EnergyDecentral India 2017Energy
The international trade fair for innovative energy supply EnergyDecentral India takes place for the first time together with the exhibition Intersolar India in Mumbai at Bombay Exhibition Centre.
EnergyDecentral India will offer a unique platform for new trends in combustion technologies, biogas production and use, as well as vast networking opportunities for exhibitors interested in entering the Indian market. At the trade fairs more than 260 exhibitors and over 12,000 trade visitors are expected.
India is with 1.31 billion inhabitants the second-populous country in the world. The energy consumption is steadily increasing. Due to outdated and inefficient power plants India‘s population is not supplied sufficiently with electricity. Currently over 55% of all residents have no access to electricity. An increased efficiency is necessary for energy generation and transmission.
One of the key objectives of the Indian government is to invest 1.25 billion Dollars in integration of renewable energy with a capacity of 175 gigawatts until 2022 (thereof 100 GW of photovoltaic systems, 60 GW of wind turbines, 10 GW of biomass plants and 5 GW of small hydropower plants).
In 2016, the capacity of net-bound renewable energy amounted to 46 GW, which is 15% of the total energy capacity of the country (307 GW). India‘s problem is to feed the renewable energy back into the overloaded power grid.
The Indian market offers international companies operating in the energy efficiency and renewable energy sector a wide range of investment possibilities.
Remains of food production, energy plants as well as agricultural waste (about 460 million tones per year) have huge potential for biomass production. Furthermore, India has one of the biggest cattle population worldwide whose manure could also be used to produce energy.
Martin Botzian+49 (0) 69 24788 290 M.Botzian(at)DLG.org
- Renewable energy
- Decentralized energy technology
- Ventilation, waste air and exhaust gas purification
- Supply and disposal systems
- Energy distribution
- Transport and storage
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