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|Renewable Energy India 2013 -- Electrical Power Systems, Environmental Technologies, Pollution Control Eq., Renewable Energy Eq., Water Resources Eq./Services|
Renewable Energy India is the best venue to enter into and expand your sales in India's rapidly growing green energy sector. the 2013 event should have over 550 exhibitors and about 15,000 buyers from all over India. The 7th edition of Renewable Energy India Expo being held from 12-14 September 2013 at the India Expo Centre and Mart, Greater Noida ( National Capital Region of Delhi) India.
The following are some indicators of short term growth prospects in India's renewable energy sector.
The renewable energy supports the government's objectives of 'inclusive growth' and is part of solutions to meet nation's energy needs. The sector has grown at an annual rate of 23% to about 25,000 MW in March 2012. The renewable power installed capacity forms 6.5% in the total electricity mix and 12.5% of total installed capacity in 2011- 2012. With 17,352 MW of generation, WIND continues to account for 70% of installed capacity. RE generation from Small Hydro power is 3395 MW |Biomass power is 3224 MW and Solar power is 1028 MW. Capacity addition of 30,000 MW is planned from various renewable energy technologies in the next five years. Wind Energy is estimated to contribute 15,000 MW followed by solar power at 10,000 MW, small hydro by 2100 MW and biomass power by 2700 MW. Cleantech sector has the potential to generate 10 mn jobs in India by 2025.
|Kevin Haley, Trade Event Programs|
Senior International Trade Specialist
|Gregory O'Connor, Bucharest|
Regional Senior Commercial Officer
|Ranjeesh Khattar, UBM India Ltd|