eConference on Clean Energy & Clean transportation: Key to fight the climate change

India is one of the countries with the largest production of energy from clean energy sources. As of January 2020, 35% of India's installed electricity generation capacity is from renewable sources, including hydroelectric power. According to figures by the Ministry of Power, we are seeing an encouraging decrease in the growth in conventional generation in the country. Notwithstanding our commitment to RE, the transformation to clean fuel will have challenges.

Air pollution is another serious challenge in India, and transportation is a significant factor contributing to the nation’s air quality problems. This reflects a need for a transition from ICE-driven vehicles to EVs. Indian Central Government, Department of Heavy Industries, Ministry of Road Transport & Highway, and NITI Aayog are actively creating suitable framework for clean transport manufacturing and adoption. If India’s passenger mobility can be made shared, electric, and connected, its transportation-energy demand can be reduced by 64%, and the transport carbon emission by 37%, by 2030.

The effects of global warming include steady rise in sea-level, increased cyclonic activity, and changes in ambient temperature and precipitation patterns. This is the perfect time to take a relook at our behaviour, and our use of resources to minimise this climate change. With rapid globalisation, the transport and electricity sector are going to play a bigger role in the day-to-day aspects of life. By adopting clean energy and clean transportation, we as global citizens should work toward minimizing the impact of factors that contribute to climate change. 

With this econference, we aim to provide a forum for global speakers who represent concerned industries and environment organisations to share their views on climate change and our responsibilities in countering that change.

Click to download the Draft Program

Click to download the brochure

Members can avail the registration link by dropping an email at [email protected]

*Please note that the fees collected during this mini Conference will be donated to the PM COVID CARE fund.

Contact us at [email protected]


Wed, Apr 22 2020 09:45 AM - 4:30 pm
Pune, Maharashtra, India

₹ 1750 - ₹ 3430