A bright future for
renewable energy in India

India is one of the countries with large production of energy from renewable sources. 38% of
India's installed electricity generation capacity is from renewable sources. The country is aiming for 57% of the total electricity capacity from renewable sources by 2027. According to 2027 blueprint, India aims to have 275 GW from renewable energy, 72 GW of hydroelectricity,
15 GW of nuclear energy and nearly 100 GW from "other zero emission" sources. These figures give a clear picture of the bright future of renewable energy in India.

Why is there a demand for
renewable energy in India? 
  • Generating energy that produces no greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuels and reduces some types of air pollution

  • Diversifying energy supply and reducing dependence on imported fuels

  • Creating economic development and jobs in manufacturing, installation, and more

Session Details:
  • Introductory Session: Senior speakers & policy makers from India will offer their strategic and macro-level prospects on Future of Renewable Energy in India.

  • Knowledge Sharing Session: Solar & Technology experts from all over the world will offer their expertise/ technologies/case studies on different aspects of renewable energy.

  • Steered interactive session & panel discussion for the way forward.

Who should exhibit? 
Manufactures, System Integrators, Dealer & Distributors of
  • Photovoltaic power stations

  • Rooftop solar PV systems

  • Standalone PV systems

  • Solar hybrid power systems

  • Concentrated photovoltaics

  • Solar planes

  • Solar-powered water purification

  • Solar-pumped lasers

  • Solar vehicles

  • Solar panels on spacecraft and space stations