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An overview of the market opportunities in the Electrical Networks and Energy Storage sector in India

Posted on 23 October 2020

An overview of the market opportunities in the Electrical Networks and Energy Storage sector in India

About the event

Is your company working in the energy storage and electrical networks sector in the UK? 

Are you looking to grow your business and export your products to India? Then you’re in the right place.

India is the world’s third largest electricity consumer and producer, and is emerging as one of the fastest-growing markets for electrical networks and advanced energy storage technology. Please join us for an overview of growing opportunities in the market, and to hear from the industry experts who will provide an overview of the policy developments and the market drivers in India.

Many UK firms are already successfully operating in India - find out how the department for international trade can support you in exploring the opportunities the country has to offer. This will also be an opportunity for you to interact with the UK government’s India energy trade specialists for a one-to-one conversation.  


1.    Mr. Shardul Fadnavis , Executive Director – Smart Technologies 
Shardul is an executive director with PwC India leading their smart utilities portfolio in the country and has led on various digital transformation projects focused on smart metering, AMI, meter data management, customer engagement and other building blocks of smart grids. 

2.    Dr. Rahul Walawalkar, President – India Energy Storage Alliance 
Rahul is the President of the India Energy Storage Alliance (IESA) and the managing director of Customized Energy Solutions India Pvt. Ltd. working on the areas of energy storage, renewables, demand response, electric vehicles, and smart grid technologies. 

3.    Ms. Anuradha Beri, Managing Director – Kigg India Pvt. Ltd. 
Anuradha has over 25 years of experience in the power sector and is currently the managing director of Kigg Systems India Pvt. Ltd.  

Event details:

Monday, 9 November 2020 

0930-1100 hrs UK Time / 1500-1630 hrs IST

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