ISGF Bilateral Events

1.1 First India – US Smart Grid Workshop (9 December 2014)
First US-India Smart Grid Workshop, sponsored by US Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) in association with ISGF, was held on 9th December 2014 in San Francisco. The workshop and site visits were organized with an aim to assist Indian utilities to address their growing power needs through a better understanding of US grid modernization, demand side management, and renewable energy integration technologies, as well as the policies, best practices and financing mechanisms to support project deployment. The workshop was attended by several US companies interested in the Smart Grid business opportunities in India. A follow-up workshop was also held in Bangalore in India on 2 March, 2015 to further highlight US Smart Grid technologies and best practices including the key findings from current USTDA Smart Grid grant programs in India.

1.2 Second India – US Smart Grid Workshop by USTDA (02 March 2015)
Second US-India Smart Grid Workshop, in partnership with US Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) and ISGF, was held on 02 March 2015 in Banalore, India as part of India Smart Grid Week (ISGW) 2015. The workshop was organized with an aim to further highlight US Smart Grid technologies and best practices through a better understanding of US grid modernization, demand side management, and renewable energy integration technologies, as well as the policies, best practices and financing mechanisms to support project deployment.

1.3 Third India – Us Smart Grid Workshop (09 March 2017)
The Third India US Smart Grid Workshop was held on 09 March 2017 in New Delhi. The aim of the workshop was to further highlight US Smart Grid technologies and best practices including the key findings from current USTDA Smart Grid grant programs in India. The workshop was jointly chaired by Jyoti Arora, Joint Secretary, MoP and Patrick O. Santillo, Minister Counselor for Commercial Affairs, U.S. Embassy. The key topics discussed during the workshop were State of Smart Grid Technology – U.S. and Indian; and Commercial Smart Grid Deployment Case Studies.
The speakers from USA were Dan Ton, USDOE; Murali Baggu, NREL; Alain R Steven, Secretary General, GO15.org (formerly VLPGO); Chris Hickman, Founder and CEO, Innovari; Henry Steingass, Regional Director for South and Southeast Asia, USTDA; Victoria Gunderson, International Trade Specialist, USDOC etc. The speakers from India were Varsha Joshi, Secretary-Power, Government of Delhi; P.C. Maithani, Director, MNRE; K. S. Popli, Chairman and Managing Director, Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency; Praveer Sinha, MD&CEO, Tata Power Delhi Distribution; Surendra Edupghanti, Secretary, Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission; RR Mehta, Reliance Energy, Mumbai.
First US-India Smart Grid Workshop was sponsored by US Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) in association with ISGF. It was held on 9th December 2014 in San Francisco. The workshop and site visits were organized with an aim to assist Indian utilities to address their growing power needs through a better understanding of US grid modernization, demand side management, and renewable energy integration technologies, as well as the policies, best practices and financing mechanisms to support project deployment. The workshop was attended by several US companies interested in the Smart Grid business opportunities in India.
Second US India was held in Bangalore, India on 2nd March, 2015. The workshop was part of an overall two-part series and previous site visit to the United States that assisted Indian utilities in addressing their growing power needs through a better understanding of U.S. grid modernization, demand side management, and renewable energy integration technologies, as well as the policies, best practices and financing mechanisms to support project deployment.

1.4 Fourth India – US Smart Grid Workshop (7 March 2018)
The 04th US –India workshop was organized on 07th March 2018.The workshop was jointly co- chaired by Patrick O. Santillo, Minister Counsellor for Commercial Affairs, U.S. Embassy and Rahul Tongia, ISGF.
The workshop was broadly divided in two panels. Panel One was “Business Case for Advanced Metering Infrastructure”. The panel primarily discussed on the mass scale Smart Meter deployment.
in India in the year 2015, & 2016 and when USA made unprecedented investments in grid modernization which have led to more than 50% penetration of smart meters in the market. The panel discussed on the value of AMI, best practises for consumer engagement, financing models for meter deployment and the role of Interoperability. The speakers of the Panel one was Saurabh Kumar, MD, Energy Efficiency Services Ltd, Jonathan Petit, Manager, Advanced Metering Systems, Oncor Electric Delivery, Sanjoy Mukherjee, Vice President Distribution-Technical, CESC Ltd, Kolkata, Daniel Noll, Senior Manager of International Programs, Edison Electric Institute.
Panel two “Business Case for Energy Storage “was moderated by Rahul Walawalkar. The Panellists discussed and provided an overview of the energy storage technology landscape, the state of standards and other utility case studies. The speakers of the session were Girish Ghatikar, EPRI, Ibrahim Jilani, Senior Business Manager – Energy Systems & E Mobility, Underwriters Laboratory, Deepak Gupta, Shakti Sustainable Energy Foundation.

