Elecrama 2018 was not merely an exhibition. It reflected the industry sentiment. Looking at the numbers- Rs 65 billion of business queries generated, footfall of around 298,000 and 1,200 exhibitors-it seems all is well with the power sector.
The Power Retreat
The 17th Regulators and Policymakers Retreat, organised by IPPAI, witnessed a power-packed opening session where not only representatives from the power sector, but railways, roads, waterways and shipping gathered on the same platform at the Lalit Golf and Spa Resort in Goa, to address a common question
Opportunities galore at ELECRAMA-2016
The 12th edition of ELECRAMA, the World´s largest Transmission and Distribution Exhibition was a power packed event, which was held at BIEC, Bengaluru from 13th -17th February, 2016. The event witnessed the presence of who´s who in the power industry both domestic and international.
ELECRAMA 2016 Forthcoming Expo of Electrical Industry
Being held biennially since 1990 in India, the eleventh edition ELECRAMA-2014 hosted 970 exhibitors from India and across the world and also attracted over 100,000 footfalls into the exhibition.
Govt to offer 26 per cent in DVC power plant to railways
The government plans to offer a 26 per cent stake in generation- to-irrigation utility Damodar Valley Corporation´s coal-fired power plant at Raghunathpur, WB, which is expected to be acquired by central generation utility NTPC, to the Indian Railways.
State specific policies for RE
Union Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu has called for more active participation of States in harnessing renewable energy. He was speaking at the session tilted ´Showcase of Policy Incentives by States´ in the RE-INVEST 2015 in New Delhi.
RE commitments cross 2 lakh MW
India is moving gradually to become the renewable energy capital of the world. The RE-Invest 2015 saw some big-ticket announcements by large Indian renewable energy players and policy pronouncements from the Central government.
Finally, with the government of India kick-starting the coal auction process, well on time (thanks to the Supreme Court timeline verdict), the Centre has silenced all the critics and has opened a new chapter altogether in the ´black gold´ sector.