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The power sector is presently fraught with issues of acute coal and gas shortage and peaking shortages as high as 12,159 MW during 2012-13. On macro perspective, the pealing loads will increase as India embarks upon transforming itself to a Manufacturing Hub. All above factors deeply support tapping of hydro resources to maintain the right balance in our power management systems as well as efficiently manage the power loads. InfralineEnergy strongly feels that India must maximize its hydro power generation, keeping sustainability aspects in mind and in case this is not achievable, course correction for other generation modes should be done without delays. Against this backdrop InfralineEnergy is holding its 3rd Annual Conference on Challenges of Hydro power development in the country. The conference aims to bring together cross section of stakeholders, directly and indirectly associated with hydro-electric generation wherein various challenges stalling growth of hydro capacity will be deliberated and many key action points will emerge for their resolution.