About the Conclave

India’s installed renewable energy capacity (including hydro) stood at 178.79 GW, representing 43 per cent of the overall installed power capacity. The country is targefing about 500 Gigawatt (GW) of installed renewable energy capacity by 2030.
India having One Nation, One Grid, One Frequency, One National Load Dispatch Centre resulting in one market for traditional generation. Discussion on Renewable Energy Integration and Grid Management by Load Dispatch Centre is need of time.
Smart grid technology is enabling the effective management and distribution of renewable energy sources such as solar, wind, and hydrogen. The smart grid connects a variety of distributed energy resource assets to the power grid. By leveraging the Internet of Things (IoT) to collect data on the smart grid, utilities are able to quickly detect and resolve service issues through continuous self- assessments.
The plethora of opportunities for energy firms to invest in India comes from the increased demand and energy transition commitments. They key areas impacting Grid are:

Renewable Generation and Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS):

One of the most important emerging technologies in the Indian renewable energy market, can provide both peak-time power supply and Round the Clock (RTC) power to help overcome renewable energy’s unsteady nature.

Green Hydrogen:

India is also aiming to become a global hub for green hydrogen producfion and exports. Under the Nafional Green Hydrogen Mission, Rs. 19,444 crore has been allocated for green hydrogen aiming at producing 5 million tons of green hydrogen annually by 2030.


Most implementations of electro mobility envision large amount of electric vehicles (EVs) adding significant deployment of EV charging infrastructure that will cover residential, commercial and large independent charging infrastructure, creating planning, and operations impacts on medium and low voltage networks. That would need a collaborative planning approach between utility, infrastructure operators, and customer, including smart and bi-directional charging capabilities, which can modify their charging in response to grid conditions.
This conference talks about the new initiafive affecting Grid stability and solutions to the technological challenges of Grid integration in Renewable Energy. Also Policy Reforms to promote RE and Grid Management.

New Energies Conclave


Session 1: Renewable Grid Integration Challenges:

An expanding economy, population, urbanization and industrialization means that India sees the largest increase in energy demand.
Pathways to Integrate 178 Gigawatts of Renewable Energy into India’s Electric Grid uses advanced weather and power system modeling to explore the operational impacts of meefing India’s 2030 renewable energy (RE) targets and idencfy actions that is favorable for grid integration.
In this Panel Discussion we try to focus on the Opportunity, Future Load, Strategies and Way forward.

Topics Covered:

  • Strategic Opportunity in Renewable Generation (Solar, Wind, Pumped Storage Hydro) by 2030.
  • Power Demand scenario & requirement for implementation of RE, Green Hydrogen projects, E-Mobility Charging infra, Railways, Metro and its impact on Grid.
  • Need for Bulk Transmission & Distribution Network, Role of Utilifi s, New Technologies.

Session 2: Techno-Policy Answers to Grid Integration:

A topline ap proach to u nderstands, the challenges and mitigation techniques when integrating renewable energy production into the grid, while maintaining system stability and reliability.

Topics Covered:

  • System Stability challenges: Integrating Variable Renewable Energy into the Grid, Power Quality, Harmonics, Overloading of existing transmission lines, Electro-mobility etc.
  • Role of Load serving entity: Challenges at Utility Level, Efficiency Companies.
  • Planning & System Operators: Grid integrators and planners experience.
  • Policymakers: Current policy, Policy level intervention required.
  • Looking forward for solutions: Grid-Scale Battery Storage, Micro grids, Optional Off grid for large Industries (Green and clean hydrogen, Steel, Cement), Virtual Power plants, Grid codes, Technological solutions (Smart Grid/IOT/AI/ HVDC system), Advance weather forecasting.

Session 3: Business Model & Platform

Topics Covered:

  • Round-table/ Presentation on ”Grid Services Business Model”.
  • Presentation from Think Tanks on Renewable Energy Integration in Grid
  • Presentation from Academia/Startup/R&D companies.

Speakers / Panellists

Coming soon


Conclave would be interest

Grid Integrators
Grid Integrators
Renewable & Grid storage companies
Renewable & Grid storage companies
Power Producers
Investors & Financiers
Policy Makers
Solution Providers

Co-Host Opportunity

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  • Corporate Video (2 Min.) played during the break
  • Logo Presence on the Main Backdrop
  • 1 Standee near the Conference Hall
  • Logo Presence on the Thank You Sponsors
  • Table Space for product Display
  • 5 Complementary Delegates for attending the conference
  • Logo Presence on Digital Media Platforms and Promotional E-mailers
  • Corporate Video (2 Min.) played during the break
  • Logo Presence on the Main Backdrop
  • Logo Presence on the Thank You Sponsors
  • 4 Complementary Delegates for attending the conference
  • Logo Presence on Digital Media Platforms and Promotional E-mailers
  • Logo Presence on the Main Backdrop
  • Logo Presence on the Thank You Sponsors
  • 3 Complementary Delegates for attending the conference

Delegate Fee



IEEMA Member / Utility / Govt. Offcials

INR 2000

Non - IEEMA Member

INR 3000


USD 250

*GST of 18% will be applicable on the delegate fee

For Sponsorship / Participation, Please Contact:

Mr Kumar Rahul

Mob: +91 8789098209

Dr. Saad Faruqui

Mob: +91 9897031934

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The Indian electrical industry is represented by Indian Electrical and Electronics Manufacturers’ Association (IEEMA), which was established in 1948, comprising of all segments of electricity from source to socket i.e. generation, transmission, distribution to last mile connectivity/usage and allied components & accessories. IEEMA members are also active in new energy space like EV components/ E-Mobility, Battery storage, Renewable Energy and Green Hydrogen value chain etc. More than 90% of the installed electrical equipment in the country have been contributed by IEEMA members. Combined turnover of the members is in excess of USD 50 bn exporting goods of over USD 10 bn.
Recognised as the first point of reference for anything pertaining to Power and Electrical Equipment, IEEMA plays a primary role to facilitate creation of a conducive environment for the growth of electrical industry by providing key services like Policy Advocacy. The Government officials laud IEEMA for its data backed representations. It also continues to represent the interests of its members, in consonance with National interest.
A prominent size and space is occupied by the Electrical Equipment and Machinery in the Capital Goods Sector, which is more than 45 percent of the entire Capital Goods Sector. The industry is 6.8% of the manufacturing sector in terms of value and 1.07% of the NDP. It also provides direct and indirect employment to 1.5 million people and over 5 million across the entire value chain.

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