Conference on Managing Cost of Energy for Industries

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DISCOUNTED FEE (BEFORE MARCH 6, 2020)

Delegates INR GST @ 18% Total INR USD
One delegate 12,000 2,160 14,160 236
Two delegates 20,000 3,600 23,600 393
Three delegates 28,000 5,040 33,040 551

FEE WITHOUT DISCOUNT (AFTER MARCH 6, 2020)

Delegates INR GST @ 18% Total INR USD
One delegate 15,000 2,700 17,700 295
Two delegates 25,000 4,500 29,500 492
Three delegates 35,000 6,300 41,300 688

Payment Policy:

  • Full payment must be received prior to the conference.
  • Payments for “early bird” registrations should come in before the last date of discount.
  • Conference fees cannot be substituted for any other product or service being extended by India Infrastructure Publishing Pvt. Ltd.
  • Conference fee includes lunch, tea/coffee and conference material.

To register, click here or send an email to conferencecell@indiainfrastructure.com

Please contact:
Puja Kumari
Email:puja.kumari@indiainfrastructure.com
Mob: +91-8596854324 / 8051006292
Tel: +91-11-46038152, 41034615

Preeti Ekka,
Email:preeti.ekka@indiainfrastructure.com
Tel: +91-11-46012775, 41034615, +91-9971714608

The conference is being organised by India Infrastructure Publishing, a leading provider of information on the infrastructure sectors through magazines, newsletters, reports and conferences. The company publishes Power Line (the premier magazine for the Indian power sector) and Renewable Watch (which covers the entire spectrum of renewable energy) and Indian Infrastructure magazines. It also publishes a series of research reports including Cost of Power for Discoms and Industrial Users and Electricity Tariff Trends in India, Captive Power in India, Solar Power in India, Wind Power in India and Open Access for Renewables. The company also publishes Power Line Directory and Yearbook and Solar Directory and Yearbook and weekly newsletter on the power sector.

Address:
Le Méridien New Delhi
Windsor Place
New Delhi, 110001 India
Phone:+91 11 2371 0101
Fax:+91 11 2371 4545
Toll-free:+91 1800 11 1415

For delegate registrations, contact:
Puja Kumari
Email:puja.kumari@indiainfrastructure.com
Mob: +91-8596854324 / 8051006292
Tel: +91-11-46038152, 41034615

Preeti Ekka,
Email:preeti.ekka@indiainfrastructure.com
Tel: +91-11-46012775, 41034615, +91-9971714608

EXHIBITION QUICK FACTS
Venue Le Meridien
Janpath, New Delhi 110001 India
Tel: (91-11) 23341234, 41501234
Fax: (91-11) 23342255
Stall Dimensions Basic octonerm shell space to be provided
Lead sponsor (3mx3m)
Co-sponsor (2mx2m)
CONFERENCE QUICK FACTS
Dates April 7, 2020
Timings 9:30am- 5:00pm
Registration Tuesday April 7 registration starts from 8:45am
Programme Type Non-residential
Requirements Participants need to carry their business cards and ID’s the venue
Venue Le Meridien
Janpath, New Delhi 110001 India
Tel: (91-11) 23341234, 41501234
Fax: (91-11) 23342255

