saurabh Patel, minister Department of Energy, Government of Gujrat will also grace the occasion.
The conference will see participation from major Indian states such as Gujarat, Maharashtra, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Punjab, Madhya Pradesh and Haryana.
The major highlight of the conference will be presentation of the State Power Utility Awards and the sixth
"Innovation with Impact" ceremony for the private and public sector Discoms.
An exclusive Knowledge Report will also be released at the summit.