11th Annual Conference on TRANSMISSION LINES, TOWERS AND SUBSTATIONS

 

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There is a special low fee of Rs 7,000 per participant for state electricity boards and their successor units (state-owned transcos), regulatory authorities and research/academic institutions.

 

  • There is a 10 per cent discount before June 01, 2023.
  • GST @18 per cent is applicable on the registration fee.
  • Registration will be confirmed on receipt of the payment.

Platinum Sponsorship – EXCLUSIVE

  • Exclusivity & naming rights
  • Fireside chat between Renewable Watch Editor and your C-level executive
  • Two speaker slots
  • Top billing
  • Complimentary passes (upto 15)
  • Full contact list/ details of attendees
  • Separate meeting space
  • Opportunity to share a wish-list of 10 organisations to meet them at the conference (list should be shared at least 6 weeks prior to the event)
  • Corporate film (3-4 mins) to be featured during networking breaks
  • Social media posts (LinkedIn and Twitter)
  • Electronic Direct Mailer (EDM) campaign with sponsor logo to master database
  • Mention on all in-house advertisements in our related magazines
  • Mention on all conference promotional material (mailings, ads, etc)
  • Distribution of sponsor promotional material to each participant
  • Stall space 3 X 3 M

Lead Sponsor – Upto Two Slots 

  • One or two speaker slots
  • Prominent logo presence at the conference under Lead sponsor category
  • 8-10 delegate registrations (from the sponsoring company)
  • Stall Space 3 x 2 M
  • Corporate film (3-4 mins) to be featured during networking breaks
  • 5 social media posts (LinkedIn and Twitter)
  • Electronic Direct Mailer (EDM) campaign with sponsor logo to master database
  • Hyperlink of sponsor website on the event website page
  • Mention on all conference promotional material (mailings, ads, etc)
  • Distribution of sponsor promotional material to each participant

Co-Sponsorship

  • 4 delegate registrations (from the sponsoring company)
  • Stall Space 2 x 2 M
  • Electronic Direct Mailer (EDM) campaign with sponsor logo to master database
  • Hyperlink of sponsor website on the event website page
  • Mention on all conference promotional material (mailings, ads, etc)
  • Distribution of sponsor promotional material to each participant
  • Logo presence at the conference
  • List of participants to be shared post-conference
  • Distribution of sponsor promotional material to each participant

For sponsorship opportunities , contact:
Arushi Sethi – Conference Cell
Tel: +91-9891365019
Email: arushi.sethi@indiainfrastructure.com

The conference is being organised by India Infrastructure Publishing, the leading provider of information on the infrastructure sectors through magazines, newsletters, reports and conferences. It publishes Power Line (the premier magazine for the Indian power sector), Indian Infrastructure and Renewable Watch magazines. It also publishes a series of reports on the energy sector including Power Transmission in India and T&D Equipment Market in India. The company also publishes Power News (a weekly newsletter) and the Power Line Directory and Yearbook.

 

Global Transmission is a leading provider of information and analysis on the global electricity transmission industry. It publishes the Global Transmission Report (a monthly newsletter), Global Transmission Weekly (a weekly update), and a report on Global Electricity Transmission, and operates www.globaltransmission.info

 

 

