Organisers

Indian Energy Forum

The Forum is a unique NGO, which promotes energy sector as a whole. Most major players in Power, Oil & Gas, Coal and Renewable are our members. These include NTPC, NHPC, Power Grid Corpn., Power Finance Corpn., PTC, Tata Power, ALSTOM, ONGC, IOCL, CIL, Neyveli Lignite Corporation, Vestas RRB, JP Group, Bhilwara Group and about 110 eminent energy experts. In addition, it has MOUs with leading regional chambers and specialized organizations including Bombay Chamber, Bengal Chamber, Bangalore Chamber, Madras Chamber, PHD Chamber, Observer Research Foundation, IRADE, INWEA, MGMI-DC, ISMAA-DC & FIPI and work closely with them.

TAFCON

TAFCON is a professionally managed company with over six decades of experience and expertise in organizing International Trade Fairs and Conferences in India and overseas, on various subjects namely Construction, Environment, Oil & Gas, Minerals and Metals, Mining, Paper, Poultry, Diary & Food Technology, Packaging, Travel & Tourism, Education, Printing & allied industry, etc.

The Mining, Geological & Metallurgical Institute of India - Delhi Chapter

MGMI is one of the oldest professional Institutes of its kind in Asia having being founded in 1906. It has been organizing conferences and seminars on issues impacting the mineral sciences. MGMI is a unique, independent, non-profit organization and represents professionals of the mineral sector as a whole. It is manned by highly qualified and experienced mining engineers, geologists and metallurgists and energy experts.

Indian School of Mines Alumni Association - Delhi Chapter

The ISM Alumni Association continues to provide yeoman service to the mineral industry in India as well as abroad with complete dedication and commitment to the mineral industry. In appreciation of the fact that the prime pre-requisite for industrialisation in India will be a sound Mineral Sector, Govt of India way back in 1926 set-up a world class Mining Institution at Dhanbad which was named Indian School of Mines and Applied Geology. This was formally inaugurated by his Excellency Lord Erwin the then Viceroy on 9th December 1926. Now named as Indian School of Mines, it has become a full -fledged University and the Captains of Indian mineral Industry take pride in calling themselves the Alumni of this world class Institution. ISM Alumni Association works as a think tank for Mineral Industry in India and coordinates with ISM Alumni abroad for updating and upgrading mineral science in the country.