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  • There is a 15 per cent discount before June 5, 2020
  • There is a 15 per cent discount before June 16, 2020
  • GST @18 per cent is applicable on the registration fee.
  • Registration will be confirmed on receipt of the payment.


The conference is being organised by India Infrastructure Publishing, the leading provider of information on the infrastructure sectors through magazines, newsletters, reports and conferences. The company publishes Power Line (India’s premier power magazine), Indian Infrastructure and Renewable Watch. It also publishes a series of research reports including Captive Power Plant in India, Coal-based Power Generation in India and Power Equipment Market in India, Mining in India and Mining Equipment Market Projections in India. It also publishes Power News (a weekly newsletter), Power Line Directory and Yearbook and Mining Directory and Yearbook.



Some of the organisations that have attended our related conferences include: Accenture, ADJ Engineering Pvt Ltd, Aerzen Machines India, AkzoNobel India Ltd, Amines & Plasticizers, Andritz Hydro, ARS Energy Pvt. Ltd, Arudra Engineers, Atha Group, AVEVA Information Technology India Pvt., Balkrishna Industries, Banyan Tree Advisors Pvt. Ltd, BCG, Beijing SPC Environment, Bharat Heavy Electricals, BMW Steels Ltd, Bray Controls, BTL EPC, Busch Vacuum, Bygging India, Centre for Fly Ash Research & Management, Central Electricity Authority, CESC Limited, Chemical Process Equipments, Chemical Process Piping, Chhattisgarh State Power Generation Company, CLP India, Coastal Gujarat Power, Cottagon S.A., CP Piping, CPPE, CSRI NEERI, Damodar Valley Corporation, DB Power, Demech Chemical Products, Druk Green Power Corporation Ltd, GSECL, GSECL-UTPS, EagleBurgmann India, Edelweiss Asset Reconstruction Company, Edwards India Pvt. Ltd, Elara Capital, Emerson, Environnement SA India Pvt. Ltd, Ferbeck International, FLSmidth Pvt Ltd, Forbes Marshall, Furnace Fabrica (India), GE Power India Limited, GE South Asia, Greatall Dynamic Co Ltd, GSECL, GSK Powertel Pvt Ltd, H2L-Vedanta, Haryana Power Generation Corporation, HEG, Hexagon, Hindustan Petroleum Corporation, Hindustan Zinc, HPGCL, ICRA, India Uniper Power Services, Indiana Conveyers, Indus Energy Consultants, International College of Financial Planning, IOCL, ION Exchange (India) Ltd, J.K. White Cement Works Division, Jaiprakash Associates, Jaiprakash Power Ventures, Jay Pee Power Projects (Jai Prakash Power Ventures), Jaypee Bina Thermal Power Plant, Jindal Power, JK Cement, SW Energy Limited, Kepco Plant Service &Engg, KSB Pumps, LancoAnpara Power Limited, Lanco Power, Larsen & Toubro Limited, Lubrizol Advanced Materials, Maco Corporation, Maharashtra State Power Generation Co. Ltd, Maithon Power, Mascot Capital & Marketing, MEG, Ministry of Power, MSEB Holding Company, Multi-Act Equity Consultancy, Munters India, Nabha Power Limited, National Fertilizers, National Power Training Institute, Nevco Engineers, NHPC Limited, NLC India Limited, NTPC Limited, Odisha Electricity Regulatory Commission, Organo Corporation, Oriental Nicco Projects Pvt Ltd, Outokumpu, Paramount, PrajIndustries, PTPS, RattanIndia Power, Reliance Jamnagar, RRVVNL, Rudis LLC Trbovje, Sangir Plastics, Securities Investment Mgt Pvt Ltd, Sembcorp Green Infra Limited, Sick India, Siemens, Simona India, SKI Carbon Black (India) Private, SPC Environment Protection Tech, SRF, Stalwart Advisors, STEAG Energy Services (India) Pvt. Ltd, Sulzer Pumps India, Sunrise Industries (India) Ltd, Sunrise Polymers, Takalkar Power Engineers & Consultants Pvt. Ltd, TANGEDCO, Tata Consulting Engineers, Tata Power, Tata Power Solar Systems Ltd, Tata Steel, Technical Drying Services (Asia), Technofab Systems, Teesta Urja Limited, TenovaDelkor, TERI , The Tata Power Company, Thermax Limited, Thermo Fisher Scientific, TMEIC Industrial Systems, Torrent Power, Toshiba, Toyo Engineering, U.P. Rajya Vidyut Utpadan Nigam Ltd, UPRUVNL, Voith Digital Solutions India Pvt. Ltd., Voith Hydro Private Limited, Weir Minerals, West Bengal Power Development Corporation, Yantra Harvest, etc.

