WINDERGY INDIA 2017
Indian Wind Turbine Manufacturers Association (IWTMA) in organization with Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) is facilitating Windergy, the biggest yearly meeting and display on Wind Energy. Made by the business and for the business, Windergy India will unite key Government specialists, International and National Wind Energy players, Service Providers, front line Innovators, key Financing Entities and different partners on a solitary stage.
Given the exceptional prospects accessible in this area, Windergy will give a chance to arrange; work together with companions, pioneers, thought pioneers and approach producers.
Windergy India 2017 International Conference & Exhibition
The Annual Windergy International Conference and Exhibition will be the biggest wind control occasion in India, held from 25 - 27 April 2017 at The Ashok, New Delhi, a meeting point for all individuals from the wind vitality industry – best business administrators, specialized specialists, choice and arrangement producers, and government delegates - to meet up and address the key issues confronted by the business today.
Head displaying organizations will exhibit their front line innovation and advancements that will help take care of the business' most concerning issues and prepare for a more proficient, viable and supportable vitality future.
Wind Energy in India Setting Records
More than 27000 MW introduced limit with more than 3000 MW introduced in FY 2015-16.
INR 25,000 crores (USD 3.73 billion) of aggregate speculation made in assembling in India
A vigorous time-tried assembling limit of 9,500 MW, which can be sloped upto 15,000 MW
Evaluated wind vitality potential in the nation is 302 GW at 100 meters center stature
A few driving Original Equipment Manufacturers have embraced Research and Development to create innovation to tackle twist vitality at 120 meters center tallness.
Wind Energy has a fare capability of USD 2 Billion for every annum – which is as of now evaluated 5 million for every annum
India has pronounced at UNCOP21 that it will accomplish 40% total electric power introduced limit from non-fossil fuel based vitality assets by 2030
In the following 6 years, the Wind Energy segment anticipated that would develop @ of 6 GW per annum to accomplish the objectives
Indian economy, already the third largest in the world, is expected to grow more than five- fold by 2040. This expansion will be led by growth in manufacturing, transport and civil aviation. Energy is central to achieving India’s development ambitions. According to the International Energy Agency, India is set to contribute more than any other country to the projected rise in global energy demand, around one-quarter of the total.
The Government of India is also heavily invested in sustainable development and has therefore, pledged to build up a 40% share of non-fossil fuel capacity in the power sector by 2030. As a result, over 50% of new generation capacity to 2040 is expected to come from renewables and nuclear.
As India increasingly turns to clean energy to power its growing economy, Wind Energy is poised to provide the foundation of the Renewable Energy Program in India. Wind Energy sector is India’s largest and most successful renewable energy. Presently India has an installed capacity of more than 27000 MW of wind energy making it the 4th largest in the world. In 2015, the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) announced the targets for Wind Power generation capacity at 60,000 MW by 2022.
Windergy India International Conference & Exhibition 2017
The Indian Wind Turbines Manufacturers Association (IWTMA) in association with Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) is hosting Windergy India, the largest annual conference and exhibition on Wind Energy in India. Created by the industry and for the industry, Windergy India will bring together key Government authorities, International and National Wind Energy players, Service Providers, cutting edge Innovators, vital Financing Entities and other stakeholders on a single platform.
Windergy India Exhibition
The exhibition will showcase the phenomenal prospects available in the wind energy sector. It will abet global networking & business opportunities as well as facilitate partnerships and investments through One-on-one meetings with government and industry. The latest technological advancements in the sector will also be demonstrated at the exhibition.
Windergy India Conference
Windergy Conference will deliberate the policy, technology and emerging models, with accent on networking participation, panel discussion to get total support of Central, State Governments and participation of non -Wind States in their Wind Power Portfolio obligation.
India has Risen to Number 4 in Cumulative Installed Wind Capacity.
Over 27000 MW installed capacity in India with over 3000 MW installed in FY 2015-16.
INR 25,000 crores (USD 3.73 billion) of total investment made in manufacturing in India
India has a robust, time-tested manufacturing capacity of 9,500 MW, which can be ramped upto 15,000 MW
Estimated wind energy potential in the country is 302 GW at 100 meters hub height
Several leading Original Equipment Manufacturers have undertaken Research and Development to develop technology to harness wind energy at 120 meters hub height
Wind Energy has an export potential of USD 2 Billion per annum – which is currently estimated 5 million per annum
India has declared at UNCOP21 that it will achieve 40% cumulative electric power installed capacity from non-fossil fuel based energy resources by 2030
In the next 6 years, the Wind Energy sector expected to grow @ of 6 GW per annum to achieve the targets
Ecosystem & Make In India
India has a robust, time-tested manufacturing capacity of 9,500 MW, which can be ramped up to 15,000 MW. Indigenisation is more than 75%, with a strong supply chain hub and in-house R&D facilities to harness in low- and medium-wind regimes.
The retail markets by Small and Medium Enterprises, the interest shown by Public Sector Units, and the presence of a growing number of Independent Power Producers backed by international funding make this industry incredibly vibrant and pulsating.
To put it simply, the industry is unstoppable just like the wind.