This conference is a well-established must-attend annual event, the list of previous participants include:Abhisek Contech, Accenture, ACME Solar Holding, Adani Electricity, Adani Transmission, Aditya Birla Insulators, AEGCL, Airbus, Alba, Alfanar Energy, Altair, Altec, Amara Raja Power Systems, Amitasha Enterprises, Angelique, Anvil Cables, Apaarva Energy, Apar Industries, APPSIL, Ashida Electronics, Associated Power Structures, Asteria, Aveva, Aviva Power, Azure Power, B4S, Bajaj Electricals, BBMB, Bekaert, Bentley Systems, Bharat Bijlee, BHEL, BMC, BMI, BNC Power Project, BSES Rajdhani, BSPTCL, Burns & McDonnell, Cabcon India, Cargill, CESC, CG Global, Chlorofyl, CTC Global, Cummins India, Degi Trans, Delhi Transco, DMTCL, Edelweiss, Electrotherm, Elite Powertech, Ensmart, Entegra, EPCO, EPTCL, Equirus Securities, Era T&D, Eros Group, Eros Infrastructures, Eros Metal Works, ESRI, ESSAR POWER, Eyrich+AppelGmbh, Fluke Technologies, Fugro, Ganges International, GE T&D, GETCO, GIG IRM Glass Insulators, GIZ, Godrej & Boyce, Greenko Energy Projects, Gujarat State Fertilizers & Chemicals, Gupta Power Infrastructure, Haldia Energy, Harshini Tele Systems, Hemant Sahai, Himalayan Heli Services, Hind Aluminium Industries, Hindgold Automotive Components, Hitachi ABB Power Grids India, Hyosung T&D, ICICI Bank, IDFC Bank, Incedo, India Energy Storage Alliance, Indigrid, ITW Chemin, Jaigad Power Transco, Jindal Steel & Power, JSK Industries, Jyoti Structures, Kalpataru Power Transmission, KEC, KEI Industries, Kinectrics India Private, KPTCL, Kudgi Transmission, L&T, L&T IDPL, Lara Global, M&I Materials, Madhav Engineers, MAN Structurals, MDC AMPOWER, Mitsui & Co., Modern Insulators, Monnet Ispat& Energy, Motilal Oswal Financial Services, Motwane, MPPTCL, Mtandt Group, National High Power Test Laboratory, NEDO, Nomura, NTPC, OPTCL, Paramount Communications, Paras Aerospace Solutions, Power Finance Corporation, Power Grid, Powerica, Powerlinks Transmission, Preformed Line Products (Thailand), Premji Invest, Primtech, PTC, Punj Lloyd, Punjab State Transmission Corp, Quality Austria Central Asia, R.S. Infraprojects, Ramboll, Ramelex, Reliance Power Transmission, Renew Power, Satsure, SBI Capital Markets, SEIPL, Sekura Energy, Septett Advisory Services, Shenzhen Micromulticopter Aero Technology, Shree Kushal Fabricators, Sicame, Siemens, Sleepwalkers, SMEC, SMS Group, State Grid Corporation Of China, Steag, Steel Authority Of India, Sterling & Wilson, Sterlite Power Grid Ventures, Sterlite Power Transmission, Supreme & Co., Suzlon Energy, SvarnInfratel, Tag Corporation, Tagbin, Tata Consulting Engineers, Tata Power, Tata Projects, Taurus Powertronics, TBEA Energy, TelegencePowercomm, TESMEC, Testo, Tirumala Seven Hills, Tokyo Rope, Torrent Power, Transrail Lighting, Trimble Solutions, UP Power Transmission Corporation, Utkarsh India, VECV, Vidhyut Power, Vidyut SoudhaKhairatabad, Voyants, etc.

Previous Speakers (in alphabetical order):

