POWERGEN India and Indian Utility Week announce new virtual and live event dates


Following our announcement in March 2020 to postpone POWERGEN India, Indian Utility Week & DISTRIBUTECH India due to the global outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are now pleased to announce that the events will take place.

  • Virtual / Online: 27-30 January 2021 
  • Physical / In-person: 27-29 October 2021 

Our partners, exhibitors, advisory committee and key stakeholders strongly support our decision to provide a virtual / online event 27-30 January 2021 for the Indian power sector to meet and discuss the challenges and opportunities in the industry during this on-going pandemic.

They are also looking forward to gathering in person on 27-29 October 2021 at IECC, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.

“I am proud to be part of a team sponsoring both the virtual edition in January 2021 and live physical event in October 2021. We’re most excited about the topic of digitalisation for the power sector and discussing various topics and opportunities globally.” – Mr. Animesh Kumar, Regional Director, Uniper.

“I am pleased to learn that the first Virtual Edition of POWERGEN India, Indian Utility Week & DISTRIBUTECH India conference & exhibition is scheduled to be held during 27-30 January 2021. As we know, the world is passing through tough times and the opportunity lies in walking the talk, i.e. adoption of digital means to deliver the message more effectively. I wish the first Virtual event all the success.” – Mr Abhishek Ranjan, AVP, System Operation (ST&ABT), BSES Rajdhani.

“Good to hear the finalization of date of POWERGEN India, Indian Utility Week & DISTRIBUTECH India Event in Jan 2021. I am sure that this virtual event will be a success and provide a great platform for technology discussion and networking.” – Mr Jitendra Nalwaya, Vice President, BSES Yamuna Power.

“POWERGEN India and Indian Utility Week conference has always been great for learning sessions and interaction with the who’s who of the Indian Power Sector. I am sure, the Virtual event which they have planned this time due to the pandemic will be equally rewarding.” – Mr Anish Garg, DGM, Delhi Transco.

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Since the start of the pandemic we have worked together with the industry to help you stay connected via our 365 day a year Digital Series that includes monthly e-newsletters, e-shots, digi-mags, webinars and expert interviews.

More than 3,500 power & energy professionals have joined us for our live and on-demand digital episodes from the likes of NTPC, POSOCO, GETCO, PUVVNL, Powergrid India, BSES Rajdhani, TATA Power, EESL, GAIL, UPPCL, MP Power Transmission Ltd, Sterlite, Deloitte, EY, Intellismart, Trilliant, Thales Group, Exceleron, Fluentgrid and many more.

Building on the success of our Digital Series, our virtual / online event in January 2021 will offer our attendees fantastic opportunities to learn, connect and be inspired in an engaging live setting. Featuring great content via live online strategic Summit and Technical Hub sessions focussing on the latest development regarding the market and new technologies. Whilst helping the Indian power sector to source the best products and services via our Digital Marketplace and Technology Showcases.

Based on the overwhelming success of our virtual events in Africa, USA and Europe this year which included AI matchmaking, live chat functions, 1-2-1 video meetings, online round table discussions, keynote sessions, marketplace listings and many more features we are confident our virtual online POWERGEN India, Indian Utility Week & DISTRIBUTECH India will offer great value for all participants. We hope you will join us! 

The subsequent live physical / in person edition is scheduled to be delivered 27-29 October 2021 to hold at IECC, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, India. Based on the great support from the industry for our plans, we are confident we will deliver a great event for all participants and help shape the future of the Indian power market.