1.5 Fifth India – US Smart Grid Workshop (14 March 2019)
The Fifth US –India workshop was organized in conjunction with the India Smart Utility Week (ISUW) 2019 on 14 March 2019 in New Delhi. The workshop was chaired by Mr. Praveer Sinha, Tata Power Company Ltd; and moderated by Mr. Gopal Saxena, BESE Rajdhani and BSES Yamuna; Ms. Dinah McDougall, Embassy of USA; Mr. Michael Satin, USAID; Mr. Saurabh Kumar, Energy Efficiency Services Ltd; Mr. Vinay Dixit, Itron; Mr. Jayant Kumar, GE USA; Mr. Nishant Bhardwaj, DFID; Mr. Rajib Planning, CESC, Kolkata; Mr. Soumya Prasad Garnaik; Chief General Manager - Technical, Energy Efficiency Services Ltd; Mr. Ken Haig, Oracle; Mr. Aditya Trivedi, AES Corporation; Mr. Rahul Nargotra, Trilliant Holdings; Mr. Apurva Chaturvedi, USAID; Mr. A K Mishra, Ministry of Power; Mr. Deepak Pandey, Girish Ghatikar, Vishal Kapoor. The workshop was broadly divided into two parts. Panel One provided an overview of the lessons learned from private sector participation in power distribution in India and the United States, and the potential business model options that can be relevant in India considering the evolving sectoral landscape. Panel two was on The Value of Smart Infrastructure. The Panelists discussed on lessons learned in the United States and India on deployment and use of smart grid infrastructure and behind-the-meter resources, and discussed business models, utility use-cases, and examine value of the new systems to the utility and customer.

1.6 Workshop on Advanced Microgrids with USTDA, UDAID AND USDOE (14 March 2019)
ISGF in collaboration with US DOE had organized a half day Workshop on “Advance Microgrids” on sidelines of India Smart Utility Week 2019. The Workshop which took place on 14 March 2019 had sessions on Advanced Microgrids Systems (AMS): Capabilities, Role of Advanced Microgrids Systems (AMS) in Modernizing the Distribution Grid, Developing New Tools and Methods to Support Advanced Microgrid Services to the Grid and Communities and Shaping Grid /Microgrid Demonstrations; Opportunities for Collaboration. The session was chaired by Mr KK Mishra, Ministry of Power, India; and moderated by Ms Larisa Dobriansky, General MicroGrids. The session was inaugurated by Mr. Anurag Srivastava, UI – ASSIST. The workshop was attended by seasoned experts from US and India. The US side was represented by Mr. Arindam Maitra, EPRI; Ravindra Singh, Argonne National Laboratory; Jayant Kumar, USA; Prithpal Khajuria, Electric Power Industry, Intel; The Indian side was represented by MM Nayak, APSPDCL; Paresh Bhatt, Tata Power Company Limited, Mumbai; AK Mishra, NSGM; Sandip Sinha, ABB India.
During the workshop the key learnings which emerged were Advanced Microgrid capabilities should be developed and evaluated as part of the process of Grid Modernization; these capabilities could make Advanced Microgrids a cost-effective resource in the future for the Grid, Market and Communities in achieving policy objectives, while maintaining overall grid reliability and efficiency. It could be mutually beneficial for the U.S. and India to collaborate on developing consistent methodologies for the planning, design and implementation of demonstrations to test and validate advanced microgrid capabilities, as well as to collaborate on developing new tools and methods that could improve materially the effectiveness of such demonstrations in generating maximum outcomes and lessons learned; Possible areas of collaboration highlighted on development of grid-compatible and interactive advanced microgrids, integrating microgrid energy management systems with Advanced Distribution Management Systems (ADMS) and Distribution Energy Resource Management Systems (DERMS) to address high market penetration ; Advanced Microgrids would bring efficient energy/resource integration across end-use sectors within Communities, achieving "synergistic" outcomes and higher levels of DER performance through interoperating and optimizing multiple technologies/assets, using information/communications and control technologies.

