India Electric Vehicles Conclave – 2017

The India Electric Vehicles Conclave – 2017 held on 22 December, 2017 at PHD House, New Delhi was a successful event. It addressed the technical aspects and issues for the growth of E-Vehicles industry in India.

Idam is honoured to be a knowledge partner of PHD Chamber.

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Workshop on ‘Addressing Barriers to Scaling-Up Renewable Energy’

IREF in partnership with Idam and CII had conducted a Workshop on Addressing Barriers to Scaling Up Renewable Energy for Southern regions in Hyderabad on 19 December 2017, at Daspalla Hotel. It comprised sessions on Barriers to Implement Renewable Energy Technologies, Implementation Challenges and Innovative Business Models for Solar Rooftop Deployment. The workshop successfully culminated with active participation and thought-provoking discussions.

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India Electric Vehicles Conclave – 2017

Idam Infrastructure Advisory Private Limited as Knowledge Partner is supporting the PHD Chamber in organising “India Electric Vehicles Conclave – 2017” on 22 December 2017,
09:45 am at PHD House, New Delhi to address the technical aspects and issues for growth of the Electric Vehicles (E-Vehicle) industry in India.

This initiative is an effort to establish the country’s vision to become an E-Vehicle nation by 2030 through mass adoption of E-Vehicles. The platform provides an open discussion on issues such as capacity building, inadequate standards for recycling or disposing batteries, expensive batteries, insufficient E-Vehicle charging infrastructure and connectivity, which requires to be addressed for rapid diffusion of E-Vehicle to 1.3 billion Indian population. The discussion will be supported by a large number of delegates such as auto manufacturers, financial institutions, renewable companies, transport authorities, traffic planners, testing institutions, transport operators, manufacturers, policy makers, information technology (IT) companies and public sector units (PSUs).

India’s ambitious vision to become 100% E-Vehicle nation by 2030 has been envisaged after analysing the key aspects of introducing 10,000 electric buses and 50,000 electric rickshaws, besides pushing for thousands of battery-operated cars and two-wheelers, which will save approximately 9,500 million litres of crude oil.

Workshop on ‘Addressing Barriers to Scaling-Up Renewable Energy’

The Indian Renewable Energy Federation (IREF) in partnership with Idam Infrastructure Advisory Private Limited (Idam) and the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) is organising a Workshop on ‘Addressing Barriers to Scaling-Up Renewable Energy’ on 19 December 2017, at the Daspalla Hotel, Hyderabad. The initiative is supported by Shakti Sustainable Energy Foundation (SSEF).

The proposed workshop in Hyderabad aims to identify the barriers to implement renewable energy technologies in the Southern region and discuss the policy, regulatory and technical issues, both at the Central and State level.

The workshop also aims to identify challenges, avenues for availing finance and discuss business models to promote deployment of solar rooftop systems.

India Electric Vehicles Conclave – 2017

Idam Infrastructure Advisory Private Limited as Knowledge Partner is supporting the PHD Chamber in organising “India Electric Vehicles Conclave – 2017” on 22 December 2017,
09:45 am at PHD House, New Delhi to address the technical aspects and issues for growth of the Electric Vehicles (E-Vehicle) industry in India.

This initiative is an effort to establish the country’s vision to become an E-Vehicle nation by 2030 through mass adoption of E-Vehicles. The platform provides an open discussion on issues such as capacity building, inadequate standards for recycling or disposing batteries, expensive batteries, insufficient E-Vehicle charging infrastructure and connectivity, which requires to be addressed for rapid diffusion of E-Vehicle to 1.3 billion Indian population. The discussion will be supported by a large number of delegates such as auto manufacturers, financial institutions, renewable companies, transport authorities, traffic planners, testing institutions, transport operators, manufacturers, policy makers, information technology (IT) companies and public sector units (PSUs).

India’s ambitious vision to become 100% E-Vehicle nation by 2030 has been envisaged after analysing the key aspects of introducing 10,000 electric buses and 50,000 electric rickshaws, besides pushing for thousands of battery-operated cars and two-wheelers, which will save approximately 9,500 million litres of crude oil.

Enfragy – A Wholly Owned Subsidiary of Idam Infra

Earlier this month, Idam Infra acquired the remaining stake in Enfragy Solutions. With this transaction, Enfragy Solutions has become wholly owned subsidiary of Idam Infra and both entities will operate with seamless management structure. This acquisition will give Idam Infra a unique advantage of national reach with offices in Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata and Hyderabad and seamless operation across all business verticals’ namely Management Consulting, Energy Efficiency, IT Solutions and Geomatics.

Idam Enfragy – Press Release

Idam Infra has acquired majority stake and management control in Kolkata based Enfragy Solutions India Private Limited; an IT, Geomatics and Energy Efficiency Solutions Provider in the energy sector. With this, Enfragy has become part of Idam Group.

Now, Idam Infra will have presence across entire services value chain in the energy sector from management consulting to ground level surveys and mapping; from transaction advisory to project management consultancy and project development, covering energy domain from upstream fuels, generation, transmission, distribution to renewable energy, energy efficiency, sustainability and climate change. With offices at Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata and Hyderabad, Idam Group will have presence in all regions of the country that will be extremely crucial while serving consumers all across the country.

Launch of North East Strategy Forum for Energy Management at Guwahati Assam

The Bengal Chamber of Commerce & Industry (BCC&I) supported by TRA(Tea Research Association) and Williamson Magor Group launched the North East Strategy Forum for Energy Management at Guwahati Assam on 10 April 2015.The event was well attended by representatives both from the government and the industry.

Watt Guru First Anniversary Celebrations

Wattguru.com celebrated its first anniversary on 20 January 2015 with a panel discussion on “Changing Behavior, Enabling Conservation.”The panelists included Dr. Suman Mukherjee (Dean of Bhavans Institute of Management, Kolkata), Mr. Gautam Ray (Executive Director HR and Admin, CESC Limited) and Mr. Reji Kumar Pillai (President, India Smart Grid Forum). At the event Wattguru Calculator and Wattguru Memory Game applications were launched on Google Play Store. Two nationwide competitions (Wattguru Case Study and Wattguru Anthem competition) were also launched through dare2compete.com. The links to the applications and competitions are below:-

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.enfragy.energycalculator&hl=en

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.enfragy.matchgame&hl=en

http://dare2compete.com/competitions/13447/Watt-Guru-Anthem-Competition/Watt-Guru

http://dare2compete.com/competitions/13446/Watt-Guru-Case-Study-Competition/Watt-Guru