15th Edition Power Transmission in India

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  • There is a 30 per cent discount for those registering before December 17, 2021.
  • There is a 15 per cent discount for those registering before January 14, 2022.
  • There is a special low fee of Rs 6,000 per participant for state electricity boards and their successor units (state-owned transcos), regulatory authorities and research/academic institutions.
  • Registration will be confirmed on receipt of the payment.

Lead sponsors (up to two):

  • Two speaker slots
  • Prominent logo presence at the conference under Lead sponsor category
  • 8-10 delegate registrations (from the sponsoring company)
  • Stall space with seating space inside for meetings
  • Corporate film (3-4 mins) to be featured during networking breaks
  • 5 social media posts
  • 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-sponsors:

  • 4-6 delegate registrations (from the sponsoring company)
  • Stall space
  • 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 (backdrop, vertical panel, jacket cover, e-brochure, etc.)
  • List of participants to be shared post-conference

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

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

For sponsorship and  Speaking opportunities contact:
Priyanka Rawat

Email: priyanka.rawat@indiainfrastructure.com
Tel: +91-6366804343 , +91-8587065590

This conference is a well-established must-attend annual event and this year is the 15th in the series. It garners participation from all key decision makers and influencers from the transmission industry in India like Abhisek Contech , Accenture, ACME Solar Holding, Adani Electricity, Adani Transmission, Aditya Birla Insulators, Airbus, Alba, Alfanar Energy, Altair, Altec, Amara Raja Power Systems, Amitasha Enterprises, Angelique, Anvil Cables, Apar Industries, APPSIL, AP Transco, Ashida Electronics, Associate Power Structures, Aveva, Aviva Power, Azure Power, Bajaj Electricals, BBMB, Bekaert, Bentley Systems , Bharat Bijlee, BHEL, , BMC, BMI, BNC Power Project , BSES Rajdhani, BSPTCL,Burns Mcdonnell, Cabcon India , Cargill, CEA, CERC, CESC, CG Global, Chlorofyl, CLP India, CTC Global,  Degi Trans, Delhi Transco, Edelweiss, Electrotherm, Elite Powertech, Ensmart, Entegra, EPCO, Equirus Securities, Era T&D, Eros Group, Eros Metal Works,  ESRI India, Eyrich+Appel Gmbh, Fluke Technologies, Fugro, Ganges International, GE T&D, GETCO, GIG IRM Glass Insulators, GIZ, , Godrej & Boyce Mfg. Co., 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,HVPN, Hyosung T&D, ICICI Bank, IDFC Bank, Iengineering, Incedo, India Energy Storage Alliance, Jaigad Power Transco, Jindal Steel & Power, JSK Industries, Kalpataru Power Transmission, KEC, KEI Industries, Kudgi Transmission, L&T Construction, L&T IDPL, Lara Global, Larsen & Toubro, , M&I Materials, Madhav Engineers ,MAHA Transco, MAN Structurals, MDC AMPOWER , Mitsui & Co., Modern Insulators, Monnet Ispat & Energy, Motilal Oswal Financial Services, Motwane,MPPTCL, MPPKVVCL, Mtandt Group, National High Power Test Laboratory, NEDO, NTPC, , Paramount Communications, Paras Aerospace Solutions, Power Finance Corporation, Powergrid, Powerica, Powerlinks Transmission, Preformed Line Products (Thailand), Premji Invest, POCOCO, Power Grid, Primtech, PSPTCL, PSTCL, PTC , Punj Lloyd, Punjab State Transmission Corp, Quality Austria Central Asia,RECTPCL,RRRVPN, R.S. Infraprojects, Ramboll, Ramelex, Reliance Power Transmission, Renew Power, SBI Capital Markets, SEIPL, Septett Advisory Services, Shenzhen Micromulticopter Aero Technology., Shree Kushal Fabricators, Sicame, , Siemens , Sleepwalkers, SMEC, State Grid Corporation Of China, Steag, Steel Authority Of India, Sterling & Wilson, Sterlite Power Grid Ventures, Supreme & Co., Suzlon Energy, Svarn Infratel, Tag Corporation, Tagbin, Tata Power, Tata Power Company, Tata Projects, Taurus Powertronics, TBEA Energy, Telegence Powercomm , TESMEC, Testo India, Tirumala Sevenhills, Tokyo Rope, , Torrent Power , Transrail Lighting, Trimble Solutions, TS Transco, UP Power Transmission Corporation, VECV, Vidhyut Power ,Vidyut Soudha Khairatabad, Voyants, WBSETCL, ETC

