Energy is vital for development, economic growth and wellbeing of mankind. It is one of the major drivers of any growing economy like India and is an essential building block of economic development. Availability, affordability and security of supply of energy besides creation of adequate infrastructure to serve everyone in the country are the challenges for India for sustainable growth.

The growing concern of climate change – rise in global temperature and emissions from the energy sector have brought great focus on initiatives for use of cleaner, greener energy sources and to move away from polluting fossil fuel-based energy sources. Several studies & scenarios on possible future
energy transition trends suggest that by 2050 contribution of fossil fuel and renewable energy sources in primary energy mix would be about 50:50. Over 190 countries, NGO’s, international organizations under the support of United Nations have deliberated and suggested action plan under COP15 and COP26 for countries and companies to follow.

What are the options for cleaner energy for India to sustain its growth path and at same time meet its commitment to the world to become carbon neutral by 2070. What would be the right action plan for India to grow and retain its global competitiveness and at the same time develop its domestic infrastructure which is a prerequisite for sustained growth.

India Energy Conclave (IEC) 2023 will discuss these aspects of global energy transition, its impact on India, action plan options for India besides discussing technology innovations and capturing sectoral growth around the world, important contemporary topics would be discussed by international experts through various technical sessions.

The Conference will provide a platform to capture learnings in various parts of the world, and also in India which is seeing rolling out of one of the largest renewable energy programs in the world. The conclave would bring together all concerned group viz. Central and State Government Agencies, Regulatory
Agencies, Central & State Discoms, Trancos and GENCO’s, Independent Power Producers, Financial Institutions, IT & Technology Service Providers, Equipment Manufacturers, Power Sector Professionals, Consultants and other stakeholders to a common platform to share their ideas and initiatives to address the challenges of the Indian energy sector.

The confluence of knowledge and experience with synergetic approach by industries and academia, in the conclave, shall be a step towards strengthening our commitment to the energy security of the nation.

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