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Cavendish Group is the leading BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, China) business
to business publisher and meetings / events organiser with a particular
focus on India and China, the worlds fastest growing economies.
At Cavendish, we provide businesses with information about leading
international technology, expertise and best practice from the West.
Through our series of dedicated publications which are printed bilingually
in association with local government ministries and relevant trade
associations and distributed quarterly; we are able to give maximum
exposure and market representation to any company wishing to influence
senior decision makers in key growth markets, including the Renewable
Energy sector.
Furthermore, with a network of regional representatives and business
development teams who are in constant dialogue with our readers and
partners, Cavendish Group is the ideal partner to bring buyers and sellers
together. With a print and electronic media vehicle guaranteed to reach
the people who count, an after-sales team coordinating 1-2-1 meetings
and events, we are the people who deliver on expectations.
India's Renewable Energy Sector Growth
India will play a key role in solving the global climate challenge. India's
Government wants to use and develop Renewable Energy sources, such as
Solar / Wind power, to reduce the thick air pollution generated by
expensive traditional sources such as oil and coal.
According to the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) report,
'Global Trends in Sustainable Energy Investment 2009', India's renewable
energy investment grew by 12% in 2008. With an investment of $3.7 billion
in one year, India's renewable energy sector is on course to meet the
ambitious target set by the Indian Government in the 11th Five Year Plan.
The plan aimed for the sector to grow to $19 billion from 2008 to 2012,
with renewables making up 20% of the 70 GW of total additional energy
planned from 2008-2012..
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Renewable Energy Technology showcases the latest technologies and
innovations that are continuing to change the Renewable Energy industry. Our
exclusive and comprehensive coverage is maintained each quarter by in-depth
articles and case studies focussing on the following core areas:Core Editorial topics:
SOLAR PV (e.g Crystalline, Thin
Film, BIPV etc)
BIO ENERGY ( e.g.Biomass, Bio Fuels)
SOLAR Thermal
MARINE Energy ( e.g Wave and Tidal)
WIND (e.g. Wind Turbine
Manufacturing/ Project
Development/ Assessment)
Energy Efficiency ( e.g. Cleantech, Energy
Conversion and Waste Management)
Editorial / Advertising content helps readers to optimise and understand:
-New technology implementation from overseas
-Energy conservation -> environmental protection -> SUSTAINABILITY
-Best practice and new trends in Engineering, Manufacturing and R & D
-Building capacity and Renewable Energy project development
From a readership survey conducted in January 2012:
Suscribed to keep up to date
with industry developments
and sources suppliers
Spent over 45 minutes reading
each publication
Regulary referred back to
previous issues
Thought the technical level of
the articles was just right
Thought that the length of the
articles was just right
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With great expectations for India following the Bridge to India report “India Solar Compass”
and the National Solar Missions plans for India’s huge developments for solar, CSP has been
a clear focus for India , however as great as this is, currently India is struggling to meet the
local content requirements imposed by the NSM. Project developers, IPP’s and EPCs have a
lack of experience in these sectors and developers have struggled to find high quality local
Rajasthan solar policy indicated an ambitious target of installing 12 GW of solar by the end
of 2022 and other states such as Gujarat have also set impressive targets which will need
to be met by 2022.
Increasingly India is recognising what can be learnt from the west and welcomes
companies from Europe and North America being able to supply this market with its quality
and expertise in these sectors.
We have a strong focus on establishing quality component manufactures who can supply
for CSP but also solar thermal. As well as CSP, solar thermal is also making quite an
impression on the global solar mix and India is no exception. With rural electrification and
clean hot water being a real issue in rural areas of India solar thermal is something which
holds great importance to Indians domestic energy future. Also in the cities we are
increasingly seeing solar thermal systems are being fitted on top of buildings and generally
being integrated more and more in construction of commercial or residential
Readers include CEO’s, MD’s chief engineers, management, technical professionals and key decision
makers from:
- Solar Fam Planner, Owners and Project
- Solar Cell manufacturers ( Crystalline and Thin
- Government Procurement Offices
- Solar Panel / Wafer manufacturers
- Municipalities / Urban Planning
- Research and Education Institutes
- Environmental Consultants
- System Integrators
- Contractors / Sub Contractors
- Solar Tracker and Collector manufacturers
- Utilities / State Grid / Power Bureaus
- Solar investers manufacturers
- Solar Energy R&D institutes
- Solar Heating / Cooling manufacturers
- EPC’S ; IPP’s;
- Renewable Energy Authorities
- Hira Group, Lanko, Reliance Energy
- Shiram , KVK Energy
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Today the Indian market is emerging as one of the major manufacturing hubs for wind
turbines in Asia. Currently, seventeen manufacturers have an annual production capacity
of 7,500 MW. According to the WISE, the annual wind turbine manufacturing capacity in
India is likely to exceed 17,000 MW by 2013.
