4th edition of E3 organized by IEEMA flags off in Kolkata 

IEEMA flags off in Kolkata

The 4th edition of IEEMA Eastern Region flagship event –Energise Empower EastE3 kicked off at Biswa Bangla Convention Centre, Kolkata today. Inaugurated by Reuben Ahimbisibwe, Director, Access and Distribution Dept., Energy Development Corporation, Rwanda, Debasish Banerjee, Managing Director (Distribution), CESC Ltd, Bibhu Bhuyan, Managing Director, Assam Power Generation Corporation Ltd, Sunil Singhvi, President – Elect, IEEMA, Devesh Goel, Chairman, IEEMA Eastern Region & E3, Charu Mathur, Director General, IEEMA, Vikram Gandotra, Vice President, IEEMA and Siddharth Bhutoria, NEC Member, IEEMA along with other delegates.

Over the next three days, companies from Eastern India will conduct focussed business meetings with large number of buyers. They will talk about their projects and technology and procurement requirements. In a significant development, large buyers from the utility and non-Utility sector will also share their procurement plans.

Speaking at the occasion, Sunil Singhvi, President – Elect, IEEMA, ‘E3 is not only an exhibition, it’s a platform for sharing ideas, innovation and business opportunities. The whole world electricity market is transforming and energy transition is taking place and for India, everybody in the world is looking for the opportunities beyond China. He added, this decade belongs to India and this year IEEMA will work to create awareness about the quality, reliability and safety.’

Devesh Goel, Chairman, IEEMA Eastern Region & E3 2024 said, ‘The 4thedition of E3 has many first and unique features, there is power-packed three-day conference along with Buyer Seller Meets.’

E3 is organized by Indian Electrical and Electronics Manufacturers Association (IEEMA), which is the apex industry association of manufacturers of electrical, industrial electronics and allied equipment. The event brings together Electrical Industry, Technocrats, Government, Utilities, New Industry segments like Oil Refineries, Cement, Railways and Steel etc. on the same platform.

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