For sponsorship and delegate registrations, contact:
Monish Grover

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Tel: +91-9999401099

  • The importance of digitalisation has never been clearer for power plant managers. In light of the Covid pandemic crisis, ensuring uninterrupted energy supply in a cost efficient and reliable way is paramount. Deploying digital solutions can support the generation industry’s efforts to transition to new models of efficient and sustainable supply, thereby helping them to develop smarter approaches to increase reliability, improve quality, as well as manage plant operations remotely, while ensuring social distancing.
  • A broad array of new and disruptive technologies including artificial intelligence, IoT, machine learning, blockchain, sensors and analysers, and robotics are helping power plant owners devise new ways of achieving efficiency gains from the existing operations and enabling new and more flexible business models.
  • Regardless of the source of power generation, digital technologies are capable of delivering results for conventional power plants, including coal and gas, or for plants that are based on renewables, including hydro. Using digital solutions, coal-based power plants can reduce emissions by enabling fuel analysis and better combustion performance, as well as improve flexibility to effectively manage the impact of cycling and increase the share of renewables. Further, the digital transformation of hydropower and renewable energy plants allows monitoring and control of operations remotely and guarantees shorter response time to possible events.
  • Meanwhile, with digital twin, power generators can use simulation and modelling systems to prevent outages and optimise daily power production. Plant safety and O&M are the other key areas where digitalisation can have a significant impact by enabling real-time tracking for predictive, preventive and condition-based maintenance programmes.
  • As power generators move towards implementing their digital transformation strategies, data security will become a key aspect. Cybersecurity is a cause for concern for power plant managers exploring digital deployments. Gencos, therefore, need to ensure that their risk management and response practices are aligned with a digitally controlled environment.
  • Net net, traditional utilities, which are seeking to adapt to the situation at hand, can utilise the opportunity to implement digital solutions that would enable them to meet the new market demands as well as ensure successful business recovery in the aftermath of the pandemic.
  • The mission of this virtual conference is to provide a platform to highlight the needs and requirements of gencos for digitalisation, examine the potential of digitalisation for the power generation industry, and discuss the issues and concerns that need to be addressed for the successful uptake of digital technologies and solutions. It will also showcase the latest innovations and the most promising and relevant technologies.

Digitalisation Trends, Drivers and Requirements

  • What have been the key digital technology trends in the power generation segment?
  • What have been the key drivers for the uptake of digital solutions by gencos?
  • What are the key digital issues and concerns? What is the outlook?

Genco Perspective

  • What are the new and emerging genco requirements?
  • What has been the trend in the adoption of digital solutions so far?
  • What are the digital strategies and plans? What are the key issues and concerns?

Digitalisation: Focus on Coal-Based Power Plants

  • What are the potential benefits of digitalisation for coal-based power plants?
  • What are the new and promising digital solutions?
  • What has been the trend in the uptake so far? What are the concerns?

Digital Solutions for Flexibilisation

  • How can digital solutions improve flexibilization of power plants?
  • What are the digital solutions available for meeting flexibilisation requirements?
  • What are the performance gains from these solutions?What are the limitations?

Digitalisation: Focus on Hydropower Plants

  • What is the potential for digitalisation in hydropower plants?
  • What are some of the new digital solutions and offerings for hydro projects?
  • What has been the experience so far?

Digitalisation: Focus on Renewable Energy Plants

  • What are the most relevant digital solutions for renewable energy plants?
  • What are the areas/processes where digital solutions can be deployed?
  • What has been the industry experience so far?