The participants in some of our related conferences included: ABB, ACC, Accenture, Acciona, Adani Power, Aditya Birla, Aggreko Energy Rental India, Air Liquide, Alliance for An Energy Efficient Economy, Ambuja Cement, Amplus Energy Solutions, AP Paper, Apollo Tyres , Arvind Mills, Asahi Glass, Atlas Copco, Bajaj Hindustan, BALCO, Ballarpur Industries, Bannari Amman, BEE, BHEL, Bhiwani Textiles, BILT, Birla Tyres, BKT Industries, Bosch, BPCL-Kochi Refinery, Britannia, BSES Rajdhani Power, Bureau of Energy Efficiency, Canadian Solar, Carrier, Ceat, Century , CESC, Chambal Fertilisers, Chemfab Alkalis, Chennai Metro Rail, Cipla, Clean Max Enviro Energy Solutions, CMS, Coastal Gujarat, Conzerv, Coromandel International, Cummins, Customised Energy Solutions, Cybermotion Technologies, Dalkia Energy, Dalmia Cement, DCM Shriram, Deepak Fertilisers, DLF Utilities, DPSC, DSCL, DVC, DVVNL, Electrosteel Castings, Emco, Emergy, Essar Oil, Essar Power, Essar Steel, ETAmation Insights, ExxonMobil Lubricants, FLSmidth, Gabriel India, GAIL, Ginni Filaments, Glaxosmithkline , GMR, GNFC, GPCL, Grasim, GRIHA Council, Grundfos, GSECL, GSFCL, GSPC, Gujarat Alkalies and Chemicals , Gujarat Glass, Gujarat Industries Power Company, Haldia Energy, HCL Infosystems, HEG, Hero Future Energies, Hindalco, Hindustan Copper, Hindustan Paper, Hindustan Zinc, HMEL, Honda Seil, Honeywell, HPCL, HPGCL, HUL, HSIDC, HWB, ICF, ICRA, IEX, IFC, IFFCO, IISCO, Indian Metals & Ferro Alloys, Indian Railways, Indorama Synthetics, Indus Towers, IOCL, IPCA, Isgec Heavy Engineering, ITC , Jaypee, JCB, JFE Engineering, Jindal Power, JK Cement, JK Tyres, Johnson Controls , J P Mukherji & Associate, JSPL, JSW Steel, JSW Cement, JSW Power Trading Company, Kanoria Chemicals, KBL Indraprastha Power Generation, KCP Sugars, Kennametal, KOEL, KPMG, KRIBHCO, Kribhco Shyam Fertilizers, Lafarge Cements, Lakshmi Machine Works, Larsen & Toubro, LNJ Bhilwara, Mahindra & Mahindra -Nagpur, Mawana Sugars, McKinsey, Mecon, Meenakshi Energy, MIDC , Minda Group, MITCON, Moser Baer, MRF Tyres, MSP Steel & Power, Mysore Paper, NALCO, Nabha Power, National Fertilizers, NCC, NED Energy, NEEPCO, Nestle , NFL, NIS Marketing, NLC India, NMDC , NTPC, Oil India , ONGC, ONGC-Uran, Om Metals, Orient Cement, PFC, Philips Carbon Black , Philips India, Pipavav Energy, Polyplex, Pragati Power Corporation, Praxair, Prism Cement, PSL, PTC, PwC, Railway Energy Management Company, Raymond, Renuka Sugars, Research Designs & Standards Organisation, RIL , Rolls Royce, RP-SG Group – Haldia Energy, Ruchi Group, Sakthi Sugars, Saurashtra Cement, SCCL, Schneider Electric, Serum Institute, SGS India, Shakti Sustainable Energy Foundation, Shell, Siel Chemical Complex, Siemens, Singareni Collieries, SKF, Socomec, Southern Railways, SPIC, SREI, SRF, Sterlite, Surya Roshni, Suzlon Energy, Tata Chemicals, Tata Motors, Tata Power, Tata Power Trading Company, Tata Steel, TCS, Telangana State Genco, The Textile Association (India), Thermax, TMEIC, Torrent Power, Toshiba, Turbomach, Ultratech Cement, Vardhaman, Vedanta, Wartsila, Welspun Energy, WWF, Zamil Air Conditioners Zydus Cadila, etc.

