Renewable Energy India 2019 Expo

Exhibition Name (English): Renewable Energy India 2019 Expo
Exhibition date: September 18th to 20th, 2019
Venue: India Expo Centre Greater Noida
Organizer: UBM India
Supported by: Ministry of Energy of India
India International Renewable Energy Exhibition is the largest international renewable energy exhibition in India and even South Asia. It is organized by UBM’s India Exhibition Company, which has received strong support from the Indian government. The exhibition was founded in 2007. On the basis of maintaining the original characteristics, it has been developed from 2 pavilions in 2008 to 7 pavilions in 2015. In the 2015 exhibition, the exhibition area reached 50,000 square meters. There are 6 national and regional pavilions in the exhibition, including China, the United States, Japan, Canada, Italy and Taiwan. The show is supported by the Ministry of Government of India’s New and Renewable Energy (MNRE), the Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency (IREDA), Andhra Pradesh Renewable Energy Development Corporation (NREDCAP), and the National Wind Energy Association of India ( Niwe), the Indian Energy Forum Support Office (IGEF), the Tamil Nadu Solar Developers Association (TNSEDA) and the Solar Developers Association and the Indian Biogas Association. Because of UBM’s strong cooperation, the exhibition has outstanding effects and broad market prospects, and the economic benefits are very obvious.
Market Introduction:
1. India’s renewable energy generation capacity will increase to approximately 55 GW by the end of 2017; wind power installed capacity will increase to 60 GW by 2022;
2. The goal of the National Solar Energy Plan is to create 100 GW of solar energy by 2022 by creating a good investment environment between domestic and foreign stakeholders, specifying a 40 GW roof, a 40 GW utility scale, and a 20 GW small system;
3. India’s renewable energy sector allows 100% foreign direct investment;
4. Germany provides one-time assistance of 2 billion euros (about 14.22 billion yuan) to develop a clean energy corridor and solar energy project in India;
5. The Asian Development Bank (ADB) will loan $100 million for ACME Solar Energy’s Indian project, which will be used to develop a 200MW utility-scale solar project;
6. In 2016, the Indian rooftop solar PV market is expected to add 700MW new capacity - the total solar power generation will increase by 15%. By September, the cumulative capacity will exceed 1GW, an increase of 300% over the same period last year;