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3rd Thermal Power India 2009 – February 19- 20, 2009 – New Delhi, INDIA

July 11, 2008

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/9835f3/3rd_thermal_power) has announced the addition of the “3rd Thermal Power India 2009″ conference to their offering.

February 19 – 20, 2009 – New Delhi, INDIA

India Core and Council of Power Utilities are pleased to announce the third edition of ‘Thermal Power India’- a conference & exhibition series focussing on issues in the power generation industry covering coal, gas & oil power generation. The Thermal Power India series offers a unique platform to learn, discuss and exchange experience about the major structural, technical,

managerial & regulatory changes and business opportunities in the power generation segment amongst various stakeholders.

To meet the capacity addition target of 78000 MW during 2007-12, massive resources would be required. According to the estimates of Government of India, investments of more than 100 billion dollars would be required in power generation in the next ten years. As such, significant project opportunities are expected in the power generation sector and the interest in the sector is at an all-time high.

Thermal Power India 3 will offer organisations with business interests in the region to play a major role in one of the world’s fastest developing power markets and a premium platform to meet decision-makers, policy planners, business associates & prospective clients.

Conference Highlights:

– Ideal occasion to meet, interact & network with key stake holders committed to best practices in power generation

– Two days full of informative & innovative conference sessions to showcase contributions, advancement, technologies and opportunities available

– Well received series of Conference

– ‘Thermal Power India 1′- held in December 1999 in New Delhi as part of Thermal Centenary celebration in India- was attended by more than 1000 participants from the industry- underlining the event’s importance and its position.

– ‘Thermal Power India 2′- held in December 2007 in New Delhi received overwhelming response and was a sell-out success. It was attended by over 250 senior most stake holders from the power industry, with over 55 key note speakers and papers spread across two days of innovative conference sessions.

– Many more are expected back in 2009 as the industry keeps growing and new opportunities continue to emerge for industry players.

– Prominent Speakers in Thermal Power India 2 included Mr Anil Razdan, Secretary, Ministry of Power; Mr V P Joy, Joint Secretary (Th, IPP, FS), Ministry of Power; Mr H L Bajaj, Member (Technical), Appellate Tribunal for Electricity; Mr T Sankaralingam, CMD, NTPC ; Mr P Abraham, Former Secretary, Power; Mr V Sethuraman, Director (Power), Neyveli Lignite Corporation ; Mr Sunil Verma, Member (E&C), CEA; Mr K V Muthukrishnan, Executive Director- PMG & TS, BHEL; Mr S Padmanaban, Dy Director & Senior Advisor, USAID; Mr Luc Jacquet, MD- South East Asia, EDF; Mr Paul Felten,

Senior Vice-President, AREVA, France; Ms Sunita Kumar, Director- Nuclear Energy Affairs, AREVA etc

– Participation expected from the entire stakeholder community including regulatory & policy making authorities, central power sector organizations, state electricity boards & unbundled companies, private sector utilities, private power producer, IPP, merchant power producer, IT companies, consultants, FIs, equipment mfrs & suppliers, research organisations etc.

Sponsorship Opportunities:

The Conference provides an excellent opportunity for sponsoring & exhibiting companies to raise brand awareness and promote their product/ service to a highly focussed audience besides networking with the participants. A range of sponsorship opportunities are available to gain additional exposure and maximise company’s profile. For sponsorship opportunities and benefits, please contact us.

Participation:

Thermal Power India is the ideal platform to get a full picture of the generation business, whether you are from the utility, private power producer, IPP, merchant power producer, product, research, regulatory, consultancy, service, business or academic sector of the power generation community.

CONTENTS:

Topics Covered

– Electric power scenario

– Gas turbines and their role

– Policy initiatives

– Steam turbine design development

– UMPP ?? Boiler and its auxiliary

– Ultra supercritical power plants

– Coal fired supercritical boiler

– Combined cycle technology

– Residual life assessment, uprating

– Advanced pulverized coal fired power plants

– Renovation and modernization of old power plants

– IGCC for more efficient thermal generation

– Environment management & thermal power generation

– Fluidized bed combustion technology

– Installation of pollution abatement technologies

– Heat recovery operation in parallel combined cycle power plants

– Disposal of ash and emission control

– Fuels for thermal power development in India- coal, lignite, gas & oil

– Carbon trading and carbon sequestration

– Fuel supply management and monitoring system

– Regulations to reduce pollution emissions

– Management and use of coal for combustion ?? Economics and finances

– Fuels of future for thermal generation Project financing

– Clean coal technology, Coal additives

– Power market development & power trading

– Role of IT & automation

– Legal & regulatory framework

– Operation and maintenance of thermal plants

– Proper techno-economic appraisal

– Performance optimisation and energy efficiency

– Development of a multi year tariff frame work

– Turbine and generator

– Logistic challenges

– Sponsorship Opportunities- Electric power scenario

– Gas turbines and their role

– Policy initiatives

– Steam turbine design development

– UMPP ?? Boiler and its auxiliary

– Ultra supercritical power plants

– Coal fired supercritical boiler

– Combined cycle technology

– Residual life assessment, uprating

– Advanced pulverized coal fired power plants

– Renovation and modernization of old power plants

– IGCC for more efficient thermal generation

– Environment management & thermal power generation

– Fluidized bed combustion technology

– Installation of pollution abatement technologies

– Heat recovery operation in parallel combined cycle power plants

– Disposal of ash and emission control

– Fuels for thermal power development in India- coal, lignite, gas & oil

– Carbon trading and carbon sequestration

– Fuel supply management and monitoring system

– Regulations to reduce pollution emissions

– Management and use of coal for combustion ?? Economics and finances

– Fuels of future for thermal generation Project financing

– Clean coal technology, Coal additives

– Power market development & power trading

– Role of IT & automation

– Legal & regulatory framework

– Operation and maintenance of thermal plants

– Proper techno-economic appraisal

– Performance optimisation and energy efficiency

– Development of a multi year tariff frame work

– Turbine and generator

– Logistic challenges

– Sponsorship Opportunities

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