12th Renewable EnergyIndiaExpo, 2018
Exhibition time: September 18-20, 2018
Venue: New Delhi - Noida Exhibition Center,India
Exhibition period: once a year
Introduction about India:
India is one of the four ancient civilizations, the world's second largest populous country,Indiais one of the BRICS countries, and the fastest growing country in the world. The national flag is the three-color addition. It is geographically located in the South Asian subcontinent, bordered byChina,NepalandBhutanin the northeast,Bangladeshin the northeast, east inMyanmar, southeast acrossSri Lanka, and northwest inPakistan. It faces the Bay of Bengal in the east and the Arabian Sea in the west, with a coastline of 5,560 kilometers. It is generally tropical monsoon climate.
India’s economic growth rate has surpassedChinain 16 years to become the world’s number one, reaching 7.1%, and continues to grow.Indiahas a population of more than 1.2 billion, of which the middle class has a population of about 300 million, which is equivalent to the European population and has a rich cultural heritage. Travel Resources.India's economic industry is diversified, covering agriculture, crafts, textiles and services. Although the two-thirds ofIndia's population still depends directly or indirectly on agriculture, the service industry has grown rapidly and has become increasingly important in recent years. It has become an important exporter of software and financial services in the world.
Indian solar market analysis:
The Indian government's development and promotion of renewable energy technologies is mainly implemented nationwide through the Indian Ministry of Unconventional Energy and the Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency. With the development of the economy,India's energy demand is increasing, and it is the third largest oil consumer in Asia afterChinaandJapan. Due to the serious shortage of energy resources and production inIndia, the dependence on overseas energy is very high. The proportion of imported energy in total domestic consumption is as high as 70%, and it continues to rise. As energy supply pressures increase, ensuring energy security has become a top priority forIndia's foreign strategy.
Solar energy:Indiais one of the solar energy centers. As of December 2016,India's solar power generation totaled 9GW. In 2016,Indiaincreased its solar power generation by 4 GW, the fastest year for solar energy development inIndia. The development trend of solar energy inIndiacan be said to be a typical example of the government taking the lead. Since Prime Minister Modi took office and shouted the goal of 100 GW of solar energy in 2022, the Indian market has turned hot year by year, and in 2016 it has become the top five markets in the world. The Solar Energy Corporation of India (SCEI), which is responsible for a number of Indian solar standards, announced that it will arrange a 2.3 GW bid in the near future.
SCEI has pledged to launch a 5.5GW solar standard; 3 2.3GW of the standard is under planning and will be launched in the near future.India's renewable energy related departments have approved the construction of a 100MW rooftop solar system on the roof of government agencies. In addition, 1.59GW of projects in Tamil Nadu have been under construction, with 1.37GW and 1.16GW respectively in Rajasthan and Gujarat; some projects in Andhra Pradesh have found development sites.
India International Renewable Energy Exhibition is the largest international renewable energy exhibition inIndiaand even South Asia. It is hosted by India Exhibition Company, a subsidiary of UBM, the largest exhibition company inIndia. The exhibition has received strong support from the Indian government. The exhibition was founded in 2007. On the basis of maintaining the original characteristics, it has grown from 2 pavilions in 2008 to 7 pavilions in 12 years. In the 2017 exhibition, the exhibition area has reached more than 60,000 square meters. The show brings together internationally renowned exhibitors, consultants, business experts and key government officials to discuss global best practices in the power and energy industry and to find some of the industry's most pressing solutions. As it is officially hosted, plus UBM's strong cooperation, the nature of the government is very strong, so the exhibition has outstanding effects and broad market prospects, and the economic benefits are very obvious.
Range of exhibition:
1) Solar equipment: solar photovoltaic production equipment, photovoltaic cells, solar modules, photovoltaic related components, photovoltaic raw materials, photovoltaic products, photovoltaic engineering and systems, solar thermal utilization products;
2) Wind energy equipment: wind turbines, parts/materials, project development/operation, wind farm management, installation and transportation, financial investment, testing equipment;
3) Bioenergy: Biomass power generation, biomass fuel, biomass (particle) gasification combustion boiler, biogas technology, forestry biomass energy plant cultivation technology, etc.;
4) Hydrogen or water energy etc