1.7 First India – EU Smart Grid Workshop (11-12 June 2015)
ISGF, European Commission (DG ENERGY) and the European Union Delegation in Delhi have been jointly organizing a series of Smart Grid Workshops in India and Europe. The first of this series was held in Nice, France on 11 – 12 June 2015. The event was hosted by ERDF, France. Senior officers from European Commission, ERDF, many other European Utilities and top technical companies and a select group of policy makers and officials from utilities and industries from India participated in the workshop.
During this workshop experience from various Smart Grids demonstrators in Europe in the development and deployment of smart grid technologies have been shared. The first results and feedback from demonstrators promoted active debates on technical and market-related topics, while the field visits to Nice Grid project which is part of GRID4EU provided illustration of cutting-edge technologies for distribution grid stabilization with distributed generation implemented at large scale.
The presentations from Indian speakers highlighted the huge potential for Smart Grids deployment in India, with large grid extension and strengthening programs (300 million consumers to be connected by 2019) and remarkable targets in terms of Renewable Energy integration (Target of 175 GW of Renewable Energy in India by 2022). In this context, ISGF emphasized the need for training and capacity building for all the sectors involved in this transformation, including utilities, regulatory commissions and policy makers. From the European side, Matthieu Craye (Office of DG ENERGY, European Commission) outlined the European Union targets, known as the "20-20-20" targets setting three key objectives for 2020 (20% reduction in EU greenhouse gas emissions from 1990 levels; raising the share of EU energy consumption produced from renewable resources to 20%; 20% improvement in the EU's energy efficiency).

1.8 Second EU - India Smart Grid Workshop, Vienna (November 2015)
ISGF, European Commission (Office of DG ENER) and the European Union Delegation in Vienna have jointly organized the Second EU-India Smart Grid Workshop in November, 2015. The first in the series was held in Nice, France in June 2015. Leading technology companies and utilities from Europe and select group of policy makers, utility leaders and industry experts from India participated in the workshops. The focus of the workshop was on upscaling and deployment of smart grid demonstrations in India and the lessons learned from large renewable energy and smart grid deployment projects in the EU nations. Several key decision makers from utilities, ministries and regulatory commissions from India and European countries participated in this workshop.

1.9 Third India – EU Smart Grid Workshop, Denmark (31 August- 02 September 2016)
ISGF, European Commission (Office of DG ENER) and the European Union Delegation in Delhi have jointly organized the Third EU-India Smart Grid Workshop from 31 August - 02 September 2016 in Bornholm Island, Denmark. This was the third workshop of a series on Smart Grids. The first in the series was held in Nice, France in June 2015 and second was held in Vienna in Nov 2015. Leading technology companies and utilities from Europe and select group of policy makers, utility leaders and industry experts from India participated in the workshops. The Bornholm Island, is experimenting with integration of wind energy and electric vehicles to be completely independent from the Danish grid; and well on its way to be the first island in the world that will meet 100% electricity from renewable energy sources. The focus of the workshop was on upscaling and deployment of smart grid demonstrations in India and the lessons learned from large renewable energy and smart grid deployment projects in the EU nations. Several key decision makers from utilities, ministries and regulatory commissions from India and European countries participated in this workshop. The Indian Delegation comprised of Rajendra Ambekar, Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission; H. D. Arun Kumar, Karnataka Electricity Regulatory Commission; Dwijadas Basak, Tata Power Delhi Distribution Ltd; Rajendra Cholan, Bangalore Electricity Supply Company Ltd; Radhika Jha, Power Finance Corporation Ltd.; Sanjoy Mukherjee, CESC Kolkata; Krishna Saini, Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission; Prabhu Singh, National Smart Grid Mission; and Ashok Singhal, Central Electricity Regulatory Commission. Ms. Winni Grosboll, Mayor of Bornholm inaugurated the workshop.

