Asia’s largest green energy gathering at IESW 2023
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Asia’s largest green energy gathering at IESW 2023

India has enormous potential to address the urgent issues of climate change as the G20 leadership and to forge international alliances to hasten the creation and adoption of clean energy solutions. India Energy Storage Alliance (IESA) is getting ready to launch the sixth iteration of India Energy Storage Week (IESW) in an effort to assist India's Net Zero Goal and Clean Energy Transition. In the proud year that India is hosting the G20 summit, IESW 2023 will be a genuinely international event with participation from more than 25 nations, including the UK, USA, UAE, Australia, China, Germany, Singapore, France, Italy, and Sri Lanka. IESW 2023, hailed as one of the most significant Clean Energy events in the world, is packed with possibilities for networking, information exchange, top-tier gatherings, and fascinating insights into the future of energy storage and the transition to clean energy.

IESW 2023 will be the largest stage for e-mobility and clean energy, with an extraordinary lineup of over 500 national and international organisations, more than 60 CXOs from the e-mobility and green hydrogen ecosystem, 100 Start-ups, 50 Women Energy Leaders, and 8 Ministries. The conference and exhibition will take place at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi for five days starting on May 1, 2023.

Dr Rahul Walawalkar, Founder and President, India Energy Storage Alliance (IESA) commenting at the event, said that the world’s transition to sustainable energy is imperative for our planet’s survival, and India is at the forefront of this change. If India wants to achieve its net zero goal by 2070, energy storage technologies will have to play a crucial role. Over the past years, there have been notable advancements in manufacturing policies in India, with nearly 30 companies in the process of establishing manufacturing facilities for various components related to energy storage. The India Energy Storage Week 2023 presents an excellent opportunity for stakeholders to come together and explore the latest technologies and best practices in energy storage, e-mobility, and green hydrogen space.

IESW has received a great deal of support from different government agencies, and secretaries, general secretaries, and representatives from over eight ministries, including the Department of Heavy Industries, the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, the Ministry of Electronic, the Department of Electronic Science and Technology, and the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, are expected to attend.

Debi Prasad Dash, Executive Director, India Energy Storage Alliance (IESA) said that IESA’s, IESW 2023 will bring meaningful outcomes through deliberations and discussions among industry participants, innovators and policymakers to create energy storage, electric mobility and green hydrogen roadmaps for India. IESW 2023 will also witness the signing of a substantial number of MoUs to promote technology transfer, bilateral partnerships, new technology development, collaboration and cooperation between India and various global energy leaders.

30 thematic conference sessions, six technical forums and workshops, five roundtables, a forum for reverse buyer-sellers, three technical and cultural tours, and much more will be available at IESW 2023. India's clean energy transformation drive is expected to be bigger and better than ever with over 150 partners and exhibitors, more than 1000 delegates, and 10,000 visitors. In addition to promoting EV adoption, the platform will showcase some of the newest goods and innovations from around the world. Ashok Thakur, Director of Strategic Initiatives, Customised Energy Solutions (CES) said that India has a very vibrant start-up domain due to the strong support from the government. At IESA, we are focused on bringing all these players on a single platform so that they can connect with industry leaders. IESW 2033 is a unique opportunity to advance India’s position as a global hub for energy storage and to support the country’s ambitious clean energy transmission goals.

From Start-ups to Global Energy Tycoons, Women Energy Leaders to Policy makers, Scholars and think tanks, IESW 2023 is going to grace some of the most prominent names including Ghanshyam Prasad, Chairperson, Central Electricity Authority (CEA), Ministry of Power; Ajay Mathur, Director, General, International Solar Alliance (ISA); Hanif Qureshi, Joint Secretary, DHI, Ministry of Heavy Industries; Sudhendu Sinha, Adviser (Infrastructure Connectivity – Transport and Electric Mobility), NITI Aayog; Vishal Kapoor, Chief Executive Officer, EESL; Dr Sunita Satyapal, Director, US Department of Energy; Vijayanand Samudrala¸ President – New Energy, Amararaja Batteries; Xiaodong Wang, Senior Energy Specialist – East Asia and Pacific (EAP), World Bank; Dr Ashish Lele, Director, CSIR-National Chemical Laboratory; Jeevan Kumar Jethani, Scientist F, MNRE & Executive Director(I/C), AREAS; N Mohan, CEO (Delhi EV Cell), Transport Department, government of NCT of Delhi; Arun Kumar G, Group President & Chief Financial Officer at Ola Group; Bud Collins, VP & GM ABS-ESS Division, American Battery Solutions; Prasanna Patwardhan, Lalit Bohra, Joint Secretary, MNRE; Bharat Reddy, Additional General Manager, Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI); Randheer Singh, Director – Electric Mobility and ACC Program at NITI Aayog; Derek Shah, Senior Vice President, Larsen & Toubro Limited (L&T); V P Yadav, Director, CPCB; SR Narasimhan, Chairman and Managing Director, GRID INDIA; Dinesh Jagdale, Joint Secretary, MNRE and many more. Since 2017, IESA has held IESA Industry Excellence Awards at IESW to honour the tenacity, creativity, and accomplishments of companies involved in India's energy storage industry. Starting this year, the IESA Industry Excellence Awards will also honour outstanding work in the field of the Green Hydrogen Ecosystem.

