POWERGEN India / Renewable Energy World India / Hydrovision India

You are invited to submit an abstract to be a potential speaker at POWER-GEN India & Central Asia, Renewable Energy World India or HydroVision India 2012, as this premier three-way co-located conference and exhibition returns to New Delhi in 2012.

Under the theme Switching on India’s POWER, GREEN POWER & HYDRO POWER Future and spanning over three days and six tracks, POWER-GEN India & Central Asia, Renewable Energy World India & HydroVision India is a key forum for senior executives and industry leaders from across the globe to address important issues facing the conventional power, renewable energy and hydropower industry as well as the latest projects and technologies.

Attracting an international audience of technocrats, industry leaders and senior government officials from central and state governments as well as eminent experts directly involved in thermal, renewable and hydropower industries, this premier co-located event will feature a comprehensive conference programme focused on new technologies, future trends and advanced business solutions.

The power & energy Infrastructure sector in India is poised for a major take-off as a result of the Government of India’s commitment to improve the nation’s power infrastructure by adopting a three-pronged sustainable approach combining thermal, renewable and hydropower to meet the nation’s surging demand for electricity as it rises to in excess of 950,000 MW by 2030.

Now is the time to be take advantage of the region’s massive growth associated with a growing economy and increasing investments in the thermal, renewable and hydropower markets.

Closing date for abstract submissions is Friday 11 November.

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David Appleyard is a contributing editor. Formerly Editor in Chief of Renewable Energy World and sister renewable energy magazines Wind Technology, Large Scale Solar and HRW - Hydro Review Worldwide, now a freelance journalist and photographer contributing to a wide range of on-line and print publications. David has some 20 years' experience of writing about the renewable energy sector and is based in Europe.

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