India Energy Congress

 India Energy Congress(IEC), the flagship event of World Energy Council India (WEC India) is a unique and prestigious apex level energy dialogue platform. It was declared a Joint Event of Ministries of Power, Coal, New & Renewable Energy, Petroleum & Natural Gas, External Affairs and Department of Atomic Energy w.e.f. 6th edition held in 2015. IEC is a unique platform for national and international decision makers, experts across the energy industry to exchange views and share knowledge, expertise and experience.

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India Energy Congress 2018

 The 7th edition of India Energy Congress (IEC) was held on February 01st -02nd, 2018 in New Delhi, on the theme ‘Energy 4.0- Energy Transition towards 2030". Under the theme "Energy 4.0", the 7th edition of IEC assumes greater significance in the context of grand transition in the global energy scenario. The background papers and related presentations discussed during the two day conference can be downloaded from our IEC2018 website (http://indiaenergycongress.in/)

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India Energy Congress 2015

The 6th edition of India Energy Congress (IEC 2015), was organized by World Energy Council India (WEC India) on the theme “Securing India’s Energy Future: Integration and Action” on 28th-29th January, 2015 in New Delhi. This edition of the Congress is particularly significant, as it marks the beginning of the Congress being a joint event of Ministries of Power, Coal, New & Renewable Energy, Petroleum & Natural Gas, External Affairs and Department of Atomic Energy.

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India Energy Congress 2013

The 5th edition of India Energy Congress was held on 7th & 8th February, 2013 in New Delhi on the theme “Securing Tomorrow’s Energy Today: Policy and Regulation”. The Congress looked comprehensively  at the issues of Energy Security in the context of Policy and Regulation. Important issues related to Long term energy security, Sustainable sources of energy, Market transformation in energy efficiency, Resource allocation and pricing ,Challenges in energy financing and Energy access for poor were discussed and deliberated in this two day Congress.

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India Energy Congress 2012

India Energy Congress 2012 was yet another result-oriented event, seeking answers to emerging opportunities in the energy sector. The India Energy Congress looked at emerging opportunities across the sector in a holistic manner. Important issues related to developments in technology, impact on environment, competence & viability, public-private partnership, government policies, available means of funding, etc was discussed and deliberated during this 2-day Congress.

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India Energy Congress 2010

The first India Enegry Congress was held in 2007 on the theme,"Economic, Efficient and Environment-friendly Energy". The next congress held in 2008 had  the theme "Delivering Sustainable Energy Security"."Energy challenges for a sustainable future" was the theme of third edition which was held on 6thand 7th April 2010at hotel The Ashok New Delhi.

Theme: Energy Challenges for a Sustainable Future

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India Energy Congress 2008

The greatest challenge in the 21stcentury is to meet ever increasing needs of industry and society. The Congress explores the deep rooted linkages between existing and emerging concerns facing energy sector, develop & dissipate appropriate strategies and decision making tools that would address these concerns and create awareness of the best practices in energy sector in the fields of technology, management systems and policy on various dimensions of energy. The theme of the congress was appropriately selected as"Delivering Sustainable Energy Security"

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India Energy Congress 2007

The first India Energy Congress was held on the 31st January 2007 at New Delhi. The Chief Guest of the Congress was architect of Expert Committee report on “Integrated Energy Policy”, Dr. Kirit Parikh, Member Planning Commission and it had the unique distinction of participation of following sectoral experts from Ministries sharing the same stage to share their views and deliberate on relevant energy issues.

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