  • The transmission sector in India is set for accelerated growth, driven by the need to evacuate large-scale renewables. With India targeting to meet 50 per cent of its energy needs from renewables and achieve 500 GW of non-fossil fuel capacity by 2030 as announced at COP26, significant expansion and strengthening of the interstate transmission system (ISTS) will be required. Consequently, a large number of ISTS projects are expected to be awarded by the government through tariff-based competitive bidding (TBCB), creating opportunities for public and private players across the transmission value chain.
  • In addition, transmission planning is witnessing a paradigm shift, with the Ministry of Power releasing new rules for introducing general network access (GNA) to allow utilities to have an easier access to the transmission network across the country. The ministry has also taken steps to fast-track the planning and approval of transmission projects by revising the terms of reference of the National Committee on Transmission.
  • Further, the recent separation of the central transmission utility (CTU) from Power Grid Corporation of India (Powergrid) is expected to provide transparency and a level-playing field for competitive bidding in transmission, as well as reduce the lock-in period for transmission projects to attract investments and more competition.
  • Simultaneously, the state utilities will invest in measures to upgrade and augment intra-state transmission as well as sub-transmission networks. The government has also proposed to transfer 33 kV networks from discoms to STUs in a phased manner for upgradation and modernisation. In the recent past, states like Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra have awarded transmission projects to private players through TBCB and more states are expected to come forward to develop projects via this route to exploit the benefits of competitive tariffs, reduced timelines and higher efficiency.
  • Further, with a greater focus on regional energy exchange, newer cross-border interconnections are expected to be built to facilitate the flow of power across countries. The One Sun, One World, One Grid initiative that aims to form an intercontinental grid is also expected to give an impetus to regional integration efforts.
  • Regarding financing, asset monestisation via InVITs is likely to gain momentum in the coming years as the National Monetisation Pipeline has set a target of monetizing Powergrid’s transmission assets worth Rs 452 billion between 2021-22 and 2024-25.
  • In terms of challenges, the evolving consumer load profiles, ageing AC transmission infrastructure, growing integration of renewables, electrification of sectors like transport and frequent occurrence of ex­treme natural events are likely to adversely affect grid operations. Therefore, in addition to expanding the physical grid, utilities will increasingly need to invest in advanced and grid-enhancing technologies to improve capacity, grid resilience and stability. These include technologies for system visualisation, data analytics, system automation, cybersecurity and flexibility, among others. The deployment of STATCOM and FACTS is also expected to witness an increase in the coming years.
  • Further, in the medium to long run, utility-scale energy storage systems are expected to play an important role in catering to peak demand, addressing the variability and intermittency in generation, and providing grid support for balancing.
  • The mission of this conference is to discuss the key trends and developments, and highlight the upcoming opportunities in the Indian power transmission sector. The conference will delve into pressing issues and challenges in the sector and the promising technologies and solutions. It will also focus on asset management, innovative financing models, grid enhancing technologies as well as noteworthy projects.

KEY TRENDS AND OUTLOOK

  • What are the recent trends and developments in the power transmission sector?
  • What are the key drivers for grid expansion?
  • What are the most pressing issues and challenges?

GRID PLANNING AND ROLE OF CTUIL

  • What is the role of CTUIL in the development of transmission?
  • What are the drivers, needs and requirements for the expansion of the ISTS?
  • What are the key challenges in transmission planning? How can these be addressed? 

GRID OPERATOR PERSPECTIVE

  • What steps are being taken to meet the changing grid requirements (renewable energy, energy storage, cross-border trade, etc.)?
  • How has POSOCO’s experience been in the implementation of FRAS and SCED? How will MBED impact grid operations?
  • What is the outlook for ancillary services?

