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Dear Sir/Ma’am,

I am glad to inform you that Infraline Energy Research & Information Services, an accredited premier service provider of critical business information, industry databases, business intelligence and related services in the energy and infrastructure sector is coming up with Annual Conference on Balance of Plant Systems – Optimizing & Maximizing Efficiency for Improved Power Generation Capacity Addition, March 7, 2013, Hotel The Lalit, New Delhi

The conference aims to highlight the CEA’s plan and perspective for the XII National plan. Though, the power capacity addition is a key driver for the market for balance of plant (BoP) systems; it is critical to the timely commissioning of power plants and needs to develop further to meet the growing power demand.  Hence, the road that lies ahead of us is dotted with innumerable challenges that result from the gaps that exist between what’s planned versus what the power sector has been able to deliver. Also, one of the reasons for the gaps is delay in execution of Balance of Plant (BoP) jobs is primarily due to absence of competent BOP players who can execute the job within stipulated time and cost.

Conference Focus

CEA’s plans & perspective
Measures taken for Power Generation Capacity addition in XII National Plan
Investment Plans for Future in Generation domain
Current market size of BoP systems
Commissioning Power Projects and Ash Handling Systems on Turnkey Basis
Customizing/Tailoring to different types of requirements
Overcoming Gap between – what’s planned versus what has been delivered
Glance at the Thirteenth Plan Period
Status of Current BoP Civil and Structural works capacity
Updating BoP Systems to sync with Upcoming Generation Technologies  (Ultra Supercritical, IGCC etc)
Trends in manufacturing Capacities of Key CHP & AHP Players
Focus on Air – handling systems, Electrical BoP, Ash Handling  Systems
Market for Water Treatment Plants, Cooling Towers, Chimneys, Fuel Oil Systems and Electro-Mechanical  Equipment

Who Should Attend

The conference is targeted at
Thermal Power Generators Government and Regulatory Agencies
EPC Firms Equipment Manufacturers
Fuel Oil System Suppliers Captive Plant Operators and Developers
Cooling Towers Suppliers Other Power Producers
Independent Power Producers  BoP Equipment and Service Providers
Technology Providers State Electricity Boards and GENCOS
Ash-handling Plant Suppliers Coal-handling Plant Equipment
Water Systems Suppliers/ Water Treatment Research Institutes
Electro-Mechanical Equipment Manufacturer Organizations

Registration Fee

Registration fee


INR 18,000 per delegate (12.36% service tax)

10% discount for


Group of 3 executives from the same organization

15% discount for


Group of 5 from the same organization

20% discount for


Group of 7 or more from the same organization

The registration fee for State Electricity Boards and their successor units  (state-owned Gencos, Transcos and Discoms), regulatory authorities and academic  institutions will be INR 10,000 (+service tax) per participant

We look forward to your active participation in our endeavour.

Best Regards,

Aparna Sharma Manager – Conferences Tel: +91-11- 66250012 (D), 46250000 (B) Mobile: +91-8527212859, Fax: +91-11-46250099 Email:


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