Theme: “Navigating Energy Transition”
Date: Wednesday, 6 November 2019, New Delhi
|0900 – 0945 HRS||Registration|
|0945 – 1100 HRS
|Inauguration by Arun M. Kumar, Chairman and CEO, KPMG in India and the India Leadership Team|
|1100 – 1130 HRS||Tea break|
|1130 – 1215 HRS||
Ministerial Session: A Sustainable Agenda for India
|1215 – 1315 HRS||
The panel will discuss expected changes in investment requirements and financing options, technology choices, user preferences and business models for the energy sector as it transitions, to assess options for sustainable resolution.
|1315 – 1415 HRS||Networking lunch|
|1415 -1515 HRS||
The session will discuss about low carbon pathways of energy, and how circularity using modern technologies will shape the future of conventional energy sources. The outcome of the session is to create a thinking of future-proofing, source of inspiration and value-based thinking for the sector.
|1515 – 1530 HRS||Tea break|
|1530 - 1630 HRS||
The discussion will focus on the implications of the ACES economy for the energy and resources sector including managing resource transitions, infrastructure development needs, peer to peer transactions and technology evolution for India to benefit from the transition
|1630 – 1730 HRS
The discussion will freflect on overall proceedings of ENRich2019 and discuss on the emergent action agenda
|1730 – 1745 HRS||Closing remarks and Valedictory|
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