19th Annual Conference on Hydro Power in India-A VIRTUAL CONFERENCE

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For registration process/payment to attend the conference, please contact:
Mansi Taneja
Tel: +91-9910032924
Email:
mansi.taneja@indiainfrastructure.com

 

  • There is a special low fee of Rs 3,000 per participant for state utilities, regulatory authorities, academic institutions and government agencies (not public sector corporates).
  • GST @18 per cent is applicable on the registration fee.
  • Registration will be confirmed on receipt of the payment.

Lead Sponsor at INR 6,00,000

  • Exclusive branding opportunity
  • One speaker slot of 20 minutes on day 1 (prime-time) pre-lunch
  • Second speaker slot (15-20 minutes for technical presentation) or on the panel
  • Prominent logo presence as Lead Sponsor at the conference (backdrop, vertical panel, jacket cover, e-brochure, website and other social media)
  • 6-8 delegate registrations (from the sponsoring company)
  • Stall space 4×4 meters with seating space inside for meetings
  • Corporate film (3-4 mins.) to be featured during networking breaks
  • Client meetings at the conference (Upto 8)
  • Opportunity to share a wish-list of 15-20 organisations to meet them at the conference (to be shared at least 3-4 weeks prior to the event)
  • 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
  • List of participants to be shared post-conference
  • Live social media coverage on the day of the conference

Co-sponsorship at INR 3,00,000 :

  • Speaking slot 20 mins and Q&A
  • Stall space 3×2 meters
  • 4 delegate registrations (from the sponsoring company)
  • 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 as Co-sponsor (backdrop, vertical panel, jacket cover, e-brochure, etc.)
  • List of participants to be shared post-conference
  • Live coverage on the day of the conference

For sponsorship  opportunities, please contact::

Mansi Taneja
Tel: +91-9910032924

Email: mansi.taneja@indiainfrastructure.com

The conference is being organised by India Infrastructure Publishing, the leading provider of information on the infrastructure sectors. The company publishes Power Line, Indian Infrastructure and Renewable Watch magazines. It also publishes a series of reports on the energy sector including Hydropower in India, Power Transmission in India, and Power Distribution in India. The company also publishes the Power Line Directory and Yearbook.

 

Organisers:

For sponsorship and speaking opportunities, please contact::

Mansi Taneja
Tel: +91-9910032924

Email: mansi.taneja@indiainfrastructure.com

The participating organisations confirmed so far include: Afcons Infrastructure, A N Z Infrasolution, ABCI INFRASTRUCTURES PVT LTD. T74R-B(N) BANIHAL, Aequitas Veritas Industrial Services (AVIS), AFRY, Andritz Hydro, ANZ infrasolution, Apco Infratech, ATB Riva, BBMB, Bajaj Reinforcement LLP, Bauer Kompressor, Bharat Heavy Electricals , Bunyaad Engineer’s & Structural Consultants, Chenab Valley, CPPPL, Damodar Valley Corporatio, Department of Science and Technology, Dilip Buildcon, DMR  (DMR Hydroengineering & Infrastructures), Dragages Singapore Bouygues Construction, E5  Infrastructure Private, Engineering Projects, Entura, Eptisa, FLOVEL Energy, Fluid Logic Systems Pvt. Ltd. (JV company of VOITH TURBO Germany), GE Renewable Energy, General Electric Manufacturing Company (GEMAC), GMR Group, Greenko Group, Gujarat State Electricity, Gurahan SHEP 1.5, GVK, Hewadwal Evrascon JV, Hindustan Adhesives Ltd. | Bagla Polifilms Ltd. – Bagla Group, Hindustan Construction Company, Hitachi Energy, Hunan SUND Technological, Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, Inel gas control, Integrated Geoscience Solutions, J Kumar Infraprojects, Jaiprakash Power Ventures, JKSPDCL, JMC Projects (India), Kaleidoscope, KD Engineering constructions & consultancy services, Kholongchu Hydro Power Project, Kosol Energie , Larsen & Toubro, Loxus Consulting, Lucknow University, Maharashtra Rail Infrastructure Development Corporation, Malana Power, MBCC Group, Mecamidi, Megha Engineering and Infrastructures Ltd (MEIL), Mineral Exploration Corporation, MNR Construction dehradun, Modern Institute of Engineering & Technology Jammu, Munich Re (Group), Nakayama Iron Works, Navayuga Engineering Company, NHPC, Nipon Koei, NORTHERN POWER ERECTORS , NTPC Limited – India, Orica Mining Services, India, PANCHHOR HYDRO POWER, Patel Engineering, PBL, PFC, PRIME CONSULTING GROUP, PRODEL-EP, Project Management & Design Consultancy Service, Rahee Infratech, Rastriya Prasaran Grid Company, Rathi Hydro Projects, Realtime Automation, RVR Projects, SAMMON INFRACORP – India, Samsung C&T Corporation, Sanghvi Movers, Sarathy Geotech & Engineering Services, Shalimar Paints, Sharda University, Shree Bhawani Consultancy Services- SBCSPL, Sika, SK infra, State Engineering Services Government Of Haryana, Steel Authority of India, Sterling and Wilson – Powergen division, Sterlite Power, STP, TATA Power, Tata Projects, Tech Mahindra, Tirupati Enterprises, Toshiba & JSW Power Systems, TPSC, Troyer, TSGENCO, UJVNL, VAG Valves, VNM Hydrotek, Voith Hydro, WAPCOS, Water Resources Department , Govt of Bihar ( Bihar Vikas Mission), Xylem Inc, Yash Group, Yooil Infrastructure, etc.

