Coal has been the critical backbone of India’s energy infrastructure and will continue to be the major source of energy in the near future as well even during transition to renewable sources of energy.
The development of modern coal technology will be critical if the Indian government is to provide enough affordable electricity to its growing population and cut carbon emissions. Making coal cleaner, more efficient is key to India’s power sector. It is these ideas, amongst others, that will be explored in the POWER-GEN India & Central Asia conference programme.
Mr. Ari Kokko, Director- Technology and R&D, Valmet Technologies, Finland
Mr. Srinivas Nagarajan, General Manager- Engineering, MHPS, India
Mr. Avijit Malick, Operation Engineer, Reliance Power, India
Mr. Gus Shearer, Director- Product Management & Marketing, Ljungstrom, USA
Mr. Dan Eyer, Technical Consultant, Uniper, UK
Mr. Sundara Kavidass, Managing Director, SP Energy Tek, India
POWER-GEN - removing the barriers. Industry professionals tasked with strengthening India’s power sector need to hear what global power experts are sharing in Delhi. For 2017, the conference delegate options have been restructured to allow even more professionals access to the cutting edge content POWER-GEN India & Central Asia provides.