About the Summit
After organising more than 200 knowledge conferences in various parts of India and abroad by partnering with various government agencies and also creating knowledge sharing platforms to discuss & deliberate upon various aspects governance, infrastructure, energy, health, education, smart cities and bfsi sector, Elets is all set to organize this prestigious summit on India’s energy sector with a special focus on the use of innovation & technology to address the challenges of the sector.
The ‘2nd Elets National Power Summit’ will have insightful sessions on various aspects of India’s energy sector focusing on ‘Renewable Energy, Conventional Energy, Smart & Advanced Technologies in the Energy Sector’ – key trends, outlook and best practices of Government Initiatives, Energy Infrastructure, Electric Vehicle / Green Transport, Renewable Energy Integration – Enabling Technologies (Information Technology, Internet of Things, Mobility Solutions, etc.). Utility Perspective – Smart Grids, Cloud Computing – Communication Issues and Solutions, Cyber Security – Next Steps for ERP and other essential aspects in the energy sector.
Under the mentorship of Shri Ajay Misra, Special Chief Secretary, Department of Energy, Environment, Forest, Science & Technology, Govt of Telangana, the conference will also act as a platform to showcase Telangana state as a global destination and as a land of opportunities for the implementation of smart ideas for the benefit of people.
This important event will see participation of policy makers, experts and decision makers from the industry and other relevant stakeholders in the energy sector from both government and private systems.
This summit aims to create a unique platform for idea exchange, networking and exploring opportunities for collaborations, while setting the policy agenda for holistic development of energy eco-system in the state and country.
The summit will mainly unfold in three segments including conference, expo and awards.
A special issue of eGov Magazine (Asia’s 1st Premier Magazine on e-Governance) will also be released highlighting the latest works and trends in the energy sector.
Telangana has emerged as a leader and innovator in energy sector in just 5 years and turned itself from a energy deficit state to a energy surplus state.
The State Government, in line with the emphasis laid on the use of renewable energy globally and nationally, has been taking many initiatives to be at the forefront of renewable power generation and conservation.
To facilitate a knowledge-sharing & collaboration platform, Elets Technomedia Pvt Ltd in association with the Telangana State Energy Department and Telangana State Renewable Energy Development Corporation Ltd (TSREDCO) is organising the National Power Summit on 12th July 2019 in Hyderabad.
Exclusive Presentation Slots
Product / Service showcase in innovation galaxy (Expo Stalls)
One to one networking with key stake holders
Brain Storming Panel Discussion
Industry Excellence Award
Ministry of Power, Govt of India
Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE)
State Government Energy Ministry – Conventional and Renewable Energy Departments
Ministry of Mines, Govt of India
Central and State Transport Ministry and Departments
International Embassies and Agencies
Public Sector Undertaking
National Institute of Solar Energy ( NISE)
National Institute of Wind Energy (NIWE)
Sardar Swaran Singh National Institute of Bio-Energy (SSS – NIBE)
The Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency (IREDA)
Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI)
State Nodal Agencies
Industrialists and Investors in the Renewable Energy
Power Sector: Overview
Government of India’s Vision
India has become a global champion in addressing the issues of climate change through effective and feasible interventions.
The country has achieved cumulative installed renewable energy capacity of 76.87 GW as on February, 2019 and is on track to achieve the goal of 175 GW by 2022.
The target of National Solar Mission has been up-scaled to 113 GW from 20 GW of grid connected solar power by 2022, which creates a positive environment among investors keen to tap into India’s renewable energy potential.
The Government wants to put in place 66 GW of wind power capacity, 10 GW from biomass power by 2022.
The central government plans to continue its efforts in this regard and make it a popular movement. It aims to further make all efforts to invite other countries of the world to become members of the International Solar Alliance.
Solar Park Scheme for setting up of over 50 Solar Parks and Ultra Mega Solar Power Projects targeting over 40,000 MW of solar power projects.
Scheme for setting up 1000 MW of Grid-Connected Solar PV Power Projects by Central Public Sector Undertakings (CPSUs) and Government of India organisations with Viability Gap Funding (VGF).
Pilot-cum-demonstration projects for development of grid connected solar PV power plants on canal banks and canal tops.
Installation of Grid Connected Solar Rooftop Power Plants.
Telangana: Overview & Vision
Telangana is the only State in the country providing 24 hours free power supply the farmers with over 24 lakhs agriculture consumers.
Telangana is set to cross the 5000 MW solar power generation capacity by 2019, more than the 1300 MW installed capacity at present.
Solar project developers are offered opportunity to develop units based on the demand-supply situation with minimal operational losses in the state.
By touching 3000 MW-mark, the state will also cross another milestone of achieving over 15% of total energy contribution from renewable energy sector.
Unlike other states, Telangana has not opted for mega solar parks but has planned for a decentralised model wherein it assesses the extra demand in different parts of the state and floats tenders accordingly.
Keeping in view the increase in energy / electricity demand in the next few years, the Telangana state government is increasing its installed capacity and encouraging establishment of new units and plants.