WEC India Energy Dialogues
“WEC India Energy Dialogues”, is a series of short duration focused discussions on critical energy issues. These follow a format of discussions; stakeholders’ meet or workshops. Some of the important dialogues held under this banner include; Stakeholders’ meet on; ‘Energy Storage’, ‘Natural Gas Based Combined Heat and Power & Combined Heat Power and Cooling’(CCHP), Solarisation of Agriculture Pumps’; workshops on ‘Clean Co al technologies’, ‘Performance of Generating Plants (PGP)’, ‘Renewable Energy System Integration(RESI)’, ‘Energy Efficiency Policies & Indicators’, ‘Capacity building workshop for bankers for financing energy efficiency projects’. WEC India facilitates community level deliberations on energy issues.
WEC India’s Heads of Corporate Planners
WEC India’s Heads of Corporate Planners’ Forum (HoCP)- platform for strategy heads of organizations hold discussions on areas of comm on interest, policy issues, long term energy scenario and also exchange information on best practices. Deliberations of this forum have thrown up several ideas for collaboration among organizations.
WEC India Energy Leaders Dialogue
WEC India Energy Leaders’ Dialogue (WIELD) intends to take the discussions of the HoCP forum to the next level, where community of CEOs of Energy sector organizations engage with the Government in an informal setting.
Stakeholders’ Meet on CHP (Combined Heat & Power – Cogen) / CCHP (Combined Cooling, Heat & Power-trigen)
WEC India organized a Stakeholders’ Meet on “CHP (Combined Heat & Power – Cogen) / CCHP (Combined Cooling, Heat & Power-trigen) in Distributed Natural Gas based Generation” on 9th February 2017 at India Habitat Centre, New Delhi, with an objective of developing a shared understanding of the market potential and possible business models such as ‘ESCO model’ and an assessment of such opportunities.
“MOVE”- A GLOBAL MOBILITY SUMMIT
NITI Aayog organised ‘MOVE’ Global Mobility Summit on 7-8 September, 2018 in Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi.
WEC India was associated as Knowledge Partner for the Summit and published a report titled “Zero Emission Vehicles: Towards a Policy Framework”.
The Summit had the participation of Intergovernmental organisations, Global Leaders, international dignitaries, academia, policy think tanks from across the mobility sector. The idea behind organizing the MOVE Summit was to have the Mobility at the centre stage of the entire planning process and to bring the entire ecosystem together to shape the future of Mobility.