The 2010 edition of ‘Transmission, Distribution & Metering India’- a conference & exhibition series focussing on issues in the power transmission, distribution & metering industry, will be held @ November 10- 11, 2010, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi, INDIA.
The Conference will have special focus on enabling Smart Grid & Smart Metering and Digital Technology in Power Sector- ‘Convergence of IT, Automation, Control & Communication’.
The Indian power industry is expected to undergo a paradigm change, fueled by marketplace forces and legislative & regulatory activities.
One of the major challenges is in the efficient transmission, distribution, and metering of power, which is one of the most loss-making components of the power sector.
Due to the power sector’s ongoing reform and uninterrupted policy focus, these segments have assumed centrestage, and the transmission and distribution segments are preparing for unprecedented investments.
In that context, the ‘Transmission, Distribution & Metering India’ conference offers a unique platform to learn, discuss and exchange experience about the major structural, technical, managerial & regulatory changes, and the many business opportunities which will spring up – in the power transmission & distribution segment.
Ideal occasion to review industry trends, explore business opportunities and meet, interact & network with policy planners, business associates & prospective clients committed to best practices in the transmission, distribution and metering business
Informative & innovative conference sessions to showcase contributions, advancement, technologies and opportunities available
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Participation expected from the entire stakeholder community
Participating oprganisations in previous events included A2Z Group, ABPS Infrastructure Advisory, Alcatel Lucent, Analog Devices India, Analogics Tech, Avon Meters, Bentec Electricals, BPL Telecom, Capgemini India, Capital Meters, Central Power Research Institute, CDAC, CESC, Connect M, Conzerv Systems, Crompton Greaves, Dakshin Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam, Dakshinanchal Vidyut Vitran Nigam, Datagen Power Systems, E&Y, Easun Reyrolle, Easun Reyrolle, ECE Industries, ERDA, GE Energy, Genus Power Infrastructures, Global Energy Consulting Engineers, HCL Infosystems, Himachal Pradesh State Electricity Board, HPL- Socomec, IBM, ICSA (India), IEEMA, IIT Roorkee, Industrial Controls & Drives, Infosys, Iskaemeco Seahorse, Jamshedpur Utilities & Services Company, Kalki Communication Technologies, Karnataka Power Corporation, KEMA Consulting, KLG Systel, Landis Gyr, Larsen & Toubro Infotech, Larsen & Toubro, Leo Integrated Technologies, Madhya Pradesh Madhya Kshetra Vidyut Vitran Company, Madhya Pradesh Transmission Company, Maharashtra State Distribution Company, Nortex Marketing, North Delhi Power, NXP Semiconductors India, Omne Agate, Oracle India, Paschimanchal Vidyut Vitran Nigam, PGCIL, PTC, Punjab State Electricity Board, Raychem RPG, Reliance Energy, Satyam Computer Services, Secure Meters, Siemens Information Systems, Siemens, Skipper Electricals, SunTec Business Solutions, Tamilnadu Electricity Board, Tata Consultancy Services, Tata Power Company, Tata Teleservices, TCE Consulting Engineers, Teracom, TTL, U P Power Corporation, Wavecom APAC, West Bengal State Electricity Distribution Company amongst many others
Topics for Discussion:
- Policy & Regulatory Framework, New Initiatives- Reforms, Restructuring, RAPDRP, RGGVY, India Smart Grid Forum, Smart Grid Task Force etc
- Assessment of Power and Energy Demand
- Action Plan for Transmission & Distribution System Modernization and Technical & Commercial Loss Reduction & Management
- Technology Up-gradation Simultaneously with Innovative Management Strategy & Administrative Methods
- Transmission & Distribution Automation: Trends & Developments
- Digital Technology in Power Sector- ‘Convergence of IT, Automation, Control & Communication’
- Developments to Improve Grid & Network Reliability, Connectivity, Capacity & Efficiency: Improving the Security of Supply with Best Practices in a Dynamic Utility Market Environment
- Grid Maintenance & Increasing the Life Cycle of Existing Grids to Avoid High Replacement Costs of New Systems
- Demand Side Management and Energy Efficiency
- Infrastructure Investment: Financing for Future Power Needs and Finance-To-Cost of Connecting Renewable Energy Sources onto Existing Distribution Lines
- Regional Integration- Bridging the Power Gap- Installing Sophisticated Interconnection Systems to Transmit Power
- Open Access, Power Trading, Energy Exchange, Tariff Flexibility Depending on Demand and Peak Time Flow.
Further information about the event, including topics, agenda, speakers and list of participating companies, will be updated regularly on the conference website- www.IndiaCore.com
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