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Dainik Bhaskar Finalises The Agenda For Power Vision Conclave

Advisory Board of Power Vision Conclave 2011 met in Delhi on Tuesday; Conclave to be held on 21st January.

Rajat Arora | Delhi | January 7, 2011

Dainik Bhaskar Group is all set to organize the second edition of ‘Power Vision Conclave 2011’ to discuss the condition of power sector in India and problems related with it. The conclave is slated to be held on 21 January in New Delhi and will be attended by the high profile people from the power sector. The first edition of Power Vision Conclave started in 2008 from Raipur as a state initiative.

To discuss the final agenda of the conclave, Advisory Board of Power Vision Conclave met here in Delhi on Tuesday. Advisory Board meeting was attended by I C P Kesari, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Power, Dr Ajay Dua, Chairman, Areva T&D and Former Secretary, DIPP, Uddesh Kohli, Former CMD, PFC, Dr. U.D. Choubey, Former CMD, Gail and Director General of Standing Conference of Public Enterprises (SCOPE), Sanjeev Kotnala, Group Vice President, Dainik Bhaskar Group and Jaideep Dhagat, Senior General Manager and Business Head, National Government Vertical, Dainik Bhaskar Group.

Briefing about the Advisory Board meeting, Jaideep Dhagat, Senior General Manager and Business Head, National Government Vertical, Dainik Bhaskar Group, said, “We had a terrific agenda in front of us and we wanted to give it a shape. We wanted to make sure that it has got right mix of all the major subjects starting from power generation to transmission, distribution, power issues, land issues and energy efficiency. This all got discussed here in this forum. Having done this comprehensive analysis, DB group has reached to a final programme and agenda between 9 am to 6 pm on 21st January, 2011 is thought through a detailed report.”

Speaking about the Power Vision Conclave, Dhagat said, “The conclave is right mix of subjects and speakers. The panelists who are attending this conclave are absolute leaders in their own right. We have 250 delegates coming from all across the globe who have got interest in power sector of India so this is a comprehensive conference in nature and probably in recent times very few groups must have offered such kind of a packaging.”

Adding further, Dhagat said, “The formal objective is to bridge the gap between the planned and achieved target and discussing the shortcomings.”

The Conclave will offer a unique opportunity for interface between decision-makers, policy planners, and business associates from the entire stakeholder community and play a major role in one of the world’s fastest developing power markets. It is expected to attract top professionals comprising of CEOs, MDs, CFOs and other Senior Professionals from the Indian power sector and also key officials from various government agencies to discuss the vision and the future of the Industry.

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