NEW DELHI, March 1, 2018 /PRNewswire/ --
India's leading Electricity, Gas and Water Utilities and Experts from International Agencies will take part in this conference
An upcoming conference and exhibition on Smart Energy, Smart Grid and Smart Cities, India Smart Grid Week (ISGW 2018), organized by India Smart Grid Forum, is scheduled from 05 - 09 March, 2018 at Manekshaw Center, New Delhi, India. ISGW 2018 is supported by Ministries of Power, External Affairs, Science and Technology, New and Renewable Energy, Heavy Industries and Public Affairs, NITI Aayog and 'Make in India'.
Power Minister Shri Raj Kumar Singh, Minister of State (IC) forÂ Power and NewÂ & Renewable Energy, will be inaugurating the conference. ISGW 2018 will bring together India's leading electricity, gas and water utilities, policy makers, regulators, investors and world's top-notch smart energy experts and researchers to discuss trends, share best practices and showcase next generation technologies and products in smart energy and smart cities domains. ISGW 2018 will include plenaries, interactive workshops, roundtables of domain experts, keynotes, and technical sessions. More than 35 international organisations and think-tanks have already confirmed their support to the event.
The event is planned to project India as a top investment destination for smart energy and smart cities and create opportunities for key decision makers in utilities. It will also provide platform to interact with policy makers and regulators and global experts who have had hands-on experience in smart energy projects. During the event more than 50 technology companies from India and overseas will be exhibiting latest products and solutions.
About India Smart Grid Forum
ISGF is a public private partnership initiative of Govt. of India with the mandate of accelerating smart grid deployments across the country. With 170+ members comprising of ministries, utilities, technology providers, academia and research, ISGF has evolved as a think-tank of global repute on smart energy and smart cities. Mandate of ISGF is to advise government on policies and programs for promotion of smart grids in India, work with national and international agencies in standards development and to help utilities, regulators and the industry in technology selection, training and capacity building. ISGF works closely with government institutions such as CEA, CPRI, CERC, NSGM and NCIIPC; ministries such as MNRE, DoT, MoUD, MoHI etc. and other stakeholders like state governments, electric utilities and electricity regulatory commissions. For more information, visit http://www.isgw.in/
India Smart Grid Forum