April 27, 2015
IWPA (Indian Wind Power Association) is a 1,300 investor member strong Association representing an installed capacity of more than 11,000 MW and is dedicated to the promotion and development of wind power in India. Since its inception, IWPA has worked consistently towards removing barriers to wind power development and creation of an enabling regulatory and policy environment for investments in this sector.
IWPA is an All India Association of stakeholders such as wind power generators, wind turbine manufacturers, component manufacturers like gear boxes, nacelle, tower, wind turbine blades, wind power conditioning systems, wind monitoring masts, logistic providers, consultants, wind forecasting companies, wind farm maintenance companies, generator rewinding companies, manufacturers of wind sensors and data loggers, wind turbine erection companies etc.
IWPA is organizing the 4th International Wind Conference and Exhibition (4th WE20 by 2020) at the CODISSIA Trade Fair Complex, Coimbatore from June 21st to 23rd, 2015. The Theme and Objective of this Conference and Exhibition will be to discuss and prepare the roadmap of what India should do to have 20% grid penetration by year 2020, to be in line with the 60GW target set by MNRE by 2022.
The Conference shall bring together all the stakeholders and aims to create a platform for discussing the issues that this sector has to grapple with and to agree on the actions that needs to be initiated. The deliberations would lead to actionable agenda and serve as a starting point for various initiatives to be undertaken to achieve the said Government of India targets. This Conference and Exhibition would also serve as the launching pad for discussing the relevance of a National Wind Energy Mission in an effort to provide a boost to the domestic industry – “MAKE IN INDIA” to make the cost of delivered wind generated electricity (LCOE - Levelised Cost of Energy) and its integration into the grid infrastructure more economical and commercially viable.
Besides, the conference would offer opportunities for wind industry stakeholders to display their products and services to potential investors and stakeholders from a wide section of the industry.
Wind power projects are spread over 7 States with an installed capacity of 22GW and has a potential in excess of 102GW at 80 m hub height. The virgin off-shore potential is yet to be realized. Renewable technologies are growing as global industries, and if India wants to be in the forefront, we need to compete on a global scale in the renewable power areas. For wind power to achieve its full potential, Governments need to act quickly to address various issues. India today stands among the top five countries of the world in terms of wind energy installed capacity. Wind power is going to play a major role in our energy future.
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Indian Wind Power Association
Door - E, 6th Floor, Shakti Towers-1, No 766, Anna Salai 600 002
Phone: +91 - 44 - 4550 4036
Chennai – 600 002
Tamil Nadu. INDIA