Indian corporations are actively seeking business prospects and collaborative ventures within the power generation domain, with several formalizing agreements with global counterparts at the ongoing exposition in the United States. The POWERGEN International Expo (January 23-25), organized by the Indian Chamber of Commerce (ICC) with support from the Ministry of Commerce and Industries, has drawn approximately 18 participants from the power generation, distribution, and utilities sectors.
The Indian pavilion, inaugurated by DC Manjunath, Consul General of India in Houston, and Sandipan Aich, Senior Executive Officer ICC, has witnessed numerous signings between Indian and American firms.
Sandipan highlighted examples of collaborations such as IOW Group and Reverso Pumps LLC in the US partnering with CBS Technologies from India, and Danefoam Technologies from Miami planning to procure firefighting foam and equipment from Integrated Fire Protection Pvt Ltd in Kolkata.
Furthermore, Steam Equipments from Pune inked two Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs) with Texas-based EPC Industries Inc. and Chicago-based Tek-trol Technology Solutions.
Manjunath engaged in substantive discussions with industry leaders, gaining insights into sustainable futures and cutting-edge technologies. “It was a pleasure to tour the India Pavilion at the POWERGEN International Expo, witnessing major players in power generation presenting their product lines alongside top international companies. The expo holds vast potential for Indian firms to engage in the US power generation industry,” expressed Manjunath to PTI.
Sandipan emphasized that the expo served as a platform for international stakeholders to explore India’s pioneering innovations in the power sector, forge connections with industry leaders, and delve into collaborative opportunities.