  • Hydro power is an important resource in the energy-mix that helps meet the flexibilisation and load balancing requirements. However, it is witnessing a slowdown in capacity addition for a while now, and its share in the generation mixis declining. In 2020-21, the country added 510 MW of hydro power capacity.  The current hydro capacity is over 46.5 GW (above 25 MW), 12 per cent of total installed capacity. In 2020-21, 150 BUs of hydro power was generated, accounting for 11 per cent of the total power generation.
  • Recently, at the COP26 summit in Glasglow, India pledged to achieve 500 GW of non-fossil fuel capacity by 2030 and meet 50 per cent of its energy requirement from renewable energy sources by then. Hydro power is being looked at as an important source to achieving these targets, and balancing the intermittent renewable generation.
  • Following up to the key measures announced by the government in 2019 to promote the hydropower segment, the power ministry hasnotified the hydropower purchase obligation trajectory up to 2029-30, to ensure greater offtake from HEPs. Further, the ministry has issued guidelines for budgetary support for flood moderation and to creation of enabling infrastructure like road and bridges associated with HEPs.
  • In view of the growing renewable energy additions, pumped hydro storage is the most cost-effective and a proven technology solution for energy storage on a large scale. The development of PSPs has been slow owing to the high capex requirement and the absence of a suitablepricing mechanism. India has an estimated PSP potential of 96 GW, of which 4.7 GW (above 25 MW) has been commissioned and another 1,500 MW is under construction. Another option gaining interest is hybrid technologies (such as floating PV) for enabling different renewable technologies to work together and complement each other.
  • Hydro power also provides benefits and opportunities for regional energy cooperation and cross-border power trade in South Asia, especially among the BBIN countries (Bangladesh-Bhutan-India-Nepal). Hydro imports and exports constitute a major share of cross-border trade in the region, and its share is expected to go up in the coming years with the commissioning of under-construction HEPs.
  • On the technology front, the digitalisation of HEPs is gaining traction. It will help enhance operational efficiency, reduce O&M costs and optimise asset management. The operators are increasingly transitioning to condition-based monitoring, and predictive and preventive asset management strategies. They are exploring solutions for remote monitoring and operations of HEPs.
  • In terms of the future pipeline, by 2029-30, the CEA has projected the installed hydro capacity to reach 72 GW. There are nearly 13 GW of hydropower projects, which are currently under various stages of execution. However, the development of hydro power is marred by a host of challenges including the unavailability of low-cost finance, geological surprises, R&S issues, and delays in obtaining clearances. A number of steps have been announced to address these challenges. However, the progress on the ground remains slow.
  • The mission of the conference is to highlight the upcoming opportunities, identify the unresolved issues and challenges, and discuss the future outlook for the hydropower segment in India. The conference will also provide a platform to showcase new and promising technologies, best practices in construction methods, and noteworthy projects.

KEY TRENDS AND OUTLOOK

  • What are the key trends in the hydro- power segment?
  • What are the biggest issues and challenges?
  • What are the opportunities and future outlook?

GOVERNMENT PERSPECTIVE

  • What is thegovernment’s perspective on hydro- power development?
  • What have been the recent initiatives?
  • What are the issues and challenges? What is the future outlook?

CPSU PERSPECTIVE

  • What is the perspective of CPSUs on the hydro power segment?
  • What are the issues and challenges?
  • What are the future plans and targets?

PRIVATE DEVELOPERS’ PERSPECTIVE

  • What is the perspective of private players on the hydro power segment?
  • What are the issues and challenges?
  • What is the future outlook?