1.10 Fourth India – EU Smart Grid Workshop (8 March 2017)
ISGF, European Commission (Office of DG ENER) and the European Union Delegation in Delhi have jointly organized the Fourth India EU workshop in Delhi on 8th March 2017. The session was chaired by Radhika Jha, Executive Director, Power Finance Corporation and the session moderator was Matthieu Craye, European Commission. Key session topics were Best Practices for Smart Meter Roll out; Business Models for Distribution System Operators (DSO)/Discoms in the smart grid era; Opportunities for India smart grid projects in the Horizon 2020 programme; Participation of Indian entities in the EU’s H2020 programme
A Brainstorming session was conducted post key session topic presentation to develop ideas for Joint EU –India smart grid projects in the framework of the EU’s Horizon 2020 programme.

1.11 Fifth India- EU Smart Grid Workshop (6 March 2018)
ISGF, European Commission (Office of DG ENER) jointly organized the Fifth India EU workshop in Delhi on 6th March 2018 at New Delhi, India. The session was co- chaired by Matthieu Craye, International Relations Officer, Director General for European Commission. The sessions were divided in two parts: Session 1: - “Smart Integration of Distributed Variable Renewable Energy –Policy Framework and Demonstrated Solutions”. This session was co moderated by Christophe Arnoult, Senior Consultant to European Commission and Vijayan SR, Digitization Lead, Powergrids Division, ABB. The speakers of this session were Pokorna Zdenka, Technical Director, Head of Processes Supervision Department, CEZ Distribuce, Willem Van Den Reek, Product Developer, Alliander; Ganesh Das, Head Strategy, TPDDL; and Pedro Godinho Matos, EDP. Session 2 was “Smart Integration of Distributed Variable RE: Business Models and Regulatory Aspects”. This session was co-moderated by Marc Boillot, Senior Consultant to European Commission; Pradeep Yemula, Assistant Professor, IIT Hyderabad & ISGF. The speakers in this session were Nolwenn Le Saux, Co-Undermanned; Bruben Abraham, German Chancellor Fellow hosted by the German Solar Association; Pankaj Batra, Member, CEA; Gianni Celli, Assistant Professor of Power Systems, University of Calgary; Andreas Molin, CEO PPAM.

1.12 Sixth India-EU Smart Grid Workshop, Florence, Italy (19-22 November 2019)
ISGF in collaboration with the European Commission, organised the 6th EU – India Smart Grid Workshop in Florence and Rome, Italy from 19 to 22 November 2018. The Workshop was hosted by Florence School of Regulations. The workshop was attended by high level officials from electricity distribution companies and central and state regulatory commissions in India, Europe. ISGF and European Commission have collaborated for 5 workshops in the past and conducted EU-India Smart Grid Workshops in NICE (June 2015), Vienna (November 2015), Bornholm, Denmark (September 2016) and New Delhi (March 2017, March 2018). The experts interacted on the following themes: Regulatory Frameworks enabling RE Integration; European and Indian demonstration projects on Energy Storage to promote the integration of Renewable Energy and Electric Vehicles, Evolving role of Distribution System Operators in the context of Smart Grids; and Upscaling and transferring promising demonstrations in Indian and European contexts.

1.13 Seventh India-EU Smart Grid Workshop, New Delhi, India (13 March 2019)
Office of DG ENER in association with ISGF jointly organized the Seventh India EU workshop in Delhi on 13 March 2019 at New Delhi, India. The session was moderated by Mr. Christophe Arnoult, EDF and comoderated by Ms. Swetha Bhagwat, Florence School of Regulations. The welcome address for the session was given by Mr Reji Kumar Pillai. The session was attended by Mr Debasish U Banerjee, CESC, Kolkata; Mr. Praveer Sinha ,Tata Power Company Limited; Mr. G Ganesh Das Tata Power DDL; Mr. Rémy Garaude Verdier, ENEDIS; Ms. Aastha Prashar, Tata Power DDL; Mr. Pierre-Jacques Le Quellec, ENEDIS; Mr. Jitendra Nalwaya, BSES Yamuna; Mr. Patrick Clerens, ENEDIS; Mr. Gaurav A Sharma, BSES Yamuna; Mr. Ricardo Jorge Santos, ENERGIAS DE Portugal; Ms. Eva Polanská, CEZ; Mr. Willem Van Den Reek, ALLIANDER; Mr. Mikael Rantil, Swedish Energy Agency; Mr. Sumit Pundhir, SOCOMEC; Mr. Wasful Hasan, TOTAL SAFT; Mr. Philippe Deschamps, Odit-e ; Ms.Sara Rudman, ETREL Slovenia; Mr. Anil Kadam, Schneider Electric .
During this workshop experience from various Smart Grids demonstrators in Europe in the development and deployment of smart grid technologies have been shared. The presentations from Indian speakers highlighted the huge potential for Smart Grids deployment in India, with large grid extension and integration of renewable energy and importance of electric vehicle also was highlighted.

