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24 July 2024, 8:27 AM


KN Linge gowda State president Renuka Prasad former leader , B Suresh Gowda vice president, Chikkalur Krishnappa and Mahadevappa speaking to press at press club in Bengaluru.

Paves the Way for a Sustainable Future

·         Launch edition of The Battery Show India by Informa Markets in India to take place from 4-6 October 2023 at the India Expo Centre, Delhi-NCR, along with the Renewable Energy India Expo

·         An esteemed panel of experts discussed pivotal topics, including the investment climate, accessibility to capital, and their profound impact on the energy sector’s growth during the preview in Bengaluru

·         On its own steam, TBSI is estimated to attract over 200 brands, 8000 trade visitors and 50 speakers including an impressive array of policymakers, decision-makers, influencers, technical experts and professionals

Bengaluru,  September 2023 – Informa Markets in India, the nation’s leading B2B events organiser, is all set to unveil the inaugural edition of The Battery Show India (TBSI), an event poised to redefine the landscape of advanced battery manufacturing within the country. Born from the success stories of The Battery Show in the USA and Europe, the long-awaited debut of the Indian chapter is poised to become the annual go-to event for fostering connections within India’s battery, energy storage, and transportation sectors.

Co-located with the Renewable Energy India (REI) Expo,Asia’s largest and most influential renewable energy event, the expos are scheduled from October 4th to 6th, 2023, at the India Expo Centre in Greater Noida, Delhi-NCR. TBSI offers a valuable crossover with Renewable Energy Sector Stakeholders, extending into the energy storage domain and addressing a key challenge for renewables. The Battery Show India and Renewable Energy India together anticipate attracting approximately 40,000 visitors, fostering a dynamic convergence of industry leaders, innovators, and stakeholders.

The spotlight on the Battery Show India shone brightly today at a strategic press conference at The Park, Bengaluru. The spotlight shone on the pre-eminence of Karnataka as a spirited participant in the upcoming show, with over 12 Premium exhibitors, featuring renowned names such as Siemens, Saint- Gobain, Log 9, Bitrode, Tessorn EV and others, reinforcing the event’s significance.

A distinguished panel of dignitaries graced the event including Mr Ketan Chitnis (Business Head – Advanced Cell, L & T Energy), Mr Pankaj Sharma (Co-Founder, LOG 9 Materials Scientific Pvt Ltd), Mr Vineet Bhatia (Executive Director, Energy and Renewables, Grant Thorton), Mr Ritesh Patterson (General Manager – Performance Plastics and ADFORS, Saint – Gobain), Mr Bhuwan Purohit (Executive Director, Corporate Strategy & Planning, Rubamin Pvt Ltd), Mr Gary Chen (International Business Development Director, Envision Energy), Mr Yogesh Mudras (Managing Director, Informa Markets in India), and Mr Rajneesh Khattar (Senior Group Director, Informa Markets in India).

Speaking at the launch of The Battery Show India, Mr Yogesh Mudras, Managing Director, Informa Markets in India, said,“We are excited to bring The Battery Show to India.  In a market as vibrant and transformative as India, the show will play a pivotal role, coinciding with India’s monumental shift towards clean and sustainable energy solutions.

TBSI will showcase the most recent advancements in battery technology and promote collaborations that will support the growth of the country’s energy storage sector. The market for battery energy storage systems in India is projected to grow at a CAGR of more than 11.20% over the next five years, reaching USD 5.27 billion. We are eager to continue supporting India in its drive towards clean technology initiatives, looking into a future where renewable energy capacity could be in the region of 500 GW by 2030,”he added.

At the exclusive preview today, the panel of dignitaries engaged in a thought-provoking dialogue on pivotal topics, spanning the investment climate, accessibility to capital, and their profound impact on the energy sector’s growth It also delved into the acceleration of electric vehicles (EVs) and the establishment of a robust charging infrastructure. The panel critically assessed the feasibility of attaining the ambitious EV30@30 goal – discerning if it’s an achievable reality or a distant aspiration. Considering evolving business dynamics, participants explored India’s proactive adaptability to ensure sustainable growth within the sector.

Navigating the policy and infrastructure landscape, the discussion dissected points of synergy between Central and State Governments, essential for efficiently realising sector goals. Anticipating a robust response, the attendees acknowledged the transformative potential of innovations in AI, ML, drones, and related fields, envisioning groundbreaking applications.

The future of sustainable energy in India holds boundless promise, and participants can look forward to an exceptional experience at this remarkable expo.

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