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2nd Edition of India Energy Week Will take place in Goa

Utkarsh Classes 30-01-2024
2nd Edition of India Energy Week Will take place in Goa Summit and Conference 3 min read

The second edition of India Energy Week is scheduled to take place in Goa from 6 to 9 February 2024. Indian Energy Week is a joint initiative of the Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas, the Government of India and the Federation of Indian Petroleum Industry (FIPI).

About India Energy Week

  • India Energy Week is a great opportunity to showcase the latest developments in the energy sector and provide a platform for further growth. 
  • The event hosts two influential conferences - the Strategic Conference and the Technical Conference. 
    • The Strategic Conference will host global energy ministers, CEOs, policymakers and business leaders to discuss the trends shaping the future of energy. 
    • The Technical Conference, on the other hand, will provide technical expertise for engineers, project managers and innovators driving India's energy transition. This conference will focus on cutting-edge research and industry best practices. 
  • The event is expected to welcome over 35,000 attendees, 350 exhibitors, 400 speakers and 4,000+ delegates from over 100 countries. India Energy Week will be truly a global gathering of policymakers, business leaders and energy pioneers who will collaborate, discover new opportunities and strengthen partnerships. 
  • India, world's third-largest energy consumer, is a vanguard in the global energy dialogue. With a thriving economy and a growing population, India stands at the forefront of discussions surrounding the future of energy.

What is Energy?

Energy refers to the ability of a physical system to perform work. It can take different forms, including heat, kinetic or mechanical energy, light, potential energy, electrical energy, and other forms. Work requires Energy.

Energy sources can be categorized as either renewable or nonrenewable.

  • Non-renewable energy comes from coal, oil and natural gas, which are also known as fossil fuels. 
    • These fuels are the result of plants that lived thousands of years ago. Fossil fuels are the most commonly used energy sources today. In fact, India is one of the largest producers and consumers of coal in the world.
  • Renewable energy is derived from natural processes that are regenerated constantly.
    • Examples are hydropower, solar, wind, ocean, biomass, geothermal resources, biofuels and hydrogen.

FAQ

Answer: Goa

Answer: Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas, Government of India, and the Federation of Indian Petroleum Industry (FIPI)

Answer: 2nd

Answer: Solar, wind, ocean, hydropower, biomass, geothermal resources,biofuels and hydrogen
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