  • Adam, Director Grid and Transmission Transmission Corporation of Andhra Pradesh
  • Ramesh Babu, Executive Engineer, Karnataka Power Transmission Corporation
  • N. De Bhowmick, Executive Director Power Grid Corporation of India 
  • Ravindra Chavan, Director Projects, Maharashtra State Electricity Transmission Corporation
  • K. Dubey, Head Engineering (Transmission)
  • Adani Power , Ishwar Kailashnath Dubey Associate Vice President – Projects Engineering, Adani Transmission
  • Manju Gupta, Chief Generel Manager Powergrid Corporation of India 
  • Kataki, Chief General Manager Asset Management , Power Grid Corporation of India
  • K. Khare, Director, Uttar Pradesh Power Transmission Corporation (UPPTCL)
  • Sanjay Kulkarni, Executive Director Systems, Maharashtra State Electricity Transmission Company
  • Vineet Kumar, VP Sales & Business Development Sterlite
  • Surendra Kumar, General Manager Power Grid Corporation of India 
  • K. Mahajan, Additional General Manager Bharat Heavy Electricals 
  • Satya Gopal Mohanty, Senior Vice President Projects Kalpataru Power Transmission 
  • Rajesh Narayan, Head Transmission Lines Power Transmission & Distribution L&T Construction
  • K. Parwar, Executive Engineer, Madhya Pradesh Power Transmission Company
  • G. Patel, Superintending Engineer(Project) Gujarat Energy Transmission Corporation
  • R. Patel, General Manager, KEC International
  • Desh Raj Pathak, SBU Head (Transmission & Distribution) India SAARC & SEA Tata Projects
  • K. Pattanaik, Deputy General Manager (Elect) Odisha Power Transmission Corporation 
  • V. Rao, Vice President, KEC International
  • Anil Rawal, Vice President and Head Business Acquisition Sterlite Power Transmission
  • Jagath Reddy , Director Transmission Corporation of Telangana
  • Dipak Roy , Superintendent Engineer (Civil) West Bengal State Electricity Transmission Company (WBSETCL)
  • Rajeev Sapra, Manager (Transmission) , Delhi Transco
  • K. Shah , Superintending Engineer Projects Gujarat Energy Transmission Company
  • M. Sheth, Executive Engineer Gujarat Energy Transmission Company 
  • Ajay Shrivastava , Additional Chief Engineer Madhya Pradesh Power Transmission Company
  • N. Singh , Executive Director Engineering & FQA Power Grid Corporation of India
  • Amitabh Singhal , Vice President , Power Systems Sterlite Power
  • G Sivaiah, Executive Engineer/Designs/ Electrical Transmission Corporation of Andhra Pradesh
  • C. Taneja , Chief General Manager ,Power Grid Corporation of India
  • Puneet Tyagi , Deputy General Manager , Power Grid Corporation of India
  • K. Tyagi , General Manager (AM) Power Grid Corporation of India
  • Hitesh Vaghasiya, Head Project Management &Business Excellence Adani Transmission

For sponsorship opportunities and delegate registrations, contact:
Arushi Sethi
Tel: +91-9891365019
Email: arushi.sethi@indiainfrastructure.com

 

Conference Venue:

The Leela Ambience Gurgaon Hotel & Residences is located on the fringe of the Gurgaon Central Business District, fifteen minutes from Delhi’s International Airport and thirty minutes from Central Delhi. The 27,000 square feet, beautifully finished convention facilities, meeting and boardrooms were recently awarded the prestigious 5-Star deluxe “Best Luxury Hotel and Conference Centre – India”..

 

The Leela Ambience Gurgaon Hotel & Residences
Ambience Island
National Highway 8, Gurgaon 122 002
Tel: (91-124) 477 1177
Fax: (91-124) 477 1137
reservations.gurgaon-delhi@theleela.com

 

  • The installed renewable energy capacity is targeted to reach over 500 GW by 2030, implying a significant CAGR of about over 20 per cent during the next seven year-period. To support these ambitious energy transition targets, the power transmission segment is expected to see significant investments in the next few years.
  • Nearly 51,000 ct. km of transmission lines are planned to come up at an investment of over Rs 2.4 trillion by 2030, as per a detailed transmission system roadmap recently prepared by the Central Electricity Authority. These lines would help in evacuation of power from major renewable energy (RE) potential zones like Leh RE park in Ladakh; Fatehgarh, Bhadla, Bikaner in Rajasthan; Khavda RE park in Gujarat; and Anantapur, Kurnool RE Zones in Andhra Pradesh. Transmission systems have also been planned for 10 GW of offshore wind capacity to be set up in Tamil Nadu and Gujarat. The planned line capacity additions also include 8,120 ct km of high voltage direct current transmission corridors (+800 kV and +350 kV).
  • As efforts to meet the long-term renewable energy targets pick up pace, it is important to expedite the construction of these transmission systems to ensure timely evacuation of renewable energy supply. More so, given that projects like transmission face major issues such as limited right of way, especially in urban areas. Moreover, shorter gestation period of renewable projects vis-à-vis transmission project may cause to stranding of upcoming renewable capacity.
  • Modern approaches, materials, methods and design for transmission lines, towers and substation projects are equipping developers and utilities to build new grids and strengthen existing ones at a much faster pace. For instance, high technology conductors with improved strength to weight ratios, higher operating temperature limits and better high temperature sag performance like HTLS and hi­gh temperature superconductors (HTSs) are seeing growing adoption.
  • Use of drones and helicopters for patrolling as well as stringing is helping utilities wherever the terrain, forests, agricultural land or crossings poses challenges. Further, satellite imagery and ML-driven software are being used to optimise transmission line routes. There is also a shift to AI and ML-based tools, apps and software for asset management and health indexing for fault identification and rectification planning.
  • Also, growth of modern substations is also being driven by the need for remote monitoring and control, space optimisation, longer asset life, enhanced safety, and reduced failure rates. Use of GIS and hybrid GIS are also helping utilities considerably minimise the installation time, eliminating heavy civil work and manage space requirements. There is a growing adoption of digital substations which independently regulate voltage and maintain contact with the grid to enable remote administration and receive real-time feedback on power supply parameters.
  • The mission of this conference is to highlight the latest technologies and solutions for the design, erection, commissioning and maintenance of transmission lines, towers and substations. It will discuss the experience of utilities and developers in transitioning to these newer technologies. It will also provide a platform for showcasing successful projects and best practices in the segment.