1.14 First India- Canada Smart Grid Workshop (18 March 2016)
The First India-Canada Smart Grid Workshop was held on 18th March 2016 at India Smart Grid Week 2016 in New Delhi. The workshop was organized to discuss and learn about the grid system in Canada, the market, opportunities and collaborations for projects that can take place with the systems and technologies being practiced in Canada. The workshop aimed to bring the senior level spokespersons from utilities in India as well as technology companies, research institutions and universities from Canada at a common platform.

1.15 Second India-Canada Smart Grid Workshop, India (8 March 2017)
8th March 2017 in Delhi, India. The workshop was chaired by Dinesh Arora, Executive Director, Rural Electrification Corporation Ltd. The key sessions discussed during workshop were Lessons Learned from the Canadian Smart Grid Experience; Analytics opportunities for the Indian Utilities; DER Management and the Evolution of the Grid. The speakers of the sessions were Mischa Steiner, Awesense Inc (ON VIDEO); Shalabh Srivastava, Principal Director, Accenture India; Iuliana Calin, SmartGrid Canada; Ganesh Das, Tata Power Delhi Distribution; Dr. Bala Venkatesh, Centre for Urban Energy, Ryerson University; Joseph Ayoub, Government of Canada (Ministry of Natural Resources); Deepak Lad, Member, MERC; Alex Bettencourt, SmartGrid Canada; Nagendra Tiwari, Chief Engineer & Project Director, MPPKVVCL ; K.Siddaraju, Director- Technical, BESCOM.
The 1st India Canada Smart Grid Workshop was held on 18 March 2016 as part of India Smart Grid Week 2016 at New Delhi, India. The workshop was organised to discuss and learn about the grid system in Canada. The market, opportunities and collaborations for projects that can take place with the system and technologies being practised in Canada. Delegation of key Canadian electricity and smart grid experts and policy makers had also participated in an outbound Smart Grid Trade Mission to India as a result of a MoU between Smart Grid Canada and the India Smart Grid Forum. The two associations agreed to collaborate during the Ontario Premiers Mission to India in February 2016 to further relations in the field of smart grids between the two countries.

1.16 First India-Sweden Smart Grid Workshop (18 March 2016)
The first India Sweden Smart Grid workshop was held at India Smart Grid Week 2016 on 18 March, 2016 in New Delhi. This workshop was aimed to bring various senior level spokespersons from Sweden & Indian utilities at a common platform to review the present scenarios and work jointly to undertake smart grid projects in best possible manner in India.

1.17 Second India-Sweden Smart Grid Workshop (2016-17)
Second Sweden-India Smart Grid Workshop was organised on 9 March 2017 in New Delhi, India. The workshop was attended by a line-up of industry leaders from government departments, solution providers and research institutes to discuss how partnerships within sustainable smart grids and future energy systems can take our economies and societies to the next level. Sweden and India has a long history of cooperation in smart grid development, which has been clearly manifested in the development of HVDC technology in India. The collaboration between India and Sweden in the field of energy is guided by the MoU between Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, Government of India, Ministry of Environment and Energy, Swedish Energy Agency and Government of Sweden. Since 2009 the main focus has been to create solutions for Smart Cities and Smart Grids, where one of the joint projects ongoing is to define and establish micro grid pilots in Andaman & Nicobar Islands
As a part of India Smart Grid Week 2016 the first Sweden-India Smart Grid Round Table was organized on 17 March 2016. The Sweden-India Smart Grid Round Table was addressed by a line-up of senior leaders from government departments, solution providers and research institutes to discuss how partnerships within sustainable Smart Grids can take our economies and societies to the next level.

