3rd Annual Conference on Hydro Power in India on 24th April in New Delhi

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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 …

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.

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  • 1. Sponsorship Opportunities Available 24th April, 2014 Hotel Le-Meridien, New Delhi 3rd Annual Conference on Hydro Power in India: The Bottlenecks Hear from the people who really know the business Media Partner The Complete Energy Sector Magazine for Policy and Decision Makers Avail Early Bird Discount Till April 14th , 2014
  • 2. Background Hydro power generation presently constitutes only 16 percent of the total installed power capacity in India and the current hydro- thermal mix stands at 20:80 which is a far cry from the preferred mix of 40:60 as given in the Hydro Power Policy, 2008. Of the total estimated 1,45,320 MW of hydro potential, India has so far tapped only 28 per cent and the current installed hydro capacity stands at 40195 MW. Around 76,439.mw hydro capacity projects have been approved, of which implementation has started on20 per cent only. The slow pace of capacity additions is further corroborated by the fact that even though around 37,081 mw of hydro-electric schemes were concurred by CEA since 2002-03, 68 percent of these projects are yet to take off. There are therefore, serious issues with development of hydro power projects involving large number of stakeholders. The slow pace of capacity addition can be attributed to various issues and challenges like resistance against Land acquisition is the sector experiencing financing problems as well Environment &forest clearances, Resettlement &rehabilitation problems, Law &order problem etc. The situation has been further impacted by various important ecological issues raised post the Uttarakhand disaster. It had been highlighted that chaotic and unplanned process of development had created fragility and coupled with global warming induced climate change occurrences could have eventually contributed to such disaster Such incidents make it very clear that we simply cannot ignore the environment and social impact of hydro projects coming up in hilly/mountainous terrains across the country. There is an inevitable need for a more credible environment and social impact assessment for development of hydro projects. In a developing country like India, as the need for environment sustainability increases, so does the demand for power to fuel the economic growth in the country. In order to address the increasing demand for power, the 11th FYP plan witnessed massive strides of capacity addition particularly in thermal generation. However, there is a need for hydro-electric generation projects in order to maintain grid stability. Hydro power stations, unlike thermal stations, have versatile operating characteristics such as instantaneous starting, stopping, and operating at various loads etc. which aid in maintaining power stability. The inability of thermal power stations to back down in off peak periods can result in dangerously high frequencies resulting in a grid collapse as well damage to plant equipment. 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. For Conference Updates & Online Registration please visit: http://infraline.com/Events About Us InfralineEnergy organises conferences in the areas of Power, Oil & Gas, Coal, Legal, Infrastructure and Renewable Energy. Our conferences have been far reaching successes and have received rave reviews. Schedules are adhered to and there is adequate time for discussion. A lot of emphasis is given to time devoted for networking and business opportunities. We are also an accredited premier service provider of critical business information, industry databases, business intelligence and related services in the Energy Sector. The company offers various reports and online databases for sectors like Coal, Oil & Gas, Power, Upstream and Renewable Energy. Few of our previous speakers Mr. Gurdial Singh, President - Hydro Energyinfratech Mr. AB Giri, CEO - Hydro, Moser Baer Sh. I A Khan, Advisor - Energy, Planning Commission Dr. P Saxena, Advisor, Ministry of New and Renewable Energy MM Madan, Director - Hydel. GVK Alaknanda Hydro Power Project Mr. DP Goyal, Director, Jaiprakash Ventures Mr. Arun Sharma, President, Himalaya Power Producers Association Mr. Partha Sen, Deputy Chief - Finance, Central Electricity Regulatory Commission Mr. Satish Kumar Sharma, VP - HydroPower, Moser Baer Projects Pvt. Ltd. PREVIOUS PARTICIPANTS Alstom, Altair Industrial Technologies, Alternate Hydro Energy Centre, Angelique International Ltd, BHEL, Central Electrical Authority, CERC, CLP India Pvt Ltd, Damodar Valley Corporation, Geo Consultant, Govt of HP, GVK Technical and Engineering Services, HCC Infrastructure Company Ltd, Himalayan Green Energy, Himalayan Power Producers Association, Hindustan Construction Company Ltd, Hochtief Concessions India Pvt Ltd, Hydro Vision GmbH, Jaypee Hydro, Meenakshi Energy Pvt Ltd, Morgan Stanley, MNRE, Moserbaer, NHPC, Om Metals Infraprojects Ltd, RS Envirolinks, Shapoorji Pallonji, Siemens Ltd, Strategic Consulting Group, Tractebal Engineering, TVHPP-NTPC Ltd, Wapcos and lot more. 3rd Annual Conference on Hydro Power in India: The Bottlenecks
