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RenewX 2024 – Fuelling India’s Renewable Energy momentum in the southern hub of Hyderabad

8th edition of the premier show by Informa Markets in India to be held on 26th and 27th April 2024 at HITEX Exhibition Centre RenewX 2024 will bring together over 5500 visitors, more than 150 exhibitors showcasing over 180 brands


Informa Markets in India, One of India’s prominent B2B exhibitions organizer is gearing up to host the 8th edition of South India’s largest expo for renewable energy and electric vehicle market, RenewX. Scheduled to take place at Hall 1 & 3, HITEX Exhibition Centre, Hyderabad on 26th and 27th April 2024, the expo aims to bring together renewable energy and sustainable mobility professionals under one roof. It aims to set a growth trajectory for the sector, enabling networking, collaboration, and learnings from industry experts and thought leaders.

The show will attract a diverse audience including architects, real estate developers, commercial & industrial consumers, facility managers, energy consultants, independent power producers, EPCs, distributors/dealers, system installers and integrators, regulatory bodies, municipalities, local authorities and more.

Opening Doors to South India’s Renewable Energy Horizon

RenewX 2024 is a gateway to discover various opportunities and build successful business relationships. Building on the success of last year’s event, the show is expecting to welcome over 5500 visitors, and the presence of over 150 domestic and international exhibitors including a few Chinese companies participating through their India operation team. Key exhibitors include top of the line organisations such as Premier Energies Ltd, Waaree Energies, Goldi Solar, Vikram Solar, Gautam Solar, Swelect Energy, Emmvee Solar, Jinko Solar, Rayzon Solar, SMA Solar, Grew Energy, Credence Solar, Pahal Solar, EVVO Solar, ICON Solar, MPL Group, Luminous Power Technologies, Microtek, Livguard Solar, Deye Inverter, Valeo products, Exide Industries, Polycab, and Impulse Green Energy, among many others. 


A wide array of over 180 brands will be showcased with products and services spanning photovoltaic modules, hybrid systems, inverters, charge controllers, batteries, solar water heaters/cooling systems, solar pumps, testing and monitoring systems, project consultants, Wind-solar Hybrid Power System Integrators, EV & charging infra, assemblers and EPC players. 


Emphasizing the significance of RenewX 2024, Mr. Yogesh Mudras, Managing Director, Informa Markets in India, saidIndia’s steadfast commitment to reducing carbon intensity by less than 45% by the decade’s end and achieving net-zero carbon emissions by 2070 underscores the imperative of carbon-free growth on our journey towards a $5 trillion economy. With solar PV capacity representing around 55% of our total renewable capacity, and the government’s unwavering focus on sustainable growth, solar energy emerges as a vital solution to meet our energy needs and ensure security, reaffirming India’s global leadership in renewable energy and dedication to sustainability. The recent approval of the Surya Ghar Yojana scheme for installing rooftop solar in 1 crore households further exemplifies India’s advancements in solar technology and manufacturing capabilities, cementing solar energy as a cornerstone of India’s sustainable future. Complemented by wind, biomass, EV, and hydropower, the nation’s focus on renewable energy has never been stronger.

RenewX 2024, set in the vibrant Southern hub of Hyderabad, will serve as a timely catalyst for elevating businesses and knowledge to new heights. As in previous editions, the RenewX conference, along with the exhibition, will foster a platform for understanding manufacturing challenges and collaboratively crafting solutions, with a special emphasis on South India’s unique context,”  he further added.

A Comprehensive and Engaging event

Telangana State Renewable Energy Development Corporation will be the nodal agency at the show, facilitating a two-day conference featuring a CEO conclave and product showcase. The conference will comprise 7 sessions with over 40 speakers, discussing a wide array of topics such as Indian solar manufacturing, RE targets, solar technology advancements, net-zero and E-mobility, AgriPV, Bioenergy, and more. Distinguished dignitaries slated to speak include Sri Ajay Mishra, IAS, Director General, Renewable Energy Society of India (RESI) & (former) Spl. Chief Secretary, Govt of Telangana , Sri N. Janaiah, Vice Chairman & Managing Director, TSREDCO,  Mr. Abhijeet Sinha, National Program Director Ease of Doing Business | Project Director- NHEV, DIISHA, Drone Pilot | President- CPOs of India, Mr Praveen Arora, Partner & Practice Lead- Energy & Infrastructure at BTG Advaya Mr. Amit Shukla, Senior VP and business Head, Energy Solutions, Luminous Power Technologies.;; Mr. Swapnil Wakade, Business Head – Rooftop Solar, Ecofy; Mr.Sumit Kumar – AVP Technology, Vikram Solar; Mr. Gaurav Kedia, Chairman, Indian Biogas Association; Mr. Rohit Dhar , COO, Emmvee Group, among others, will be sharing their valuable insights.   The format would be a diverse spread of interactive channels like Confenrence Sessions, Multiple Workshops and Seminars and a Bioenergy Conference.


Industry Association & Knowledge Partners Support

This year the expo garnered extensive support from partners and associations include TSREDCO (Telangana State Renewable Energy Development Corporation Ltd), IBA (Indian Bio-gas Association) , IGEF (Indo German Energy Forum), TELMA, TSEA (Telangana Solar Energy Association). The show’s knowledge partners include Frost & Sullivan, Wood Mackenzie, Yole Group, National Highway for EV and Ease of doing Business.


Driving India Towards a Sustainable Energy Future

India’s Renewable Energy Sector has experienced remarkable growth, driven by a convergence of factors including favourable Government Policies, cost reductions, increased investment, technological advancements, and heightened environmental awareness. Ranked as the 4th largest installed capacity for renewable energy globally, India’s solar energy sector has emerged as a major player in grid-connected power generation. With ambitious targets set to reduce the nation’s carbon intensity by less than 45% by the end of the decade, achieve 50% cumulative electric power installed by 2030 from renewables, and attain net-zero carbon emissions by 2070, India stands at the forefront of sustainable energy development. Steadfast in its commitment to prioritize solar power, India aims to surpass the 500 GW target before 2030, solidifying its global leadership in renewable energy and unwavering dedication to sustainability.