UBM India, the leading B2B exhibition organiser announced the third edition of RenewX, a two-day Renewable Energy trade expo slated on 13th and 14th April, 2018 at the Hitex, Hyderabad. Augmented further by the legacy of its flagship Renewable Energy India Expo (REI India), UBM India through RenewX 2018, will provide an industry platform for organizations to capitalize and penetrate into the lucrative South Indian renewable energy market. The expo will witness a congregation of South India’s green economy community to discuss industry trends, challenges and market insights including the Indian regulatory framework.
RenewX 2018 is supported by Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency Ltd., Telangana State Renewable Energy Development Corporation Ltd., (TSREDCO), Electronic Industries Association of Andhra Pradesh, Skill Council for Green Jobs, Indo-German Energy Support Forum, Indo-German Energy Support Forum, TELMA, The Federation of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FTAPCCI) and Indian Biogas Association (IBA).
Bringing together manufacturers, EPCs, distributors and service providers, RenewX 2018 has over 150 participating exhibitors endeavouring to make a difference in the renewable energy domain. These include Renewable Energy Corporation (India) Pvt Ltd., Tata Power Solar, Anchor Electricals Pvt. Ltd. (A Panasonic Group Company), Havells India Ltd., Premier Solar, Phocos India, ORB Energy, Canadian Solar Energy Private Limited, Jinko Solar, Jiangsu Goodwe Power Supply Technology Co.,Ltd, Ginlong (Solis) Technologies Co Ltd., Oriano Clean Energy Private Limited and SolarEdge to name a few. A Telangana State Pavilion, China Country Pavilion and a Start-up Pavilion have also been planned for this edition.
Speaking on the announcement, Mr. Yogesh Mudras, Managing Director, UBM India said, “According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), India will be the fastest growing energy consumer and market by 2040. Accordingly, it has positioned itself distinctively with its target of achieving enough renewable energy projects over the next three years to surpass 200 GW of green capacity. The target has created awareness about renewable energy in the country and will offer massive investment opportunities across the value chain. Telangana, since its establishment has been playing an active role in aggressively supporting solar energy. Other South Indian states are also promoting renewable energy and the region holds promise for the sector with its profitable and favourable government and industrial policies. After two successful editions, we are all set for the third one in Hyderabad that aims to accelerate the growth of Renewable Energy Industry in South India and contribute to the country’s sustainable economic development.”