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India has enormous potential to address the urgent issues of climate change as the G20 leadership and to forge international alliances to hasten the creation and adoption of clean energy solutions. India Energy Storage Alliance (IESA) is getting ready to launch the sixth iteration of India Energy Storage Week (IESW) in an effort to assist India's Net Zero Goal and Clean Energy Transition. In the proud year that India is hosting the G20 summit, IESW 2023 will be a genuinely international event with participation from more than 25 nations, including the UK, USA, UAE, Australia, China, Germany, Singapore, France, Italy, and Sri Lanka. IESW 2023, hailed as one of the most significant Clean Energy events in the world, is packed with possibilities for networking, information exchange, top-tier gatherings, and fascinating insights into the future of energy storage and the transition to clean energy. IESW 2023 will be the largest stage for e-mobility and clean energy, with an extraordinary lineup of over 500 national and international organisations, more than 60 CXOs from the e-mobility and green hydrogen ecosystem, 100 Start-ups, 50 Women Energy Leaders, and 8 Ministries. The conference and exhibition will take place at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi for five days starting on May 1, 2023. Dr Rahul Walawalkar, Founder and President, India Energy Storage Alliance (IESA) commenting at the event, said that the world’s transition to sustainable energy is imperative for our planet’s survival, and India is at the forefront of this change. If India wants to achieve its net zero goal by 2070, energy storage technologies will have to play a crucial role. Over the past years, there have been notable advancements in manufacturing policies in India, with nearly 30 companies in the process of establishing manufacturing facilities for various components related to energy storage. The India Energy Storage Week 2023 presents an excellent opportunity for stakeholders to come together and explore the latest technologies and best practices in energy storage, e-mobility, and green hydrogen space. IESW has received a great deal of support from different government agencies, and secretaries, general secretaries, and representatives from over eight ministries, including the Department of Heavy Industries, the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, the Ministry of Electronic, the Department of Electronic Science and Technology, and the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, are expected to attend. Debi Prasad Dash, Executive Director, India Energy Storage Alliance (IESA) said that IESA’s, IESW 2023 will bring meaningful outcomes through deliberations and discussions among industry participants, innovators and policymakers to create energy storage, electric mobility and green hydrogen roadmaps for India. IESW 2023 will also witness the signing of a substantial number of MoUs to promote technology transfer, bilateral partnerships, new technology development, collaboration and cooperation between India and various global energy leaders. 30 thematic conference sessions, six technical forums and workshops, five roundtables, a forum for reverse buyer-sellers, three technical and cultural tours, and much more will be available at IESW 2023. India's clean energy transformation drive is expected to be bigger and better than ever with over 150 partners and exhibitors, more than 1000 delegates, and 10,000 visitors. In addition to promoting EV adoption, the platform will showcase some of the newest goods and innovations from around the world. Ashok Thakur, Director of Strategic Initiatives, Customised Energy Solutions (CES) said that India has a very vibrant start-up domain due to the strong support from the government. At IESA, we are focused on bringing all these players on a single platform so that they can connect with industry leaders. IESW 2033 is a unique opportunity to advance India’s position as a global hub for energy storage and to support the country’s ambitious clean energy transmission goals. From Start-ups to Global Energy Tycoons, Women Energy Leaders to Policy makers, Scholars and think tanks, IESW 2023 is going to grace some of the most prominent names including Ghanshyam Prasad, Chairperson, Central Electricity Authority (CEA), Ministry of Power; Ajay Mathur, Director, General, International Solar Alliance (ISA); Hanif Qureshi, Joint Secretary, DHI, Ministry of Heavy Industries; Sudhendu Sinha, Adviser (Infrastructure Connectivity – Transport and Electric Mobility), NITI Aayog; Vishal Kapoor, Chief Executive Officer, EESL; Dr Sunita Satyapal, Director, US Department of Energy; Vijayanand Samudrala¸ President – New Energy, Amararaja Batteries; Xiaodong Wang, Senior Energy Specialist – East Asia and Pacific (EAP), World Bank; Dr Ashish Lele, Director, CSIR-National Chemical Laboratory; Jeevan Kumar Jethani, Scientist F, MNRE & Executive Director(I/C), AREAS; N Mohan, CEO (Delhi EV Cell), Transport Department, government of NCT of Delhi; Arun Kumar G, Group President & Chief Financial Officer at Ola Group; Bud Collins, VP & GM ABS-ESS Division, American Battery Solutions; Prasanna Patwardhan, Lalit Bohra, Joint Secretary, MNRE; Bharat Reddy, Additional General Manager, Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI); Randheer Singh, Director – Electric Mobility and ACC Program at NITI Aayog; Derek Shah, Senior Vice President, Larsen & Toubro Limited (L&T); V P Yadav, Director, CPCB; SR Narasimhan, Chairman and Managing Director, GRID INDIA; Dinesh Jagdale, Joint Secretary, MNRE and many more. Since 2017, IESA has held IESA Industry Excellence Awards at IESW to honour the tenacity, creativity, and accomplishments of companies involved in India's energy storage industry. Starting this year, the IESA Industry Excellence Awards will also honour outstanding work in the field of the Green Hydrogen Ecosystem.Also Read PGCIL receives Global Gold Award for their CSR effortsNoida, Greater Noida to set up waste-to-energy plant

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