THE POWER OF GREEN
Construction Week|December 2021
Green Power Summit 2021 saw intelligent and insightful discussions

The inaugural and virtual Green Power Summit 2021 supported by by Construction Week was held on October 28. The idea was to begin looking at a sector that is growing exponentially what with the government’s push for renewable power.

Bibhor Srivastava, MD, ITP Media (India), welcomed the audience and spoke warmly about how sustainability in all aspects is the norm of the day. He also thanked presenting partner Schneider Electric, data and analytics partner Refinitiv, and environment partner EKI Energy Services, for their support.

Ashish Khanna, President, Tata Power, has ambitious plans to help people and the planet in adopting green and renewable energy that will catapult the country and world into a better and more healthy living space. There is ample technology that the company has in its portfolio and projects would do well in imbibing them.

Anil Kadam, Director-EcoStruxure & Cyber Security, Schneider Electric, spoke about ways the company enables a green digital platform for the numerous kinds of renewable projects the country is executing. Using digital twin, it helps operators unlock value and improve operational efficiencies.

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