Major topics of discussion during the conference will include ways to establish India as a hub for advanced energy storage, electric vehicles, and green hydrogen technology adoption.
India Energy Storage Week (IESW 2023) will be the largest stage for e-mobility and clean energy, with an extraordinary lineup of over 500 national and international organisations, 60+ CXOs from the e-mobility and green hydrogen ecosystems, 100+ start-ups, 50+ women energy leaders, and 8+ ministries. With the G20 presidency being helmed by India, this event is happening at an opportune moment.
This conference focuses on the creation and application of sustainable energy technology at a time when India is aggressively working towards its objectives to attain net-zero carbon emissions by 2070.
Conferences and displays are held at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi over the course of the sixth edition of IESW, which spans five days (May 1–5).
Organised by the India Energy Storage Alliance (IESA), will draw more than 500 organisations from more than 25 nations, including the UK, USA, UAE, Australia, China, Germany, Singapore, France, Italy, and Sri Lanka.
30 thematic conference sessions, six technical forums and workshops, five roundtables, a forum for reverse buyer-sellers, three technical and cultural tours, and more will all be included in IESW 2023. India's clean energy transformation drive is expected to be larger and better than before with over 150 partners and exhibitors, 1000+ delegates, and 10,000+ visitors. The platform will promote EV adoption while showcasing some of the newest goods and innovations from around the world.
Companies engaged in energy storage and cell manufacturing, research and development, renewable integration, energy storage grid applications, electric mobility, microgrids, electrolyser and fuel cell manufacturing, Green Hydrogen, Green Hydrogen plant, Safety, testing, and certification, charging infrastructure, software simulations, logistics, raw materials, and components will participate in the event. There will be a number of sessions where panelists will dwell on areas like advanced energy storage R&D and Innovation, Forum on Battery Recycling and Circular Economy, microgrids For livelihood development, E-mobility and Battery swapping and battery as a service.
According to Dr. Rahul Walawalkar, the founder and president of the India Energy Storage Alliance (IESA), the world must move towards sustainable energy if it is to continue existing. India is leading this transformation. Energy storage technology must be a key component if India is to meet its net zero target by 2070. With approximately 30 businesses building manufacturing facilities for diverse energy storage component parts, there has been a discernible improvement in manufacturing policy in India over the past several years. Stakeholders have a great chance to join together and examine the most recent innovations and best practices in the fields of energy storage, e-mobility, and green hydrogen at the India Energy Storage Week in 2023.
Debi Prasad Dash, Executive Director, IESA, felt that IESW 2023 will produce significant results through discussions and deliberations among business leaders, entrepreneurs, and decision-makers to develop roadmaps for India's energy storage, electric transportation, and green hydrogen. The signing of a sizable number of Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) to support knowledge transfer, bilateral collaborations, new technology development, collaboration, and cooperation between India and major international energy leaders will also take place during IESW 2023.