PUBLISHER’S LETTER

Hello and welcome once again to Electrical India. India’s electrical and (power) electronics industry is all set to witness one of the biggest trade fairs of the sector, ELECRAMA 2018. It will be held from 10th to 14th of March 2018 at Greater Noida, Delhi NCR. The industry leaders and all stakeholders will endeavour to disseminate their state-of-the-art technologies or to absorb the future ones available in today’s world.

  ELECRAMA 2018 will be a platform where the world of electricity will meet the future. Based on three aspects of technology, demand forecast and policy discussion, the event will have more than 1100 exhibitors showcasing their products & services. The five day event will have various pavilions like power pavilion, railway pavilion and E-Tech Next, showcasing the technology of tomorrow. This time’s ELECRAMA focuses on Electric Vehicles, Internet of Things (IoT), Storage Solutions and Renewable Energy.

  Contextually, Electrical India has tried its best to put emphasis on renewable energy, electric vehicles, IoT and storage solutions in this issue.

  The Government of India has undertaken initiatives for generation of 1,75,000 MW renewable energy of by 2022. As a result, solar energy has experienced phenomenal growth in recent years due to both technological improvements and government policies supportive of renewable energy development. The article ‘Solar Power Systems’ analyzes the overview of solar power generation, solar photovoltaic, various types of photovoltaic systems and its components.

  Moving further, Market Scenario on Electric Vehicle Charging stations shades light on the remarkable growth of the electric vehicle charging station market due to the increasing adoption of electric vehicles globally as a result of the government efforts for reducing emissions and focus on the renewable energy sources .

  Internet of Things (IoT) can enable in building a smart grid, ultimately, securing the future of energy supply for everyone in a rapidly growing population with a limited power production capacity. The article ‘Role of IT in Indian Power Sector’ suggests that information technology plays a central role in distribution utility as the platform for execution of business processes and the information base for decision making at operational and strategic levels.

  Well, our team will be at ELECRAMA at our booth BR20 in Hall 1. Welcome to our booth and we look forward to helping your company in the editorial coverage, advertising or your subscription needs.

  Hope you enjoy reading this issue as much as we have in bringing this to you. Please send in your comments and or suggestions to me at miyer@charypublications.in

Publisher & Editor-In-Chief

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