Energy Services


Energy Services

GLOBAL EXHIBITION ON SERVICES

After the success of the past four editions of Global Exhibition on Services (GES), the Department of Commerce, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India, in partnership with Services Export Promotion Council (SEPC) and the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), is organising the 5th edition of Global Exhibition on Services from 18 - 20 September 2019 at Palace Grounds, Bengaluru, Karnataka. GES as an annual event seeks to enhance strategic cooperation and develop synergies to strengthen multilateral relationships between all stakeholders, tap the potential for services’ exports and increase FDI inflow. 
 

SERVICES SECTOR IN INDIA

  • The services sector is not only the dominant sector in India’s GDP, contributing 54.17 per cent of India’s Gross Value. The sector has also attracted significant foreign investment flows, significantly contributing to exports as well as provided large-scale employment.
  • The sector also provides employment to a large share of Indian population. As of 2018, 34.49 per cent of India’s employed population was working in the services sector.
  • Services sector growth is governed by both domestic and global factors. The Indian facilities management market is expected to grow at 17 per cent CAGR between 2015 and 2020.
  • The Government of India recognises the importance of promoting growth in services sectors and provides several incentives in wide variety of sectors.

Energy Services Sector In India

  • In India the demand for energy is growing at 4 per cent annually, and is expected to double in the coming years. India has gradually strengthened its position as an electricity exporting nation. India is now exporting power to Bangladesh, Nepal, and Myanmar.
  • Inadequate domestic supplies of Coal, oil and natural gas are forcing the dependence of country’s energy imports from 20 per cent to 33 per cent over the last 10 years, and expected to cross 50 per cent by 2030 on account of increasing demand and challenges in domestic production. To meet the growing energy demand over the next few years, India will have to enhance its energy security by procuring energy supplies at affordable prices.
  • While the country has surplus refining capacity and is an exporter of petroleum products, major investments will have to be made in the domestic upstream industry and to acquire hydrocarbon reserves abroad. In addition to that the country must also focus on innovations in sustainable energy sources, markets for energy storage, efficiency in energy services and digitization of energy sources.

  • In India currently, a move towards a diversified fuel basket, together with a focus on efficient exploration and consumption of energy resources, is needed. Additionally, key areas of action are:
  • Accelerated development of energy infrastructure
  • Human resource development
  • Technological upgrade
  • More conducive policy environment coupled with an effective regulatory regime
  • Energy security has to be about more than just import dependence in a country like India. With securing the supply, the true energy security has to be achieved by ensuring that the end consumers are able to access the affordable energy in an environmentally sustainable manner.
  • Also an effective mechanism for creating a strong technology ecosystem, improving privatesector participation in the energy sector and regular interactions with the stakeholders is much needed for effective energy security. The pace and quality of implementation will determine the overall energy security outcome.

Why sould you Participate?

  • Dedicated Knowledge Sessions & Celebrity Talks
  • Exclusive Round Tables B2B, B2G & B2C Meetings
  • Networking Opportunities Dedicated B2B space
  • Participation by around 100 countries
  • Exhibition are

Exibitor Profile

The exhibition will bring together all stakeholders to showcase their commitment in promoting Energy Efficiency, Renewable Energy, Effective management of Energy, Efficient consumption of energy resources, energy infrastructure, innovation and new technologies, etc.

  • Batteries and Power System
  • Central & States Govt. Departments / Ministries
  • Central & States Govt. Dept. / Ministries
  • Electric Vehicle
  • Electrical & Electronics Items
  • Electronic Engineering
  • Energy Consultants
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Wind Turbine
  • Generators & inverters
  • Green Energy
  • Hydro Turbines
  • LED Lights
  • Power Companies
  • Solar PV& CSP
  • Solar Air Conditioning
  • Solar and Food Parks etc.
  • Solar Generators
  • Solar panel
  • Waste to Energy
  • Wind Power

Visitor Profile

  • Companies Decision Makers
  • Consultants
  • Dealers/Distributors
  • Power projects
  • Technology developers
  • Trade associations
  • Utility providers
  • Engineering Association
  • Industries Association
  • National and International Investors
  • New Entrepreneurs
  • NGO’S
  • Research Institute and Universities
  • Engineers
  • Environmental Groups
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Equipment Manufacturers
  • Venture Capitalists, financial institutions etc.

Space Rentals*

Type of Space Rates (INR) USD
Built Up Space (Min. 9 Sqms) 6,400.00 190
Indoor Raw Space (Min. 36 Sqms) 4,800.00 156

*Per sq.mtr rate

Reserve your booth space today for energy services
/GES 2019

Electricity Charges

Details Rates (INR) USD
Indoor Raw Space 4,000 per KW 60 per KW

*Taxes will be charged extra.

GES 2019 KEY HIGHLIGHTS

01

Focus on increasing trade in services

02

Showcasing 12 Champion Service Sector

03

Over 500 participants from 100 countries

04

Studio Talks

05

State/Theme Pavilions

06

Huge participation of overseas delegates

07

Participation by Start-up & young entrepreneurs

08

Release of Report on Services Sectors

09

Avenues for partnership through B2B, B2G, G2G, Meeting

10

Knowledge Sessions focused on Champion Service Sectors

11

Display of 
Culture and Cuisine

12

Food Festivals, 
Cultural Evenings, 
Networking Dinners