Omnimedia Group is an International Publishing Company with leading technical magazines in Energy, Construction, Tourism, Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences Industries, headquartered in Madrid, Spain with international activities for more than a decade.
Energetica India magazine is published 8 times in a year, of which energetica-india.net is the online website, preferred by the Industry Professional on a global scale.
We have a reputation for providing excellent market information and a unique focus on the relevant technical, scientific and business happenings; our publications are an appreciated tool for industry decision makers from all over the world.
The advanced media platforms of our company allow an overall presence through conventional channels as the printed magazines, and also alongside strong worldwide online distribution through our regularly updated databases.
Our magazines provide in-depth information on energy industry and we are considered as an indispensable source of information for decision makers.
It is a trade publication launched for the Renewable & Conventional Power Generation in January 2009 for India. Energetica is currently printed and distributed to 20,432 energy professionals after each issue. We are read online by more than 2,00,000 energy experts.
Energetica India concentrates on covering the Renewable & Conventional Power Generation news with its unique, technology-focused reporting, up to date technological trends and the worldwide market reach.
Energetica magazine India is the sister concern website to Energetica USA, Energetica Spain, and Energetica Latin America.
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