Union Power And NRE Minister Recommends IEEMA On Launch Of ELECRAMA 2025

President IEEMA highlighted the significance of ELECRAMA in shaping the industry's trajectory

Indian Electrical & Electronics Manufacturers’ Association (IEEMA), the apex association of manufacturers of electrical and industrial electronics and allied equipment in India, has formally announced the 16th edition of ELECRAMA, the world’s largest electrical show. The show is scheduled to be held in Delhi from 22nd to 26th February, 2025 and the theme is “Reimagining Energy for Sustainable Future”. The event aims to foster dialogue and collaboration towards achieving a greener, more resilient energy ecosystem. ELECRAMA 2025 will host industry leaders, policymakers, and stakeholders to explore cutting-edge innovations, trends, and solutions driving the growth of the sector.

Commending IEEMA on the announcement of ELECRAMA 2025, Union Minister for Power and New & Renewable Energy Shri R. K. Singh said, in a statement: “The government has transformed the power sector from power-deficient to power-sufficient by adding about 200 GW of generation capacity in the past 9 years. We have connected the whole country with a unified grid, capable of transferring 1,16,000 MW from one part of the country to another. All these steps are powering the future of India. ELECRAMA is a reflection of how we are powering the future. I am happy to see the new themes introduced for ELECRAMA 2025. These themes directly support the government’s long-term vision and initiatives with a focus on reimagining energy for sustainable future.”

Speaking at the launch, Chairperson, Central Electricity Authority & Ex-Officio Secretary, Ministry of Power, Government of India, Shri Ghanshyam Prasad said: “ELECRAMA is fully aligned with the industry, and I regard the show as a futuristic one, because it comes at a time when we are embarking on a road of transitioning from conventional to non-conventional energy sources. And the industry is currently facing numerous challenges, including keeping existing technologies while also promoting and demonstrating the presence of new creative solutions and technologies.”

President, IEEMA, Shri Hamza Arsiwala highlighted the significance of ELECRAMA in shaping the industry’s trajectory. “Today, India stands proudly self-reliant, poised to lead the global stage. ELECRAMA 2025 is set to propel our power sector towards an ‘all-electric future.’ Building on the resounding success of ELECRAMA 2023, we anticipate ELECRAMA 2025 to be even more substantial – Bigger. Better. Bolder.”

Adding to this, Vice President, IEEMA, Mr. Vikram Gandotra stated: “ELECRAMA – 2025 promises to be a groundbreaking event, showcasing an impressive array of cutting-edge products and technologies in the realm of new forms of energy, including Green Hydrogen, Digital Energy, Renewables, EV Charging, Energy Storage, Fuel Cell, AI, and IoT. The 16th edition expects business enquiries worth $20 billion, with participants from 100+ countries and 10+ dedicated country pavilions.”

Managing Director & CEO, Schneider Electric India Pvt. Ltd., Shri Deepak Sharma said: “Congratulations to IEEMA team for lifting the curtains about Elecrama 2025, which is a powerful platform to bring Industry leaders and Policy makers together, fostering dialogues, showcasing innovative technologies, and enabling knowledge sharing. It was wonderful to hear the progressive views of industry peers and experts during the event today.”

Minister Counsellor, Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, Stephan Hesselmann; Trade Commissioner, Embassy of France, Eric Fajole and Schneider Electric India committed to be a part of ELECRAMA 2025.

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