POWERGRID’s PERSPECTIVE

  • What are Powergrid’s investment plans and capacity addition targets for the next few years?
  • What are the company’s focus areas in the coming years?
  • What are the key initiatives underway for the development of ISTS? 

STATE TRANSCO PLANS AND PRIORITIES

  • What has been the progress in transmission capacity addition by STUs? What are some of the new technologies being adopted?
  • What are the capacity addition and capex plans/targets for the next few years?
  • What are the key issues and challenges?

PRIVATE SECTOR EXPERIENCE AND OUTLOOK

  • What has been the experience with competitive bidding?
  • What are the issues and challenges faced by private players? What more needs to be done to address these?
  • What is the future outlook for private players in the sector?

POLICY AND REGULATION

  • What policy initiatives are underway/planned for the power transmission sector (GNA, transmission planning, etc.)?
  • What have been the key regulatory developments and their expected impact on the sector?
  • What are the key policy and regulatory concerns?

REGIONAL INTERCONNECTIONS AND POWER EXCHANGE

  • What is the current status of cross-border power exchange between India and its neighbours?
  • What are the steps being taken to enhance regional energy exchange? What are the planned cross-border transmission projects?
  • What are the key issues and challenges?

TRANSMISSION LINES AND TOWERS

  • What are the new and emerging towers designs and conductor technologies?
  • What are the new solutions and techniques for the construction and stringing of transmission lines?
  • What has been the utility experience with these technologies? What are the key challenges?

This session will cover new tower designs (such as multi-circuit towers, monopoles), conductor technologies (HTLS, XLPE, HPC, green conductors) and software solutions for line design and construction. 

ADVANCED AND GRID ENHANCING TECHNOLOGIES

  • What are the latest technologies and solutions for improving grid reliability and capacity, and managing congestion?
  • What are the key benefits offered by these technologies?
  • What are the challenges in the adoption of these technologies?

This session will cover technologies such as FACTS, STATCOMS, DLR, phase shifting transformers, green transformers and grid optimisation software.

ASSET MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES

  • What are the existing asset management practices of utilities?
  • What are some of the emerging technologies and solutions for asset management?
  • How can digitalisation enhance asset management?
  • What are the best practices for the O&M of transmission assets?

RENEWABLE ENERGY INTREGRATION

  • What are the key challenges in the grid integration of renewable energy?
  • What is the update on Green Energy Corridors and other schemes for renewable energy evacuation?
  • What is the outlook for grid operations with increasing renewable energy?

GRID-SCALE ENERGY STORAGE AND IMPACT ON TRANSMISSION

  • What are the recent initiatives to promote energy storage in the country?
  • What is the role and relevance of energy storage in the backdrop of large-scale renewable energy addition?
  • What are the plans of utilities for energy storage to address network issues? 

ROLE OF INVITs IN ASSET MONETISATION AND FINANCING

  • What are the key features of InvITs? Why are they relevant for transmission assets?
  • What has been the experience with InvITs (IndiGrid and PGInvIT) so far?
  • What is their role in enabling and financing the development of transmission?

ADDRESSING CYBERSECURITY ISSUES

  • What are the initiatives being taken to improve cybersecurity of the grid?
  • What lessons can be learnt from global experiences?
  • What are the issues and challenges?

For Speaking opportunities contact:
Priyanka Rawat

Email: priyanka.rawat@indiainfrastructure.com
Tel: +91-6366804343 , +91-8587065590

The conference is targeted at officials and managers from:

  • Transmission companies
  • Regulatory agencies
  • State electricity boards
  • Power generation companies (public/private)
  • Interstate transmission operators
  • Distribution companies
  • Private developers
  • Utilities (public/private)
  • Technology providers
  • Funding agencies
  • Equipment manufacturers
  • Consulting organisations, etc.

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Event Schedule Details

  • February 8, 2022 (Tuesday) - February 9, 2022 (Wednesday)
    09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
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