Windergy India Regional Conclaves
Indian Wind Turbine Manufacturers Association (IWTMA) in partnership with Confederation of Indian Industries (CII) coordinated a series of workshops in the states of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Telengana, Gujrata and Madhya Pradesh.
These workshops provided a platform for representatives of the State Government’s Energy Department, representatives from Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) and representatives from Independent Power Producers (IPPs) and Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) to discuss the outlook for the Wind Power sector, understand the challenges and define a road map for the Wind Energy sector in their respective states.
Road Map to 60,000 MW – White Paper
Indian Wind Turbine Manufacturers Association has partnered with The Energy and Resource Institute (TERI) to develop the Roadmap to achieving 60,000 MW installed capacity by 2022.
The White Paper will discuss the key issues of Power evacuation and grid integration, Policy and regulatory environment in India both at state and centre, challenges and opportunities in the value chain, impact of the new Tariff Policy etc.
The White Paper is scheduled to be released in January 2017.
Windergy India 2017 International Exhibition is India's largest wind energy exhibition. With participation from leading wind energy players from India and across the globe, Windergy India 2017 will open up business opportunities across the wind energy value chain. The exhibition will be held at The Ashok, New Delhi.
Benefits of participation
Global networking & business opportunities
One-on-one meetings with government and industry
Platform to showcase your brand and capabilities
Forging of partnerships and investments
Gain knowledge of the latest advances in wind technology
- Civil Engineering Surveyors and Contractors
- Component Repairers
- Electrical and Electronics Items Manufacturers
- Hydraulic and Mechanical Items Manufacturers and Suppliers
- Valuers, Operations & Maintenance Providers
- WEG Erection Contractors
- Tools and Lubricants Manufacturers
- Assessment and Forecasting Service Providers
- Wind Electric Generator (WEG) Manufacturers
- Wind Farm Owners
- Consultants and Certification Agencies
- Freight Forwarders
- Insurance Companies, Surveyors
- Stand-alone Small Aero-generator Manufacturers & Training Providers
- Spares, Components
- Wind-Solar Hybrid Power System Integrators
- Wind-Solar Hybrid Power System Integrators
- Wind Monitoring and Analysis Systems Suppliers
Windergy India provides a niche platform and opportunity to meet the movers and players of the Indian wind industry and the diaspora of more than 150 exhibitors participating at the event from across the globe.
5000+ trade professionals are expected to visit Windergy India 2017 at The Ashok, New Delhi to view cutting edge technologies on display, understand market insights, network and collaborate with potential business clients, study industry trends and challenges, assimilate innovations and product launches and absorb clarity. The mission is to ensure that the wind energy establishes itself as the answer to today’s energy challenges, providing substantial environmental and economic benefits.
- Clean-tech Specialists
- Component Manufacturers
- Environmental Groups
- Equipment Manufacturers
- Financial Institutions
- Green Power Providers
- Policy-level Thinkers
- R&D Institutions
- Trade Associations
- Non-Governmental Organizations
- Associations & Industry leaders
- Venture Capitalists
- International organizations
- Non-profit Organizations
- Technology Developers
- Utility Providers
26th April 2017
|10.00 a.m. - 11.30 a.m.||Plenary||Indian Power Horizon Enriched by Wind|
|Wind, over past twenty five years in India, has proved itself to be scalable and cost effective source for power generation. As the wind energy becomes mature, this session will focus on its rightful place in the overall power mix. This session will analyze generation mix, drivers for power sector growth and the forecasted demand until 2030. It will highlight the challenges and opportunities with higher wind integration on the grid. The plenary will deliberate on ancillary service pricing, spinning reserves and innovative pricing mechanisms.|
|11.30 - 11.45 a.m.||Tea / Coffee Break|
|11.45 a.m. - 01.15 p.m.||Parallel Session 1||Make in India - Manufacturing opportunities|
|Wind Sector is well aware of the "Make in India" programme. The localization or indigenization has gone up to 75% and in some components it has gone up to 90%. The industry is supported by a robust supply chain which has restricted imports only to very few critical commodities / components. The session shall explore opportunities to further optimize localization and economy of scale for price reduction. The localized production of components and commodities will also form part of the export to key markets considering maturity of Indian Engineering and Technical manpower availability. This session augurs well with the National Off Set policy of less imports and more exports to make the wind industry net foreign exchange earner.|
|Parallel Session 2||Regulatory round-up and legal landscape - what needs to change?|
|The legislative and regulatory drivers are critical for growth in wind sector. Since enactment of Electricity Act 2003, the wind sector has seen substantial growth in initial years however now with considerable capacity in place and with change the overall power scenario, there are regulatory challenges. The primary being the renewable purchase obligation (RPO) and the other is procurement tariff and methodology. With possibility of interstate sale of power a new set or regulatory changes may be required on connectivity, open access, charges etc. Open Access / captive use has been an important market segment for wind power, the future of the same remains an area of concern. The session will deliberate on these regulatory challenges and suggest a way forward.|
|01.15 p.m. - 02.15 p.m.||Lunch|
|02.15 p.m. - 3.15 p.m||Parallel Session 1||Emerging Opportunities – Offshore and Competitive Bidding|
