The focus will be to present the future of energy to India, and showcase India’s strength to engage more deeply with the rest of the world, informs Anil Saboo, Chairman of ELECRAMA 2020 and Chairman-cum-Managing Director of Elektrolites (Power) Pvt Ltd in an interaction with Electrical India.
Kirit Sitapara, Managing Director, Ascent Electrification Engineers Pvt Ltd sheds light on products & services of the company, projects, the government’s initiatives like Power for All, Make in India etc. in an interaction with Electrical India.
CRISIL Research expects that safeguard duty implementation would create 20-25 GW market for domestic module makers over FY’20-FY’23, based on current domestic module makers following through on expansion plans already announced and foreign module players expanding in the Indian market, informs Rahul Prithiani – Director, CRISIL Research in an interaction with Electrical India.
Ashish Khanna, President, Tata Power (Renewables) shares his views on the growth of Indian solar PV industry in an interaction with Electrical India.
"Digital and power electronics supported technologies will prove to be a game changer for the energy management and power sector in India. - Dr. Harald Griem, Executive Vice President and Head - Energy Management Division, Siemens Ltd."
Sridhar Reddy Arumalla, Managing Director, Esennar Transformers sheds light on Indian power and distribution transformers in an e-mail interaction with Electrical India.
SMEs which account for around 85 per cent of the electrical equipment industry, are battling multiple headwinds today. - Harish Agarwal, President, IEEMA
In next 5 years you will see Maharashtra competing with other countries, not with other states of the country. And we are heading towards this. - Subhash Desai, Mining & Industries Minister, Govt. of Maharashtra
The government policies like Startup India, Make in India, and UDAY will accelerate growth, informs Narendra Goliya, Chairman, Rishabh Instruments in an email interaction with Electrical India.
Coal India has increased its coal production in the recent past. It can do even better if it is not saddled only with “monitoring” by the central government and is provided necessary support in negotiating its problems with the state governments. - Anil Swarup, Former Coal Secretary
T P Singh, Sales Director, Emerging Markets-Ins (India, ME, CIS, Turkey, SS Africa), FLIR shares his views on the company’s vision in India, products for electrical utilities and many more in an email interaction with Electrical India.
“The major difficulties being faced by the coal-based projects are regarding availability of coal and payment delays by the DISCOMs. Ashok Khurana, Director General, Association of Power Producers (APP)”
Copper is a barometer of the economic growth of the nation and if we wish India’s growth story remains intact, then the usage of copper must grow simultaneously. - Sanjeev Ranjan, Managing Director, International Copper Association India
The main feature of the Indian project (Kudankulam) is a unique combination of active and passive safety systems that provide maximum resilience against external and internal impacts, including tornadoes, hurricanes, earthquakes and even an aircraft crash. - Andrey Shevlyakov, CEO, Rosatom South Asia
"Last year, we have seen the trade had slowed down due to the GST implementation. Now the LED lighting has been growing. - Gautam Seth, Joint Managing Director, HPL Electric & Power Ltd"
Expansion is a continuous process for us at RR Kabel. We are the only wire brand to export to over 75 countries. - Shreegopal Kabra, Managing Director, RR Kabel
The need for smart transformers looks more real 5 years down the line. Our products and our online condition monitoring system are aligned with these technological advances... We see ourselves leading the way in transformer data analytics. Girish Kumar, Managing Director, Sai Electricals
The UPS market in India will witness strong growth in the future, informs Palash Nandy, CEO, Numeric during an interaction with Electrical India.
The switchgear is turning inherently intelligent, allowing for predictive maintenance. So, the failures and downtime will minimise. Chandrashekhar Shrotri, Head of Control Products Business, Digital Factory Division, Siemens India.
With the rate contracts with all our major suppliers, we intend to increase our market share in the next few years, states Bharathiraja Kaliyamoorthy, Managing Director, GEESYS Technologies (India) Pvt. Ltd., in an interaction with Electrical India.