  • 3. For Conference Updates & Online Registration please visit: http://infraline.com/Events Conference on HR in Power Utilities August, 2012, New Delhi Session 1: Inaugural Session • Overview of the hydro power sector in India: Potential, past trend, current status and future outlook • Hydro’s role in Power Supply and Load Management- Is the declining share of hydro in power sector a major cause of worry? Is Hydro the best option for peak loads management? • New Challenges from Environmental and Social Impacts. Session 2: Regulatory, Policy and Commercial aspects • Why hydro capacity additions are lagging in India? The economic impact of slippages. • New Policy and reforms needed to create an enabling environment for making Hydropower Project an attractive investment • Financing Hydro Projects- Non – Availability of long term finance, Need for innovative finance schemes, Better insurance/Risk coverage, Mismatch of Loan Tenor and Asset Life • Policy Framework like peaking power policy to manage the emerging load patterns. Session 3: Impact of new Legislation and Statutory clearance on Hydro power development • New land acquisition, rehabilitation and resettlement legislation – the pros, cons and its impact on stakeholders and project developers • Potential Impact of provisions in Companies Act, 2013 - Will mandatory spending on CSR create more favorable environment for stakeholder’s management? • Growing concerns for ecological impacts of hydro projects- what policy and regulatory changes are needed to address these. • Need for a more efficient model for granting statutory approvals? Few Global Best Practices. Session 4: Technological Advancements in Hydro Sector and Project Management. • Technological developments in investigation of hydro projects and application of GIS/GPS in river inflow / discharge measurement, flood forecasting • What are the impacts of tunneling in geologically fragile landscapes? What are the industry best practices? • Technological advancements - Turbine flow and Sedimentary Management, Safety of Dam and gates, solving problems due to silt erosion • Real-time Issues and Challenges faced by developers in Project Management – recommended solutions Session 5: Panel Discussion • What Three Bottlenecks India must remove to derive full benefits from its hydro resources? Agenda For Conference Updates & Online Registration please visit: http://infraline.com/Events • Regulators and Policy Makers • Power Plant Owners & Operators • Equipment and Service Providers • Technology Providers • Consulting Firms • EPC Contractors • Engineering Companies • Turbine Generator Suppliers • Govt Organisations • Banks and Financial Institution A MUST ATTEND FOR 24th April, 2014 Hotel Le-Meridien, New Delhi
  • 4. Contact Details Sameer Hussaini, InfralineEnergy 14th Floor, Atmaram House, 1 Tolstoy Marg, New Delhi - 110001 Tel: +91 11 66250002 (D), 9999342832, Fax: +91 11 46250099 Email: conference@infraline.com, sameer.hussaini@infraline.com For payments through Credit Card, please visit: http://infraline.com/onlinepayment Wire transfer instructions are available at: http://infraline.com/wiretransferinstructions.doc  Cheque/DD payable to “Infraline Technologies (India) Pvt. Ltd.” payable at New Delhi.  NEFT/RTGS transfer  Credit / Debit card: Amex Visa Mastercard Card No________________________________________ Expiry Date _________ / _________ Signature _____________ Beneficiary Infraline Technologies (India) Pvt. Ltd. Bank Name ING Vysya Bank Bank Address 23 Barakhamba Road, Narain Manzil, New Delhi 110001 Bank Account No 503011022657 IFSC / NEFT Code VYSA0005030 MICR Code 110064003 Delegate Registration Form Title: Mr./Mrs./Ms (Please use BLOCK LETTERS) First Name : Last Name: Job Title Company Address City Postal Code Email Tel Mobile Fax No of Delegates Participation & Sponsorship Matrix Association Details Special Offer for Past Attendees Have you attended our previous conferences on Power Sector? If Yes, get a complimentary pass for this conference on the deputation of 3 or more delegates from your company. Indian Delegate Foreign Delegates Service Tax Before April 14, 2014* `15,000 $249 12.36% Standard Price `18,000 $299 12.36% The registration fee for State Electricity Boards and their success or units (state-owned Gencos, Transcos and Discoms), regulatory authorities and academic institutions will be `10,000 per participant. There is also a 10% team discount for a group of 3 executives from the same company, 15% discount on a group of 5 and 20% discount on a group of 7 or more. –– * To qualify for discounts, payments must be received latest by April 14, 2014. –– 12.36% Service Tax payable separately. Our PAN No. is AAACI7075E –– The conference is a non-residential programme. –– No two discounts can be clubbed together. Categories Plati- num Gold Silver Host Lunch Del- egate Kit Lan- yard Deleg- tae Companys Logo at Confer- ence Backdrop     × × × Companys Logo on the sponsor Signage    × × × × Corporate Brochure in Delegate Kit    ×  × × Complementary Delegate Pass 6 5 4 3 2 2 × Delegate Passes to Invite other Clients/Vendors   × × × × × Interview in Infraline Plus       × Distribute Giveaways to participants   × × × × × Advertisement in Post Show Coverage       × Companys Logo on Home Page of Infraline Energy       × Companies Profile & Advertisement in Infraline Plus  × × × × × × Host Lunch × × ×  × × × Companys Logo on Delegate lanyard × × × × ×  × Presentation     × × × Companys Profile on Sponsor page on the website       × Daily Updates in Newslet- ter       × Advertisement in Weekly Newsletter       × Companys Logo in E Brochure       × Stall Space    × × × × Companys Logo on backdrop, Website, Podium, Magazine, Daily Newsletter    × × × × Conference Presentations        Lunch        Delegate Kit        Slots Available 1 3 5 1 1 1 150 Payment Method NEFT/RTGS Instructions Registration Fee Sponsor the event to Broaden your marketing reach Connect with decision makers and influencers Communicate what you are/ what you do Showcase your company and solutionsBuild your Brand recognition