Technologies for Asset Management: Focus on EquipmentReliability

  • How can digital technologies help in optimising asset management?
  • What are the new and emerging digital solutions for asset management?
  • What are the benefits and cost savings?

Digitalising O&M Operations: Focus on Business Optimisation

  • What are the new and emerging O&M related challenges for gencos?
  • What role can digital technologies play in the O&M of power plants?
  • What are the new and emerging solutions in this regard?

Digital Products and Services

  • What products (sensors, actuators, controllers, etc.) are the most relevant for the digitalisation of power plants?
  • What has been the trend in deployment?
  • What have been the performance gains?

Role of IoT and Analytics

  • How can gencos leverage IoT and cloud for improved performance?
  • What has been the experience so far?
  • What are the key issues and concerns?

Remote Monitoring and Diagnostics

  • What are the remote monitoring/ diagnostics solutions for power plants?
  • What are their features?
  • What has been the experience so far?

Emerging Technologies – AI, ML, BLOCKCHAIN, AR, VR

  • What is the potential of new and emerging technologies such as AI, ML, blockchain, augmented and virtual reality?
  • What are the areas where these technologies can be applied?
  • What are the challenges and limitations in deploying them?

Cyber Risk Mitigation

  • What are the cybersecurity risks that plants face as they move towards connected applications?
  • What are the cyberrisk strategies and solutions that can be considered?
  • What has been the uptake of such solutions by gencos so far?

Digital Solutions for Safety and Maintenance: Focus on Resilience and Security

  • What is the potential of digitalisation in improving the safety of power plants?
  • What are the new and promising digital solutions?
  • What has been the experience so far? What are the issues and concerns?

Digitalising Outages

  • What are the digital solutions for reducing plant and equipment downtime and outages?
  • What is their performance compared to traditional methods?
  • What has been the experience so far?

Confirmed Speakers so far:- (arranged alphabetically)

  • Kamal Ajitsaria, Vice President, Adani Power
  • Gaurav Angira, Director, Deloitte
  • Chiranjib Bhowmik, Deputy General Manager, CESC
  • Anubhav Dwidevi, Manager, Digital Initiatives, NTPC
  • Siddhartha Ghosh, General Manager, Operations, CLP
  • Rajesh Kumar, Head – Operations, Nabha Power
  • Arup Maiti, Chief General Manager, Digitalisation, NTPC
  • Azais Mirza, General Manager, IT, MAHAGENCO
  • Kartikeya Misra, Assistant Vice President,  JSW Energy
  • Alok  Mukherjee, Director, Power, Odisha Power Generation Company
  • Ashok Panda, Chief, Center of Excellence, Tata Power
  • Rajendrasinh M. Parmar, Chief Nodal Officer (e-Urja ERP), CISO, Chief Nodal Officer (CPGRAMS), Gujarat State Electricity Corporation
  • Ashok Sethi, Chairman, Tata Consulting Engineers
  • CN Singh, CEO – Vedanta Ltd, Jharsuguda Operations
  • K.P. Singh, Chief Engineer, IT, CEA



For speaking opportunities, please contact:
Neha Mathur
Email: neha.mathur@indiainfrastructure.com
Mob: + 91 8826000927

The conference is targeted at:

  • Power plant operators (coal, gas, hydro, thermal)
  • Equipment manufacturers (steam boilers, turbines, generators, etc.)
  • Technology providers
  • Solar and wind power developers
  • Independent power producers
  • Providers of basic power technology, equipment, products and services
  • Other power sector professionals
  • Research and development organisations
  • Engineering consultants
  • Consultancy organisations engaged by utilities
  • Cybersecurity firms
  • Energy managers and auditors
  • Certification and inspection companies

The conference will be useful for:

  • The conference will be useful for:
  • IT officials/managers in generation
  • Top and middle-level operations managers involved in digital plants, IoT, cloud computing, or big data
  • Managers of power plants (public/private/captive)
  • Cybersecurity professionals

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Event Schedule Details

  • June 29, 2020 (Monday) - June 30, 2020 (Tuesday)
    09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
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