Managing Cost of Energy for Industries

  • High energy costs exert a downward pressure on the profit margins of industries by increasing their overall cost of production. While there is limited control that companies have over energy prices, they can use levers like adopting smart procurement methods, employing co-generation and tri-generation strategies, diversifying their power mix, and deploying energy efficiency technologies.
  • Captive power generation has emerged as a viable option for industrial consumers as a means of managing their energy costs against high grid tariffs. While coal, gas and liquid fuel-based captive power plants have been used traditionally, renewable energy-based captive generation, including rooftop solar, is now being progressively adopted owing to its improved cost economics.
  • Procurement of power through exchanges and open access also presents an attractive alternative for industries to lower their energy bills. During 2018-19, industrial consumers procured about 11,240 MUs of electricity through power exchanges, at an average price ranging from Rs 3.27 to Rs 3.48 per kWh.
  • Further, many industrial users are adopting cogeneration and trigeneration strategies. Trigeneration plants, which can enable up to 80 per cent of primary energy to reach end use as compared to only 25 per cent in conventional power plants, have found application in large manufacturing industries such as dairy, food, beverage and pharmaceuticals. Cogeneration, which has traditionally been promoted for biomass and bagasse fuels, is most widely used in agriculture-based industries. Natural gas-based cogeneration and waste heat recovery are also emerging as energy efficiency measures.
  • While managing the cost of energy supply is one option, industries are increasingly adopting energy efficiency technologies to reduce consumption. Retrofitting of energy-efficient motors, pumps, compressors, lighting systems, variable frequency drives, controls and sensors leads to high capital costs but also presents a significant saving potential. A disciplined approach to predictive maintenance of this equipment can further lead to energy savings.
  • Launched in 2008, the Perform, Achieve and Trade (PAT) scheme has proved to be an enabling market-based mechanism for enhancing cost effectiveness through the certification of excess energy savings, which can be traded as energy saving certificates. Four cycles of the PAT scheme have concluded and the fifth edition has come into effect from April 2019 for the period 2019-20 to 2021-22. The expected savings from all previous PAT cycles is estimated at around 66 million tonnes of CO2 equivalent.
  • The mission of this conference is to provide a platform for industrial consumers to discuss the various measures for energy cost optimisation, best practices for energy efficiency and strategies for power sourcing. The conference will also showcase energy efficient technologies and noteworthy projects across various industries.

Energy Cost Management Strategies and Best Practices

  • What are the key strategies that industries can adopt for energy cost management?
  • What are their cost implications? What are the challenges in deploying them?
  • What are the industry best practices?

Grid Power Tariff Trends

  • What have been the grid power tariff trends for industrial consumers?
  • What are the factors influencing the trend in industrial tariffs?
  • What is the future outlook?

Captive Power Economics

  • What is the cost economics of captive power generation with various fuels?
  • How does the per unit cost of generation compare with that of grid power?
  • What are the trends in renewable energy captive power plants?

Fuel Procurement Scenario and Outlook

  • How have the demand, supply and fuel procurement costs of coal, oil and gas evolved over the past five years?
  • What are the strategies for industries to reduce their fuel costs?
  • How do renewable sources of power fare vis-à-vis traditional energy sources? What is the outlook?

Options in Power Trading

  • What short-term power trading strategies can industries utilise to manage their cost of energy?
  • What are the trends in power procurement costs and surplus power sale by industries in the trading market?
  • How has the open access market evolved? What is the outlook?

Focus on Cogeneration, Trigeneration and Waste Heat Recovery

  • What has been the experience of using cogeneration and trigeneration technologies across industries?
  • What are the typical costs incurred and energy savings accrued by deploying these strategies?
  • What are the various technologies being used for waste heat recovery? What have been the key challenges?

Industrial Process Strategies for Energy Management

  • What are the key equipment requirements for enhancing energy efficiency across industries?
  • How do operations and maintenance practices impact energy costs?
  • What solutions are being adopted for higher energy efficiency of buildings through heat/ventilation/air conditioning?
  • What are some of the best practices/case studies in reducing the associated energy costs?

Update on PAT

  • What have been the achievements of the PAT cycles introduced so far?
  • What strategies have been deployed by designated consumers to meet their PAT targets?
  • What is the status of the PAT V cycle? What are its key features? What are the issues and challenges?

Focus on EScerts

  • What is the status of the energy saving certificates (EScerts) market?
  • What are the key terms and conditions for the exchange of ESCerts?
  • How is the market likely to evolve in the future?

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

The conference is targeted at officials and managers from:

  • Industrial consumers
  • PAT designated consumers
  • Captive plant operators
  • Independent power producers
  • HT consumers
  • Industrial development corporations
  • Regulatory agencies
  • State electricity boards
  • Gencos, transcos and discoms
  • Power trading companies
  • Renewable energy service providers
  • Solar power developers
  • Wind power developers
  • Energy management consultants
  • Research and development organisations
  • Consultancy organisations
  • Technology providers (hybrid renewables, trigeneration, microgrids, etc.)
  • Equipment manufacturers
  • HVAC and lighting providers
  • Equity analysts
  • Financiers/Investors, etc.

Event Location:

By :

  • Le Méridien
  • Windsor Place
  • New Delhi
  • India

Event Schedule Details

  • April 7, 2020 (Tuesday)
    09:00 PM - 05:00 AM
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