The 12th edition of Renewable Energy India Expo (REI), hosted by UBM India, India’s leading exhibitions’ organiser, is all set to come back in a magnificient way this year with the presence of leading international stakeholders and experts. The expo is scheduled between 18th to 20th September 2018 at the India Expo Center, Greater Noida.
Under its aegis, a contingent of top experts/companies from the EU will make their esteemed presence felt at REI. They are partnering with REI for EU Business Matchmaking Pavilion, Technical Seminars, Launch of EU-India Strategic Partnership for Implementation of Paris Agreement (SPIPA), GIZ and more.
The REI expo will present a power packed three-day conference themed ‘Accelerating Momentum…From Ambition to Action’, encompassing knowledge -rich sessions, workshops and panel discussions by reputed global and local bodies such as International Solar Alliance ( ISA ), European Union, Bloomberg New Energy Finance, Bridge to India, World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD), Indo-German Energy Forum, APVIA (Asian Photovoltaic Industry Association), TFE Consulting GmbH, pv magazine, IBA and GBA (Indian Biogas association and German Biogas association)
The expo will also hold a closed-door CEO conclave and Finance Leadership Forum , whereby the top most CEOs CFOs from India and overseas come together to deliberate and discuss about the future of the RE- Sector.
Speaking at the press briefing of REI, Mr. Yogesh Mudras, Managing Director, UBM India said, “The REI expo is a canopy with multiple country participation that provides attendees much more levy to network, develop the knowledge landscape, engage in a balanced technology mix, and conduct business, all of which potentially leads to investments, and MOUs. This year, we are approaching renewables in a more holistic manner, with due consideration to wind, hydropower and biomass along with solar energy. Through REI, we will also focus on the latest trends in energy storage, e-mobility, data analytics and IoT, all of which are set to revolutionise the mechanism of this sector. ”