STATE INITIATIVES

  • What has been the trend in hydro power development by hydro-rich states?
  • What initiatives have been taken to promote hydro power?
  • What are the issues and challenges? What are the future plans and targets?

FINANCIERS’ PERSPECTIVE

  • What is the financier and lender perspective on hydro power?
  • What are the biggest issues and concerns?
  • What is the outlook? What are the investment opportunities?

DIGITALISATION AND AUTOMATION OF HEPs

  • What are the most promising digital tools and solutions for HEPs?
  • What has been the trend in the uptake of digital solutions?
  • What are the issues and challenges? What is the future outlook?

ROLE OF HYDRO POWER TOWARDS NET ZERO 

  • What is the expected role of hydro power towards meeting the net zero target? 
  • What are the incentives needed to promote hydro for balancing growing renewable generation?
  • What is the outlook? What are the key areas of concern?

O&M and ASSET MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES

  • What are new and emerging asset management strategies being deployed?
  • What are the O&M needs and requirements of HEPs?
  • What are the issues and challenges? What is the future outlook?

PUMPED STORAGE HEPs

  • What has been the experience in harnessing pumped storage hydro power?
  • What are its advantages for load balancing and energy storage?
  • What are the key issues and challenges? What is the outlook for this segment?

HYBRID TECHNOLOGIES (FLOATING SOLAR, ETC.)

  • What are the potential advantages of PV-solar hybrid plants?
  • What has been the experience so far?
  • What are the issues and concerns?

CROSS-BORDER INITIATIVES

  • What has been the experience so far?
  • What are the upcoming hydro projects in the neighbouring countries?
  • What are the key issues and concerns? What is the future outlook?

R&M of HEPs

  • What are the R&M requirements of aging HEPs?
  • What are the issues and challenges faced in the R&M of HEPs?
  • What is the future outlook?

COSTS AND TARIFFS

  • What has been the trend in costs, tariffs and power procurement of new and old HEPs?
  • What has been the recent trend in hydro power tariffs?
  • What is the outlook?

ADVANCES IN TURBINES AND GENERATORS

  • What are the new and emerging technologies and solutions for turbines and generators?
  • What are the O&M- related best practices?
  • What are the key issues and challenges?

TUNELLING AND UNDERGROUND WORKS

  • What are the key challenges involved in tunnelling and underground works?
  • What have been the recent technological advancements to tackle these?
  • What are some of the noteworthy projects?

The confirmed list of speakers include (in alphabetical order):

  • Prabal Adhikari, Director, Nepal Electricity Authority
  • Kanchan Bhalla, DGM, IREDA
  • Sambit Dash, Associate Director, PWC
  • Prabhakar Chandrabhan Kale, Chief, Hydro, Tata Power
  • Nikitesh Khanke, Chief Technical Officer, Bajaj Reinforcement LLP
  • Gyan Bhadra Kumar, Senior Vice-President & Head Hydro, JSW Energy
  • Sagar Ghimirey, Dy Ex Engineer, Ministry of Economic Affairs (Bhutan)
  • Siva Kumar, Chief General Manager-Credit, IIFCL
  • Sabyasachi Majumdar, SVP, ICRA
  • Bhishma Pandit, Operations officer, Upstream – INFRA Asia & Pacific, International Finance Corporation
  • Andrius Rimsa, Phd Geology/Expert Rock Engineering, Loxus Consulting
  • Harish Saran, Executive Director, Marketing, PTC India
  • Mikko Simola, Project Manager, Loxus Consulting
  • Abhay Kumar Singh, Chairman & Managing Director, NHPC
  • K. Singh, Chairman & Managing Director, NEEPCO
  • Dr Rahul Tongia, Fellow, Brookings India
  • Deepak Ushadevi, Managing Director, Ciel & Terre International
  • Rajeev Vishnoi, Chairman & Managing Director, THDC
  • Representative from VOITH Hydro

The event is expected to draw participation from executives, managers and decision-makers from:

  • Central Public Units
  • Technology Providers
  • Private Power Producers
  • Consultants
  • Regulatory Boards
  • State Electricity Boards
  • Civil Work Contractors
  • State/Central Government Agencies
  • Interstate Hydro Projects
  • Equipment Manufacturers
  • Cross Border Hydro Projects
  • Legal Firms
  • Financial Institutions

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Event Schedule Details

  • January 20, 2022 (Thursday) - January 21, 2022 (Friday)
    10:00 AM - 05:00 PM
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