Wind Power India 2011
Start Date:07 Apr 11 End Date:09 Apr 11
2011 is the first-of-its-kind international wind event to take place in India. It is the international counterpart of India's coveted national wind event, Wind India, which was launched in 2006 in Pune, India, by the renowned sustainability think-tank, the World Institute of Sustainable Energy (WISE). Following its resounding success, WISE decided to hold the event on a biennial basis, and this gave rise to the second Wind India event in 2008 in Chennai, India.
With India's current cumulative installed capacity reaching 11,800 MW and forecasts by WISE predicting a 5000 MW annual market by 2015, India is being touted as THE current global wind investment destination. In order to bring the global wind fraternity into the realm of this huge and upcoming Indian wind market, WISE has joined hands with two major international stalwarts from the wind arena, namely the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) and the Indian Wind Turbine Manufacturers Association (IWTMA). Together, the three aim to bring the global wind power industry and all associated stakeholders under one single roof, providing the unique opportunity of exploring some of the choicest wind investment opportunities that the Indian wind power sector has to offer.