1.18 First India-France Smart Grid Workshop ( 7 March 2018)
The very first France -India Smart Grid Workshop in collaboration with Think Smart Grids was organised on 07 March 2018 in New Delhi, India. The workshop was addressed by a line of senior leaders from government departments, solution providers and research institutes to share information on French expertise and technologies and solutions being successfully implemented in France. Also, to find out the challenges and corresponding issues plaguing energy market and to provide right solutions for them.
The key experts from France side were Valerie Ann Lencznar, MD, Think Smart Grids; Sylvain Martino, CEO Citelum Asia Pacific; Guy Patrick de Broglie, GM, Saft India; Nabil Sahri, VP Business Development, Sagemcom Energy & Telecom SAS; Laurent Karsenti, Technical Director- EDF International Networks Asia & Head of Technical Expertise Department; ENEDIS Paolo Treffiletti, STMicroelectronics. The Indian side was represented by Durgasass Goswami, Member, WBERC; Reji Kumar Pillai, President ISGF & GSGF Chairman; Gopal Saxena, Director, BSES Rajdhani & BSES Yamuna, Delhi; Sanjay Kumar Banga, Chief – Contract & Business Development, TPDDL; Kanwaljeet Kukreja, Schneider Electric.

1.19 Second India-France Smart Grid Workshop (March 2019)
The second France -India workshop was organized in March 2019 at New Delhi on the sidelines of India Smart Utility Week 2019 in collaboration with Think Smart Grids which brought a powerful delegation from France comprising of seasoned experts and technocrats. Ms. Reena Suri, ISGF, gave the welcome address the delegates and eminent speakers. The workshop was addressed by a line of senior leaders from government departments, solution providers and research institutes to share information on French expertise and technologies and solutions being successfully implemented in France. Also, to find out the challenges and corresponding issues plaguing energy market and to provide right solutions for them. The session was inaugurated by Mr. Philippe Monloubou, Think Smartgrids & ENEDIS. Mr Jean-Marc Fenet, Minister-Counsellor, Head of the Regional Economic Department “India and South Asia. The key experts from France side were Valerie Ann Lencznar, Think Smart Grids; Mr. David Deboudt, France; Antoine Jourdain, ENEDIS; Paul Da Cruz, ATOS India; Muralidharan Ramachandran, ATOS India; Nicolas Fornage, AFD India; Maïte Jaureguy-Naudin, Head of the e-Mobility Program at RTE; The Indian side was represented Mr. Nitin Bhate, GE India; Deepak Pandey, GE Software Solutions; Rajib Das, CESC, Kolkata; Mr. Reji Kumar Pillai ,ISGF .The session was chaired and moderated by Mr. Anant Venkateswaran, ISGF. The experts primarily thrust upon the role of innovative technologies, joint collaborations and smart grid as a critical driver for energy transition. The key themes of the workshop were - Digitalization of the Grid, E-mobility and Energy Storage.

1.20 First India-Norway Smart Grid Workshop (10 February 2017)
A half day Indo-Norwegian Workshop on ‘Smart Grid Technologies’ was organised on 10th February, 2017 in New Delhi. This workshop provided an overview of Norwegian Center of Expertise (NCE) Smart Energy Technologies and applications relevant for India. Norwegian Centre of Expertise (NCE) is a government supported cluster program. 14 dynamic clusters have been set up to operate as NCEs in various fields to establish systematic collaboration and growth in national and international markets. This program was organized by Innovation Norway and supported by the Industrial Development Corporation of Norway and the Research Council of Norway. NCEs operate in close collaboration with government institutions, research organizations and the private sector. NCE for Smart Energy Markets (SEMs) is located in Halden and delivers expertise, technology and equipment globally to commercial energy trading in order to be the most expensive and internationally oriented industrial cluster in Norway within energy and ICT domain. NCE SEM brings on table strong expertise on energy issues primarily related to smart grids, energy and grid management, renewable energy integration, flexibility management, local energy markets development and exploitation of enabling technologies, like IoT, Big Data Analytics and Cloud Computing, to the power sector. NCE smart energy markets and Indian Power Distribution Utilities can cooperate and develop synergies taking into account in depth experience of the both parties.

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