The objective of organizing this event is to provide a platform to the exhibitors of different countries to showcase their talent & latest technologies before the visitors of domestic & International market & enhance their skills by gaining knowledge through this event. It will also act as a significant platform to know about newer innovations & applications of renewable energy.
We will provide a unique platform to the medium & small Industries to know more about the importance of innovation and application in the field of renewable energy.
In today`s world, there is more emphasis on skilling so here we have uniquely designed a platform for the people to get trained & enhance their skills & get more & better chances to build their carrier in this field. We are providing a chance to our younger generation to showcase their skills before national/International people.
Expectations From The Event
The event will provide a networking platform for business to business (B2B), business to customer (B2C) and will enrich the participants knowledge by bringing together leading experts from the industry.
Attendees to the event get three days of power packed inter industry business opportunities within the Renewable Energy & EVs and Agritech Sectors.
- Different countries in the world will see the standards for manufacturing adopted by Govt. of India. There will be an exchange of technologies among countries.
- Companies both government/non-government will know more about the new innovations & products manufactured in other countries & adoption in developing countries.
- Worldwide publicity & awareness.
- Creation of new business opportunity.
- Filing the gap of skilled manpower in Solar Industry.
- Updation of various Govt. institution in the field of startup & for growth & development of the Industry.
INDIA GROWTH STORY – RENEWABLE ENERGY
India is one of the countries with the largest production of energy from renewable sources.
- In the electricity sector, renewable energy account for 34.4% of the total installed power capacity.
- Wind power capacity was 34,046 MW as of 31 March 2018, making India the fourth-largest wind power producer in the world.
- India has set a new target of achieving 100 GW of solar power by 2022.
- Biomass power reached 8.3 GW installed capacity
- India set a target of achieving 40% of its total electricity generation from non-fossil fuel sources by 2030
- In the 2027 forecasts, India aims to have a renewable energy installed capacity of 275 GW, in addition to 72 GW of hydro-energy, 15 GW of nuclear energy and nearly 100 GW from “other zero emission” sources.
ELECTRIC VEHICLES – DRIVE THE FUTURE
There is a dire need to shift to clean mobility, given the harm vehicular pollution is inflicting on the environment.
- Electric Vehicles (EVs) are becoming increasingly popular in India due to multiple reasons such as eco-friendliness, cheaper fuel cost, lower maintenance expenses, etc.
- The Centre has taken many initiatives to give a boost to EVs. National Electric Mobility Mission Plan 2020, FAME1 & FAME 2 Schemes, EV@30, etc. indicates a shift towards EVs.
- States in sync with the Centre are also coming out with a specific policy to promote EVs with a mix of incentives, fiscal sops, and encouragement to expand this ecosystem.
- Switch to EVs powered by renewables will reduce oil imports and combat climate change.
- EVs can save about 64 per cent of energy demand for road transport, 37 per cent of carbon emissions by 2030 and save $60 billion in diesel and petrol costs by 2030
Energy Efficiency is the goal to reduce the amount of energy required to provide products and services.
Motivations to improve energy efficiency:
- Reducing energy use reduces energy costs and result in a financial cost saving to consumers
- Reducing energy use is also seen as a solution to the problem of reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
- National security benefit because it can be used to reduce the level of energy imports from foreign countries and may slow down the rate of energy at which domestic energy resources are depleted.
Energy efficiency and renewable energy are said to be the twin pillars of sustainable energy policy and are high priorities in the sustainable energy hierarchy.