India sets new benchmarks for Energy Storage at Energy Storage India 2017 - reports IESA.

Addressing the larger issues, challenges, emerging trends and wide array of opportunities for Energy Storage, Micro-grids and Electric Vehicle solutions in India Energy Storage India (ESI) 2018 today started with a big bang. Shri Suresh Prabhu, Minister of Commerce & Industry of India delivered a special welcome address emphasizing need for Energy Storage for greener, cleaner and more stable grid in India.

ESI 2018 is organized by India Energy Storage Alliance and is supported by Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, Ministry of science and technology, Government bodies including Invest India, Start-up India, Skill Council and other industry pioneers such as Fluence, EnerBlu and Delta Electronics.  ESI 2018 showcases new avenues, ideas, and advanced technologies in Energy Storage space to implement the awaited National Energy Storage mission. This event opened new doors to accelerate Make in India, EV transformation and much anticipated dream of electricity to all by developing the country as a global manufacturing hub for advance energy storage technologies.

Addressing ESI 2018, Honourable Minister of Commerce & Industry, Shri Suresh Prabhu said,

“Energy storage can change the dynamics of energy profile of the world and thus energy storage is a critical component in global energy strategy. We should be the leaders, we should invest in R&D.” He encouraged participants to work together globally for R&D considering local needs. He hoped that ESI 2018 will help in addressing various issues related to energy storage ecosystem.

Mr. RV Deshpande, Minister of Large and Medium Scale Industries and Infrastructure Development, Govt. of Karnataka (First state to release electric vehicle and energy storage policy in India) was the keynote speaker for electric vehicle session. Other eminent dignitaries including Pankaj Batra, Member, Planning, CEA, Reji Pillai, President, India Smart Grid Forum, Karthick Athmanathan, Head-EV & eMobility, Ashok Leyland, Daniel Elliot, President & CEO, EnerBlu and Ajay Goel, COO, Sun Mobility, shared their valuable insights on the critical role of energy storage infrastructure in mass scale shift to electrification of Indian railways and electric vehicles (EVs). Addressed by Saurabh Kumar, MD, EESL, Naveen Munjal, MD, Hero Electric, Anil 

Energy Storage | News published on 11/01/2018 by Rashmi Nargundkar

 
 
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