The first event will be held here on November 7-8, 2014, NTPC said in a statement.

The company said, "The complex business challenges that are being faced by the power sector can prominently be resolved by aggressively adopting the best technologies available today while giving due priority to the emerging technologies leading to their maturity and commercial
viability at the soonest."

The conference will focus on emerging new technologies for facing the future challenges of power industry, ways to tackle scarcity of fossil fuels, water resources, land, environmental challenges and rapid capacity additions.

About 75 international experts actively engaged in technology development from all over the world shall be interacting with about 700 Indian experts and policy makers during the summit, the statement said.


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