Digielec Bharat 2021 expo to showcase new technology & demand trends in Indian electrical industry
Digielec Bharat 2021, a virtual exhibition for showcasing the capabilities of Indian electrical industry in the global marketplace conducted by IEEMA (Indian Electrical & Electronics Manufacturers’ Association), will be spread over 7 days with 10,000+ visitors, 100+ buyers, 60+ participating companies, 50+ eminent speakers and 7 conference sessions. Being a virtual exhibition, Digielec Bharat will technically be open throughout the duration of the show i.e. from 20th – 26th October.
Firsts @ Digielec Bharat:
- DigiBazaar – An online marketplace where sellers can list products online for sale or generate bulk enquiries.
- One-to-One Buyer Seller Meetings with pre-identified and on boarded buyers representing new focus segments: Railways, Metro Rail, Utilities and EPC T&D companies.
Vipul Ray, President, IEEMA expressed, “India has committed to net zero carbon content by 2050. What it means for the industry and the business opportunities that it provides, will be discussed and put on the table for the first time. The electrical industry has the capability of meeting the sourcing requirements of the Electric Vehicles ecosystem. Eminent experts shall discuss the emerging business opportunities in the EV Supply Chain; EV Charging Infrastructure, Green Hydrogen and Energy Storage.”
Vijay Karia, Chairman, Digielec Bharat articulated, “The world is changing. The business and the mode of doing business is changing, and most importantly technologies are changing. We want to bring about this realisation into the minds of the Indian electrical industry, where they need to upgrade their products to match international standards, and meet up with the expectations of newer demands and upgraded technologies. We are seeing the huge advent of electric vehicles and therefore requirement for electric charging stations, apart from the electrical components of the vehicles. Most companies are focusing on renewable energies and are moving away from fossil fuels. The climate change across the world has led to a realisation that we no longer can afford to emit Carbon into the air, as this will be a disaster for the world. Digielec showcases future trends like Green Hydrogen, e-Mobility, EV Charging technology.”
Charu Mathur, DG, IEEMA stated, “There are so many companies around the world wanting to set up their manufacturing facility in India. This exhibition will give them that platform to converge and invest in India.”
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