Event details | Event overview
Date: November 13 – 15, 2013
Time: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Venue: Infosys Limited, No. 350, Hebbal, Electronics City, Mysore 570 027
Speakers: Experts from Ministry of Power, Government of India as well as the following organizations will present at the workshop: Power Grid Corporation of India (POWERGRID), India Smart Grid Forum (ISGF), Central Power Research Institute (CPRI), Microsoft, IBM, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), BSES Yamuna Power Limited (BYPL), etc.
Chairman: N.S. Sodha, Chairman of CIGRE National Study Committee D2 on Information System and Telecommunication; Executive Director, POWERGRID
Members: All members of CIGRE
The workshop provides a three-day open forum platform to all international and domestic professionals from the following organizations / bodies to submit technical papers in the field of smart grids, as well as discuss and exchange information on the latest technology available for effective functioning of the national smart grid project:
Power utilities, corporations, state governments, nodal agencies, energy planners, private entrepreneurs, manufacturers, development consultants, research and academic institutions, construction companies and financial institutions; engineers and managers from large, medium and small scale industries as well as railways, oil and gas industries, petrochemicals, refineries and power plants.
Connect with Infosys
As an extension to our India Business vision of Building Tomorrow’s Nation, Infosys will be participating and hosting the three-day international Colloquium at the Infosys Campus, Mysore.
The participants will get an excellent opportunity to learn about the problems and experience gained with respect to setting up towers, and around testing, commissioning, operation and maintenance of various equipment and transmission line components.
The participants will also have the opportunity to visit the station and have a firsthand experience of this important development.
Prospective participants and authors willing to attend or make presentations at the above Colloquium may register themselves by visiting the Central Board of Irrigation and Power (CBIP) website. Alternatively they can register by sending the following details to the CBIP along with the requisite fee as mentioned in the PDF document below:
Who should attend?
Transmission and substation engineers, generation engineers, system operators, designers, manufacturers, agencies responsible for setting up towers, regulators, research institutions, testing laboratories and universities.
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