Biofuture Platform Intitiative is taking part to the India Energy Week, held under the patronage of Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas, and supported by the Federation of Indian Petroleum Industry (FIPI).
The energy landscape has undergone significant shifts in recent years. Successful pivots towards a low-carbon future will require examining the current landscape while charting a new path ahead. Policymakers will play a crucial role in accelerating adoption of low-carbon options including biofuels, electric vehicles, and green hydrogen. Countries like India and the United States are at the forefront of developing and utilising emerging fuels. Collaboration is crucial to support growth, especially in important consumption hubs.
Taking place between 6 – 8 February 2023 at the Bangalore International Exhibition Centre (BIEC), India Energy Week comes at a critical time, with the challenges of energy security and environmental sustainability impacting long-term energy transition, and paths towards decarbonisation.
As India accelerates its efforts to become a gas-based economy and achieve a target of net-zero emissions by 2070, about $60 billion worth of investments are underway in the country in setting up the infrastructure – pipelines, terminals, regasification facilities and so on.
As a rapidly developing country, and soon to be the world’s most populous nation, India’s energy transition will play a pivotal role in global energy markets.