Currently our production capacity is around 5,000 metric tonne per month and we are planning to cross 15,000 metric tonne per month by 2022. Dilip Dev, Chairman, HD Wires
Transformer failures can potentially lead to unplanned power outages, in addition to costly and time-consuming repair and replacement. - Dr. Murhari Sopanrao Kele, Chairman-cum-Managing Director, Tripura State Electricity Corporation Ltd
We intend to expand our team and support in India to increase our reach to domestic as well as to international customers. We will also continue investing in manpower, new labs and testing facilities in India. - Bratin Roy, VP, Industry Service, TÜV SÜD South Asia, Southeast Asia, Middle East, and Africa Region
Stepping into its 100th year of operations, IPCL is planning to make its Asansol operations a “Smart Utility”, keeping pace with global technology and digitisation trends. – Somesh Dasgupta, Group President, India Power Corporation Ltd
Ashish S Choksi, Executive Vice President, Hindustan Platinum gives a glimpse of company, products, manufacturing capacity, opportunities generated due to the government’s policies and many more in an interaction with Electrical India.
Parag Yelegaonkar, Business Development Manager, Testo India talks about the importance of thermal imaging cameras in the power sector, his company’s most advanced thermal imaging cameras, and more in an email interaction with Electrical India.
Narendra Goliya, Chairman, Rishabh Instruments sheds light on evolutions in Indian Testing & Measurement market, impact of IoT, Indian electrical T&M markets and many more in an email interaction with Electrical India.
Our smart experience center will help customers to explore, purchase and experience Crabtree’s most intuitive and advanced range of products. - Vivek Yadav, Senior Vice President, Havells India Ltd.
With the aim to cater the customer of electrical wires and cables, KEI recently came up with the range of co-axial and communication cables. Anil Gupta, Chairman-cum-Managing Director, KEI Industries
Fortum, a Finnish energy company is bringing its proven NOx (Nitrogen Oxide) reduction technology in India un-der the new business ‘Fortum eNext’. As part of this initiative, the company recently organised a seminar in Mum-bai to showcase its innovative global technology and its holistic solutions, with a special focus on offerings for thermal power plants in India. On the sidelines of this event, Juha Suomi, Area Director, Asia, Fortum eNext and Sanjay Aggarwal, Managing Director, Fortum India speak to Subhajit Roy and explain about the company’s roadmap for Indian market. Excerpts:
Alok Agrawal, Director, Uttam (Bharat) Electricals Pvt Ltd gives sneak peek of transformers industry in an interaction with Electrical India.
There is an urgent need to understand the challenges faced by the motor manufacturers especially the MSMEs and how they can contribute in adoption of IE3 motors quickly. - Abhishek Dhupar, Manager–Motor & Motor Driven Systems, ICAI
As far as our immediate plans are concerned, we aim to expand further in next couple of years and triple our turnover to more than Rs 1,000 crore by 2020. - Ankit Tayal, Co-Founder, Step Industries Pvt. Ltd.
We would aim to become the No. 1 transformer manufacturing company in 132 and 220 kV class in the country. Aaditya Dhoot, Managing Director, IMP Powers Ltd.
Digitalisation holds great promise for the power generation industry, especially in developing economies such as India, where increasing productivity, improving efficiency of processes and reducing cost of operations, as well as energy consumption and emissions, is critical. - Rajeev Kishore, Digital Lead, Hub Asia Pacific, ABB
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."