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Future of Coal Based Power Generation in India

26 Sep 2017 - 26 Sep 2017
Hotel Claridges, New Delhi

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Samreen Jamal
Phone: 0120 – 6799171
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26 Sep 2017
Future of Coal Based Power Generation in India
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CEA has stated in the draft National Electricity Plan that no new coal based power plants are required in the country at least till 2027, other than the 50 GW under-construction capacity. At the same time, NITI Aayog in its draft National Energy Policy has estimated the coal based power generation capacity to go up to more than 330-441 GW by 2040. The country’s peak power demand is projected to grow to 235 GW in FY 2021-22 from 159 GW in FY 2016-17 at a CAGR of 8%. However, this estimate is 17% lower than the projections made in the year 2012.

Low power demand from the State Distribution Companies will mean that there is no need for new coal based power plants in the country up to 2027, thereby making it easier for the country to fulfill its Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDC) under the Paris Agreement. India’s INDC commitments include reduction in the emissions intensity of its GDP by 33 to 35 per cent by 2030 from 2005 level and to create an additional carbon sink of 2.5 to 3 billion tones of CO2 equivalent through additional forest and tree cover by 2030.

The rapidly evolving power scenario presents a need to bring the various stakeholders under a single umbrella and deliberate on the topic “Future of Coal Based Power Generation in India” which will help in easing the uncertainty in the minds of Project Developers, EPC Contractors and Financial Institutions regarding the future of coal based power plants in the country, prevailing low PLF of the power plants and the likely power scenario in 2030.

Key Highlights:

• Key Trends and Developments in the sector

• CEA’S Draft National Electricity Plan – Key Highlights

• Utilities and the Industry perspective on the future of coal based power plants

• What would be the impact of India’s INDC commitments on coal based power generation in the country?

• How do financiers view the recent developments in the sector?

• What is the outlook of equipment manufacturers in the wake of recent distress bids in the thermal sector space?

• Opportunity to interact with Industry leaders & Stakeholders of the Power Sector

• Key technological improvements in the sector

Day 1
26 September 2017
Registration :

08:30 - 09:30


26 September 2017
Welcome Note from Infraline Energy :

09:30-09:40

Aishwani Dhar, Principal Advisor, Infraline Energy


26 September 2017
Keynote Perspective : Key Trends and Developments in the sector

09:40-09:55

Ravindra Kumar Verma, Chairperson, CEA


26 September 2017
Keynote Perspective : Coal Production and Import of Coal

09:55-10:10

Alok Perti, Chairman, Coal Preparation Society of India and Former Secretary, Ministry of Coal, Government of India


26 September 2017
Coffee Break :

10:10-10:25


26 September 2017
Technical Session 01: Power Demand and Supply Scenario : Is India really power surplus?

10:25-10:40

V.S Verma, Former member CERC , CEA & Director General BEE , Distinguished professor, CPRI, Prof ( adjunct) IIT Kanpur


26 September 2017
Power Generation Future – Dealing with Uncertainties : Power Generation Future – Dealing with Uncertainties

10:40-10:55

Piyush Goyal, Head ( Corporate Advocacy) TATA Power & Chief Commercial Officer at TPJDL


26 September 2017
What would be the future role of coal import in power generation? :

10:55-11:10


26 September 2017
Technical Session 02: Coal Based Power Plants in India - Key Concerns and Future Opportunities : Role of coal based power plants in a developing economy

11:10-11:25

Kapil Mantri, Head - Corporate Strategy & Business Development, Jindal Steel & Power Ltd.


26 September 2017
CEA’S Draft National Electricity Plan – Key Highlights :

11:25-11:40

Pankaj Batra, Member (Planning), Central Electricity Authority


26 September 2017
Impact of the Paris Agreement on coal based power generation :

11:40-11:55

Kirit Parikh, Former Member, Planning Commission, Government of India


26 September 2017
Technical Session 03: Sectoral Developments : Financiers perspective on coal based power generation- Issues and challenges?

11:55-12:10

Shatanshu Agrawal, Associate Director, KPMG


26 September 2017
Future market opportunities for coal based power plant developers :

12:10-12:25

Dr. S.C Sharma, Formerly Officer on special duty (Energy), Government of India


26 September 2017
Future of coal based power generation and their current challenges in sourcing Thermal coal :

12:25-12:40

Sudhir Agrawal, Group Head Central Coal Procurement and Head Projects, Vedanta Limited


26 September 2017
Questionnaire Round :

12:40-13:00


26 September 2017
Lunch Break :

13:00-14:00


26 September 2017
Technical Session 04: Stranded Manufacturing Capacity - Equipment Manufacturers Perspective : Key issues and challenges faced by the power sector equipment manufacturers

14:00-14:15

Pradip Dhir, Director – Sales & Operations, LJUNGSTROM India


26 September 2017
: Stranded manufacturing capacity in the country and how they can be utilized?

14:15-14:30

Sandeep Chittora, Advisory expert - steam turbine performance, Siemens India Ltd


26 September 2017
Technical Session 05: Technological Developments and Trends : Renewable and Coal based Power Generation- Synergies and Strategies

14:30-14:45

Shirish Garud, Director and Senior Fellow, TERI


26 September 2017
Benefits arising out of Ultra Supercritical Technology – in terms of Tariff, Capital and Environment :

14:45-15:00

S.D. Prasad, General Manager, NTPC


26 September 2017
The futuristic integrated power plants with pollutants sequestered / neutralized at source :

15:00-15:15

Vivek Taneja, Business Head – New Intiatives ( Power), Thermax Global


26 September 2017
Questionnaire Round :

15:15-15:30


26 September 2017
PANEL DISCUSSION : Way ahead for Coal Based Power Generation in India

15:30-16:00

Alok Perti, Chairman, Coal Preparation Society of India and Former Secretary, Ministry of Coal, Government of India
Dr. S.C Sharma, Formerly Officer on special duty (Energy), Government of India
Shirish Garud, Director and Senior Fellow, TERI
Sudhir Agrawal, Group Head Central Coal Procurement and Head Projects, Vedanta Limited


26 September 2017
Vote of Thanks :

16:00-16:15


26 September 2017
Closing Ceremony/Group Photo :

16:15-16:30


26 September 2017
Concluding Tea/Coffee :

16:30-17:00


V.K Saraswat
Member,NITI Aayog
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Ravindra Kumar Verma
Chairperson,Central Electricity Authority
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Alok Perti
The Chairman, Coal Preparation Society of India and Former,Secretary, Ministry of Coal, Government of India
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Kirit Parikh
Former Member,Planning Commission, Government of India
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Pankaj Batra
Office of Member (Planning),Central Electricity Authority
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Dr. S.C. Sharma
Formerly Officer on special duty (Energy),,Government of India
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Virendra Singh Verma
Former member CERC, CEA & BEE, Distinguished professor, CPRI, Prof( adjunct) IIT kanpur,
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Shirish Garud
Director and Senior Fellow ,TERI
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Sudhir Agrawal
Group Head Central Coal Procurement and Head Projects,Vedanta Limited
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Pradip Dhir
Director – Sales & Operations,LJUNGSTRÖM India
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Piyush Goyal
Head (Corporate Advocacy), Chief Commercial Officer ,TATA Power & TPJDL
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Kapil Mantri
Head - Corporate Strategy and Business Development,Jindal Steel & Power Ltd.
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Sandeep Chittora
Advisory expert - steam turbine performance,Siemens India Ltd
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S.D. Prasad
General Manager- Fuel Management,NTPC
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Vivek Taneja
Business Head – New Intiatives ( Power) ,Thermax Global
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