|The Wind Power in India and in Global has matured as on-shore green field projects. Two decades of wind history has adopted itself to various policy changes. More so, there is a major shift in policy regime to transform from Feed-in-Tariff to Bidding / Auction route. The 1 GW project floated by MNRE is just a beginning. The session will also focus on the potential of the off-shore in India which is considered as expensive power and more so in a energy surplus scenario and the policy support it would require. Interestingly, some Global experience has shown that off-shore to be cheaper than on-shore. This session would look at success stories, opportunities and challenges to drive the market with Competitive Bidding and at the same time, beginnings off-shore keeping in mind a potential of 302 GW on-shore.|
|Parallel Session 2||Innovation & Global Technology Trends|
|Over the past twenty years, Wind LCOE has come down by over 80% due to scale and significant advances in wind turbine and component technology. As wind is at the threshold of becoming fastest growing and most affordable source of clean energy, this session will discuss future innovations and trends in technology. In addition to the expected focus on the turbine and key components, the panel will also debate future innovations pertaining to O&M, Asset Management tools and Data Analytics.|
|03.15 p.m. - 03.30 p.m.||Tea / Coffee Break|
|03.30 p.m. - 05.00 p.m.||Plenary Session||Grid Integration & Planning|
|The goal of 60GW wind, and 100GW of solar, capacity addition would critically depend upon the successful grid integration of wind power. The discussions on grid generation would encompass the entire gamut from regulations on connectivity, technical standards, transmission planning, and operational issues to manage variable but predictable wind generation. Use of forecasting techniques along with data communication can accommodate higher percentage of wind power in grid, as demonstrated in some countries, would create the opportunities for growth. This would further be facilitated by emergence of ancillary/balancing services. The session would take a deep dive into these aspects of grid integration.|
27th April 2017
|10.00 a.m. - 11.30 a.m.||Plenary Session||Exports from India|
|The current export of USD 5 Million per annum can be ramped up to USD 2 to 3 Billion. India is the cheapest country in the world by project cost and Indian wind energy goods are accepted worldwide. The opportunities for export as seen by the industry and encouraged by the Department of Commerce is enormous. The challenges lie in cost of logistics, export credit, new green lines of credit and opportunity not only in project management but also in services of O&M.|
|11.30 a.m. - 11.45 a.m.||Tea / Coffee Break|
|11.45 a.m. - 01.00 p.m.||Plenary Session||Wind & Solar Energy - Operating Together|
|India is bestowed with abundant renewable resources mainly wind and solar. In order to meet our ever growing energy demand, it is imperative to tap the resources available to maximum possible extent. Policy and Regulatory framework and few external factors making solar and wind at different platform, there is need to leverage potential of each resource by complementing instead of treating both differently. This particular session dwells on opportunities and challenges of both wind and solar which are distinct but can complement each other in a long term perspective. Also potentially include some topics that highlight wind’s positives like no need for water, certification ensuring good quality etc. and ask for level playing field|
|01.00 p.m. - 02.00 p.m||Lunch|
|02.00 p.m. - 3.00 p.m||Plenary Session||State Level Challenges & Way forward|
|States have been play a vital role in adding up renewable energy capacity for the past 2 decades. Even though ambitious target has been set by the centre, adoption and implementation rest with states which are facing few critical challenges like renewable energy mix in overall power generation, grid management, land availability for developing wind farms without compromising other important uses especially agriculture, financially distressed discoms etc. Moreover, the key challenge remains the cost power to be delivered to the end use customer. Disparity that prevails over potential states and non-potential states of wind resource in terms of RPO has been adding more strain on off take of wind power by potential states which are only eight.
This session would address all the above issues and analyse solutions such as Inter-state trading, implementation of uniform RPO across states with infallible penal mechanism, rejuvenating REC market with necessary modifications, if any.
|03.00 p.m. - 03.15 p.m||Tea / Coffee Break|
|03.15 p.m. - 04.15 p.m.||Plenary Session||Wind and Sustainability|
|Place of wind energy in the global landscape of energy and climate change is undisputable. This session will dwell on Global Capacity Addition and challenges therein. More importantly for markets like India which has a target of 60 GW by 2022 and 100 GW by 2030, the focus will rest on integration of wind into the main stream and its sustainability. The debate will link global experience and thought process and lessons to be learnt or a home grown plan for sustainable growth is of high priority. Global interest in India by the financial community to see India has a high growth rate market with predictable future by numbers and meet the technical challenges.|
|04.15 p.m. - 05.15 pm.||Valedictory Session|
|05.15 p.m. - 05.30 pm.||Announcement of Windergy India 2018 / 2019|
The Conference attendees will include state, central and international government representatives, non-government organizations, clean-tech specialists, advocacy groups, project developers, original equipment and component manufacturers, financial institutions, among many other distinguished delegates.
Attend the conference for:
- Global networking and business opportunities
- One-on-one meetings with government and industry
- A platform to showcase your brand and capabilities
- Forging of partnerships and investments
- Gaining knowledge of the latest advances in wind technology