March 3-5, 2016

- Venue -
Bombay Convention & Exhibition Centre, Goregaon (East), Mumbai, India

CHEMTECH will organise 3rd edition of EnerTECH World Expo international exhibition and conferences which aims to bring the stakeholders from across the entire value chain of power generation and allied services providing sectors to common platform during 3 days event in Mumbai.


CHEMTECH will organise 3rd edition of EnerTECH World Expo international exhibition and conferences which aims to bring the stakeholders from across the entire value chain of power generation and allied services providing sectors to common platform during 3 days event in Mumbai.

CHEMTECH will organise focused international conferences on Thermal Energy and Nuclear Energy concurrently during EnerTECH World Expo 2016 which will allow the power equipment manufacturers to display state- of- the- art technologies, products and services for the fast growing Indian power sector.

High Growth Phase for the Indian Power Sector
Government's vision of Power for All by 2019, has put the power sector on a high growth trajectory. The government has planned to supply basic electricity connections to 280 million people who do not have access to electricity by 2019.

During the recent World Economic Forum, Mr Piyush Goyal, the Honourable Minister of State with independent Charge for Power, Coal and New and Renewable Energy shared that the sector has scope for USD 250 billion investments across diverse areas of energy from power generation to transmission and distribution; development of associated infrastructure and replacement of old and outdated equipment.

Current Capacity & Future Projections
According to Central Electricity Authority (CEA), India's total Power generation capacity (including renewables) stood at 258.70 GW at the end of January 2015. As per the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, country's grid interactive renewable power generation capacity stood at 34.351 GW of total installed capacity at the end of February 2015. India's increasing population and industrial development is going to cause a whopping increase in demand of electricity and per capita consumption is projected to double from current 917.2 kWh by 2020. Power sector incurred losses to the tune of 193 TWh in the year 2012 which the government is trying to reduce by providing thrust to energy efficiency to curtail the losses.