GO NORTH-EAST 2014 an initiative by Supreme & Co. Pvt. Ltd

July 28, 2014

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A half day Summit was organised at Landmark Hotel, Guwahati on Friday, 6th June 2014. The Inaugural summit was titled GO NORTH-EAST 2014 and its Principal sponsor was Supreme & Co Pvt. Ltd., Kolkata.

June 10, 2014

Press Release:

The Northeast of India is endowed with huge untapped natural resources and is rich biodiversity. It is acknowledged as the eastern gateway of India’s Look-East Policy. It shares the international boundaries of India with China, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal and Myanmar. Generously endowed with vast stretches of fertile land, rich expanse of forests and substantive mineral and hydrocarbon deposits, India’s northeast is potentially one of the richest geographical units of the country. The present economic policy framework for the Northeast region is based on its political economy and a cultural approach, adjusted with a regional planning model. It is implemented mainly through the Planning Commission and the Northeast Council. Despite huge financial investments, this has failed to produce desired results. With Myanmar becoming a member of the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN), a common market of 500 million consumers is at the doorstep of the Northeast.

A half day Summit was organised at Landmark Hotel, Guwahati on Friday, 6th June 2014. The Inaugural summit was titled GO NORTH-EAST 2014 and its Principal sponsor was Supreme & Co Pvt. Ltd., Kolkata.

Mr. Golap Kr. Das, MD of AEGCL, Mr. Rathindra Lal Barua, MD, APDCL and Mr. K N War, Director of MePDCL highlighted the opportunities in North eastern states and welcome the idea of the summit. Mr. K. Haridoss of North Eastern Council unfortunately provided the information that Mr. P K H Singh, Advisor, NEC was supposed to present in the summit but was unable to do so due to an emergency meeting at Delhi. Mr. Harish Agarwal, Chairman, organizing Committee provided the introduction and context for the organization of this inaugural event

Technical presentations on Compact Transmission Line, Emergency Restoration of Transmission Line by Mr. Harish Agarwal of Supreme & Co and Smart Grid by Mr. Gautam Agarwal of Suprme Gridtech were highly appreciated by the audience and were highly interactive. Mr. Ajay Mahajan of IEEMA introduced iNTELECT 2015 to be held at Mumbai, Mr. Ganesh Parker of Fairact spoke about Power Elec-East Expo to be held at Kolkata during February 2015, Yokogawa India Ltd gave a presentation on Process Automation and Mr. Anit Ghosh of Supreme & Co presented on Geo Energy .
The Summit has provided a platform to different industries and utilities in Eastern and North Eastern States to exchange views and bring focus and attention to the potential of the Eastern and North Region in Power & other Sector. This summit had also bring together Industry stalwarts and key decision makers from various Government departments, Utilities and users from across the Eastern and North Eastern States.

go north Mr. Anith Ghose, Mr. Kesab Mukherjee, Mr. Harish Agarwal, Mr. Goutam Agarwal, and Mr. Prabhat Dhor  (Organizing committee of Go-North East 2014) Go north 1 Mr. R. L. Barua, MD APDCL is addressing in the summit go north 2 A model of Compact Transmission Line shown in the summit go north 3 Mr. Golap Kr. Das, MD AEGCL addressing the gathering go north 4 Mr. K. N. War, Director MePDCL addressing in summit go north 5 Mr. K. Haridoss of NEC go north 6 Mr. A. Mahajan of IEEMA, Mr. D Halder of Yokogawa and Mr G. Parker of Fairact in this summit


Go North-East 2014 – from vision to reality

May 30, 2014

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