The government of Telangana accords high priority for the development of renewable energy, electric vehicle, energy storage and new energy sectors. In line with this, they have introduced new initiatives to further develop and promote it. Some examples of this are - Telangana Electric Vehicle & Energy Storage Policy 2020-2030, and Telangana Solar Power Policy 2015. The state presently uses renewable energy for 25% of its power generation.

As a result, Telangana is now the second-largest producer of solar power in the country. The State is attracting numerous investments in the electric vehicle industry, energy storage sector, new & renewable energy space.
This workshop aims at imparting learning through their example.

The key takeaway from the session will be

  • Policy and infrastructure measures including initiatives by the Government of Telangana to facilitate sector's growth.
  • Addressing COVID 19 crisis to mitigate economic distancing in the Industry.
  • The Balancing Act: Challenges Vs Opportunities in Renewable energy and EV Sector

June 4th, 2021

14:30 PM IST










Sri Jayesh Ranjan, IAS

Principal Secretary, Industries & Commerce (I&C), Information Technology (IT), and Electronics & Communications (E&C), State of Telangana

Sri Sandeep Kumar Sultania, IAS

Energy Panchayat Raj and Rural Development, State of Telangana

Mr. N. Janaiah

Vice Chairman & MD, TSREDCO

Mr. Sujai Karampuri

Director, Electronics IT E&C Department, Government of Telangana

Mr. Pavan Vaish

Head of Central Operations, India and South Asia Uber India


Managing-Director, Premier Energies Limited

Mr. Gaurav Gupta

Chief Commercial Officer, MG Motor India

Mr. Sandeep Paidi

Partner, KPMG Advisory Services

Sponsor video - UBER

Sponsor video - MG Motor