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ELECRAMA 2023 displays futuristic technologies

February 19, 2023 9:00 pm

ELECRAMA 2023 displays futuristic technologies

ELECRAMA is the largest standalone event in the electrical and allied equipment industry and the flagship exhibition of the Indian Electrical Industry ecosystem. This 15th edition of ELECRAMA is focusing on future energy sources that are both innovative and sustainable. The exhibition is open for the exhibitors and visitors from 18th to 22nd February, 2023, at India Expo Centre, Greater Noida, Delhi NCR.
The world’s largest electrical show, ELECRAMA 2023, by the IEEMA, got off to an exciting start on February 18, 2023, with a grand opening at the India Expo Mart in Greater Noida. The event’s chief guest was RK Singh, the Union Minister of State (IC) for Power New & Renewable Energy, along with Satish Pai, the Managing Director of Hindalco Industries, Jean Pascal Tricoire, the Global CEO of Schneider Electric, and Rohit Pathak, the President of IEEMA;  Jitendra K Agarwal, chairman of ELECRAMA 2023, Hamza Arsiwala, president-elect of the IEEMA, Sunil Singhvi, vice president of the IEEMA, and Charu Mathur, director general of the IEEMA ,together with several other dignitaries.
RK Singh, Union Minister for Power and New & Renewable Energy, said, “I congratulate IEEMA on kickstarting the ELECRAMA 2023, the 15th edition of world class exhibition of electrical, industrial electronics, and allied industry – with a star-studded inaugural ceremony. In the past 5 years, we have brought great transformational changes in our industry. We are committed to being climate-friendly, and we are aggressively going ahead with our Hon’ble Prime Minister’s belief in ensuring a healthier planet. I am pleased that the focus of ELECRAMA 2023 is on energy transition and future technology, which is in line with the Government of India’s ‘Vision for India@2047’.”
As one of the economies in the world that is expanding the fastest, India aspires to have a 5 trillion dollar economy. When it comes to the nation’s energy needs, electricity plays the largest role. In order to identify upcoming problems and then come up with creative ideas to solve them, ELECRAMA 2023 continues to be essential to the nation.
Rohit Pathak, President of IEEMA, addressed the 15th edition of ELECRAMA 2023 with the following remarks: “We’re privileged to have the presence of the Hon’ble Power Minister and two top industry leaders at ELECRAMA 2023. This decade, and perhaps even this century, belongs to India. The transition to green electricity as the main source of energy has provided us with an excellent opportunity to become self-reliant on energy and to lead the world on some of these new technologies with the scale India provides. Aaj Bharat AatmaNirbhar ho raha hai, aage Vishwa Bharat par Nirbhar hoga (Today, India is becoming self-dependent and, in future, the world will depend on India).”
Given the government’s vision for the industry, IEEMA also matched the objectives of the nation’s future with an industry vision for 2047. Based on the vision, this year’s ELECRAMA focuses on developing a platform to present goods and services in new energies, as well as forums for research and development and innovation in new technologies, in addition to generation, T&D, and building electrical goods. with a focus on supplying high-quality power and finding creative solutions. In order to make India Atmanirbhar, Green, and Energy Independent, ELECRAMA 2023 intends to make a contribution.
Because the new technologies will demand a lot of innovation, IEEMA has developed a startup platform called ElectraVerse Spark that allows users to seamlessly “plug into our world of energy.

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In the last 12 months, we organised 11 roadshows in India and overseas across major electrical industry clusters to identify the hunger for its persistent growth. The next five days is a culmination of the journey and findings which, in turn, has led to such a stupendous response to this year’s ELECRAMA. The 15th edition of the mega event is bolstered with special concurrent events such as eTechNxt, World Utility Summit, ELECTRAVERSE start-up challenge, special presence of women in power, and global CEOs in attendance.
In order to accurately represent the talents and objectives of the Indian electrical industry, ELECRAMA 2023 anticipates more than 700 buyers from 75 countries in RBSM, 15,000 pre-scheduled b2b meetings, and 300 buyers from utilities, railways, defence, real estate, smart cities, and huge PSUs.
Jean Pascal Tricoire, global CEO of Schneider Electric, said, “We, at Schneider Electric, consistently strive to identify future challenges and find probable solutions in our persistent bid to contribute to the electrical industry. Our vision is aligned with India’s future goals as it continues to break new ground in the power sector. As the country’s energy landscape continues to grow, we would continue to support rising India on its exciting journey of electrification and digitisation.”
Satish Pai, Managing Director, Hindalco Industries, said, “At a time when global efforts are being driven to help realise our collective vision of a sustainable future, we must embrace sustainability as a way of life before expecting it to become a way of doing business. As we find new ways of negating uncertainty and future challenges, the coming decade will witness the adoption of numerous innovative, tech-enabled solutions, especially in the field of sustainability, which will allow corporations to implement initiatives in a better and more effective manner. At ELECRAMA 2023, I am expecting exhibitors to showcase their ideas and innovations to contribute towards creating a future roadmap for a sustainable future.”
With this year’s theme of “Reimagine Energy – For Sustainable Future,” the biennial electronics convention will feature the largest public display of industry innovations ever, with more than 1,000 exhibitors from India and abroad taking up 1,10,000 sq m of exhibition space over the course of five days. 3,50,000 people attend the eagerly anticipated event, and there are over 15,000 pre-arranged interactions between buyers and sellers.
Via a series of leadership summits and discussions, the five-day gathering brings together national and international politicians and industry experts to discuss industry challenges, innovations, and business models. The 5th Reverse Buyers Sellers Meet (RBSM) and Domestic Buyers Sellers Meet is the world’s largest gathering of the electricity transmission and distribution communities (DBSM).
The event also emphasises the importance of women in the sector, strengthens electrical infrastructure for businesses, residences, and other buildings, and facilitates talks on the best course of action for fully electrifying railways. At the event, smart-tech solutions such as digital technologies, IoT- and AI-powered electrical systems, and others are on display.
ELECRAMA 2023, which will have been the only industry platform of its kind for 33 years, is backed by the Ministries of New and Renewable Energy, Power, Heavy Industries, Public Enterprises, and Micro, Small, and Medium Businesses. Germany is the initiative’s country partner in its 15th edition, with Uttar Pradesh serving as the host state partner.

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