The Indian market is expanding with the leading wind companies like Suzlon, Vestas,
Enercon, RRB Energy and GE now being joined by new entrants like Gamesa, Siemens, and
WinWinD, all vying for a greater market share. Suzlon, however, is still the market leader
with a market share of over 50%. The Indian wind industry has not been significantly
affected by the financial and economic crises. Even in the face of a global slowdown, the
Indian annual wind power market has grown by almost 68%. However, it needs to be
pointed out that the strong growth in 2010 might have been stimulated by developers
taking advantage of the accelerated depreciation before this option is phased out
Readers include CEO’s, MD’s chief engineers, management, technical professionals and key decision
makers from:
- Renewable Energy Authorities
- Government Procurement Offices
- Municipalities / Urban Planning
- Research & Development Institutes
- Design Institutes
- Contractors / Sub Contractors
- Environmental Consultants
- Transportation Companies
- Utilities / State Grid / Power Bureaus
- Wind Turbine Manufacturers
- Tier 1,2,3 Manufacturers
- Wind Farm Project Planners
- Wind Farm owners / Developers
- R&D institutes
Examples of Wind subscribers:
Suzlon, Bharat Heavy Electricals, Enercom, ReGen Powertech, Gamesa, Vestas, Siemens, Avanti Wind
System, SSB, Shriram, Global Wind Power
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Hydro power contributes about 21.5% of India's total installed power capacity of 1,76,990
MW (June, 2011), i.e. 38,106 MW. A capacity addition of 78,700 MW is envisaged from
different conventional sources during 2007-2012 (the 11th Plan), which includes 15,627
MW from large hydro projects. In addition to this, a capacity addition of 1400 MW was
envisaged from small hydro up to 25 MW station capacity. The total hydroelectric power
potential in the country is assessed at about 150,000 MW, equivalent to 84,000 MW at
60% load factor. The potential of small hydro power projects is estimated at about 15,000
India is ranked 5th globally in terms of exploitable hydro-potential. In addition, 56 number
of pumped storage projects have also been identified with probable installed capacity of 94
000 MW. In addition to this, hydro-potential from small, mini & micro schemes has been
estimated as 6 782 MW from 1 512 sites. Thus, India is endowed with hydro-potential of
about 250,000 MW.
India is a predominantly agrarian economy, with availability of large quantities of
biomass, which can be productively harnessed for meeting its burgeoning energy needs,
as well as address larger developmental issues such as income and employment
generation, environment protection and wasteland/saline land development, and
improved quality of life of rural communities. The role & contribution of Bio-Energy in
addressing India’s climate change and energy security needs, is on the rise and to give a
further boost to this sector, the Government of India is contemplating the launch of BioEnergy Mission during the 12th Five Year Plan. The amount of emission reduction that
can be achieved through bio-energy varies, depending on the choices made from
feedstock selection and production to the final use.
Readers include CEO’s, MD’s chief engineers, management, technical professionals and key decision
makers from:
- Hydro Power Project Developers
- Biofuel, Biomass and Biogas Project Developers
- Engineering, Procurement and Consulting Firms
- Biofuel, Biomass and Biogas Plant / Refinery
Owners and Operators
- Biofuel and Feedstock Producers
- Hydro OEMs and Component Manufacturers
- Contractors / Sub Contractors
- Electric Utilities
- Hydro Power Plant Designers and Operators
- Research and Development Institutes
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Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission
The Indian government has announced the National Solar Mission, outlining ambitious
long-term plans to attain an installed solar power generation capacity of 20 GW by the
year 2022, which would be increased to 100 GW by the year 2030, and 200 GW by the
year 2050. The Solar Mission targets are:
•To create an enabling policy framework for the deployment of 20 GW of solar power by
•To ramp up capacity of grid-connected solar power generation to 1 GW by 2013; an
additional 3 GW by 2017 through the mandatory use of the renewable purchase
obligation by utilities backed with a preferential tariff. This capacity can be more than
doubled – reaching 10 GW installed power by 2017 or more, based on the enhanced and
enabled international finance and technology transfer.
•To create favourable conditions for solar manufacturing capability, particularly solar
•To promote programs for off grid applications, reaching 1 GW by 2017 and 2 GW by
•To achieve 15 million square meters solar thermal collector area by 2017 and 20 million
square meters solar thermal collector area by 2022.
•To deploy 20 million solar lighting systems for rural areas by 2022.
The publication enjoys a close working relationship with:
Indian Government Ministry of New and Renewable Energy; Indian Ministry of Rural
Development; Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry; Indian
Wind Turbine Manufacturers Association; New Solar Thermal Federation of India;
Maharashtra Solar Manufacturers Association, India, Solar Energy Society of India
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Renewable Energy Technology, is distributed on a quarterly subscription basis to named
and job titled, senior decision makers and technical personal driving and implementing
change in the Indian Renewable Energy industry
As a result of our findings, Renewable Energy Technology will be reaching a projected
readership of over 40,000, per quarter from key Buyers, Project Developers, Consultants,
Chief Engineers and associated professionals involved in high-tech and developing
Renewable Energy projects throughout China . We will be producing both printed
publications as well as sending E-copies to our database of “opt-in” subscribers. In
addition, we will distribute at all major tradeshows, conferences and seminars.
From a readership survey conducted in
January 2012
Readers include:
- CEO/GM/President
- Asset Managers
- Operation director
- Government
- Project managers
- Chief Engineers
- Head of E&P/
- Health & Safety
- Plant supervisors
Supply Chain
- Geophysicists
Senior Process
Had been influenced by an advertisement in the
Had bought as a direct result of seeing an advertisement
in the magazine
Shared their copy with 4 or more people
Had personal internet access at both home and at work
If you have a new technology or innovation you feel could interest our readers, please contact
our editor Heath Reidy on : heath.reidy@bric.com
Our Competitive Package includes:
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world’s fastest growing energy markets
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Discounts are available for serial bookings at
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Key Contacts:
Simon Wright - Publisher
Tel: +44 203 077 8733
Email: simon.wright@bric.com
Beatrice Boldini - Wind Projects
Tel: +44 203 077 8750
Email: beatrice.boldini@bric.com
Sammi Abdulla - Hydro Projects
Tel : +44 203 077 8775
Email: sammi.abdulla@bric.com
Natalie Bostock - Solar Projects
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Email: natalie.bostock@bric.com
Ines Janssen - Bio Projects
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Email: ines.janssen@bric.com
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