KEY TRENDS AND OUTLOOK

  • How has the transmission sector evolved over the years?
  • What are some of the issues and challenges in the sector?
  • What are the key growth drivers and opportunities in the sector, going forward?

UTILITY AND DEVELOPER PERSPECTIVE

  • What are the transmission network development and investment plans of leading utilities and developers?
  • What are the key issues affecting transmission utilities and what solutions are being adopted?
  • What are the utilities’ key focus areas in terms of technology?

ADVANCES IN CONDUCTOR TECHNOLOGIES

  • What are some of the new technologies being adopted to improve conductor performance? 
  • What are the future growth drivers for advanced conductor technologies?
  • What are the latest trends and developments?

ADVANCES IN TOWER AND FOUNDATION DESIGNS

  • What are the advanced tower designs to conserve RoW?
  • How have foundation designs and laying techniques changed over the years?
  • How has been the adoption of advanced towers and foundations among utilities?

ADVANCES IN TRANSMISSION LINE CONSTRUCTION AND STRINGING

  • What are the latest advancements in transmission line design?
  • What are the key bottlenecks in the construction of new transmission lines?
  • What are the new techniques being used for transmission line stringing?

EPC PROVIDER PERSPECTIVE

  • What has been the experience of EPC providers in the sector?
  • How have EPC practices for transmission projects evolved in recent years?
  • What are the latest trends and developments in this space?
  • What are the main impediments in transmission project implementation, and how are they overcome?

PROMISING TRANSFORMER AND SWITCHGEAR TECHNOLOGIES

  • What are the benefits of advanced conductors vis-à-vis conventional conductors? 
  • What is the status of adoption of these technologies by Indian utilities? 
  • What are the key demand drivers of advanced conductors going forward?

MODERN SUBSTATION TECHNOLOGIES

  • What are some of the emerging technologies in the high voltage substation segment?
  • What are the key drivers, benefits and use cases?
  • What has been the utility experience in the adoption of technologies? 

ASSET MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES

  • How have the transmission utilities’ O&M strategies evolved?
  • What are the best practices for increasing asset life and reliability?
  • What are the new and promising strategies and solutions?

LATEST MONITORING AND SURVEILLANCE TECHNOLOGIES

  • What are the latest innovations in monitoring and surveillance technologies for transmission?
  • What are the benefits and use cases of these technologies?
  • What are the issues and concerns in adoption of these technologies by utilities?

PROJECT SHOWCASE

  • What are the salient features of the project (in terms of equipment, technology, design, commissioning, costs, etc.)?
  • What were the issues and challenges faced in executing the project, and how were they overcome?
  • What are the key lessons learnt from the project?

The conference is targeted at: 

  • Transmission companies
  • Private developers
  • Transmission structure manufacturers (towers and substations)
  • Design and consulting organisations 
  • State electricity boards
  • Technology providers
  • State transmission companies 
  • Transmission line manufacturers 
  • Private utilities
  • Foundation and piling companies 
  • Interstate transmission operators
  • Steel companies
  • Conductor manufacturers

By :

  • The Leela Ambience
  • Gurgaon
  • Haryana

Event Schedule Details

  • July 4, 2023 (Tuesday) - July 5, 2023 (Wednesday)
    10:00 AM - 05:00 PM
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