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India GRI Infra & Energy 2022

Wednesday, 12th October

The main on-ground meeting of leaders active in the Indian infrastructure and energy market

The 3rd edition of annual India GRI Infra & Energy 2022 will return in October in New Delhi. The event will unite the most senior infrastructure investors, developers, operators, lenders and advisers active in India for a day of candid, behind-closed-door discussions and high-level networking.

Unlike a typical conference, GRI meetings have no speakers or presentations. Instead, decision makers join informal and collegial discussions in which everyone participates. Reconnect with your peers, forge new business partnerships and continue the conversation afterward.

Opening Session, 10:00 - 11:00

Investor Perception on Infrastructure

Optimism or Caution?

  • What is the investor appetite for the infrastructure sector post pandemic disruption? 
  • What has been the impact of the pandemic on valuations and return expectations? Is now the right time to enter and continue growing in India's infrastructure and energy markets?
  • What are the big risks for investors and what can be done to mitigate them? 
  • What steps can be taken to get more investment from overseas investors?
Discussion, 11:25 - 12:25

GATI Shakti

A pipe dream towards seamless multimodal transport?

  • What steps can be taken to bridge the gap between macro-planning and micro-implementation of GATI SHAKTI?
  • How are the investors and operators gearing up to facilitate GATI SHAKTI?
  • What realistic impact can be expected on logistic cost?
  • What paradigm changes are expected on how the industry and economy functions?
Discussion, 12:50 - 14:00

Pathway to Net Zero

Is there a collective sense of urgency?

  • Is India getting ready for a complete disruption towards renewable and cleaner energy?
  • What bold measures are needed given the development priorities of the country?  
  • How is the matrix changing with hydrogen, batteries, nuclear energy?
  • What are the opportunities for partnerships with other countries? What are the opportunities for developers and investors?
  • What is the overall impact on infrastructure and energy sectors?
Discussion, 15:00 - 16:15

ESG in Perspective

A mainstay in corporate financial planning?

  • How is the ESG framework and reporting evolving in India? 
  • How are the ESG considerations in investment decisions and the financial ecosystem? 
  • What is the demand for ESG-aligned instruments? 
  • What are the key challenges? How can they be addressed? What can be learnt from global experience?
Closing Session, 16:45 - 18:00

InvITs

Meeting the NMP targets

  • What are the investor/concessionaire sentiments about NMP? 
  • What is the year 1 performance of NMP?
  • Which monetisation models are preferred (TOT, OMT, OMD, COT, InvITs, REITs)?
  • How has the ecosystem for InvITs evolved? What lessons have been learnt? What worked, and what did not? 
  • What is the way forward for InVITs, given the favourable regulatory framework? 
Who joins?

Some of the past attendees include

The 3rd edition of the India GRI Infra & Energy 2022 meeting in New Delhi aims to:


Discuss themes in an informal format, in which everyone can participate and interact

Share solutions to the most common challenges of the emerging markets

Build new business opportunities with global investors

Debate strategic topics to define the future of the infrastructure sectors

Connect yourself with peers and meet new partners

Schedule

Wednesday, October 12th 2022
Close See complete schedule
08:00am - 06:00pm

Some of the past attendees include

10:00am - 11:00am

Investor Perception on Infrastructure

Optimism or Caution?

  • What is the investor appetite for the infrastructure sector post pandemic disruption? 
  • What has been the impact of the pandemic on valuations and return expectations? Is now the right time to enter and continue growing in India's infrastructure and energy markets?
  • What are the big risks for investors and what can be done to mitigate them? 
  • What steps can be taken to get more investment from overseas investors?
11:25am - 12:25pm

GATI Shakti

A pipe dream towards seamless multimodal transport?

  • What steps can be taken to bridge the gap between macro-planning and micro-implementation of GATI SHAKTI?
  • How are the investors and operators gearing up to facilitate GATI SHAKTI?
  • What realistic impact can be expected on logistic cost?
  • What paradigm changes are expected on how the industry and economy functions?
12:50pm - 02:00pm

Pathway to Net Zero

Is there a collective sense of urgency?

  • Is India getting ready for a complete disruption towards renewable and cleaner energy?
  • What bold measures are needed given the development priorities of the country?  
  • How is the matrix changing with hydrogen, batteries, nuclear energy?
  • What are the opportunities for partnerships with other countries? What are the opportunities for developers and investors?
  • What is the overall impact on infrastructure and energy sectors?
03:00pm - 04:15pm

ESG in Perspective

A mainstay in corporate financial planning?

  • How is the ESG framework and reporting evolving in India? 
  • How are the ESG considerations in investment decisions and the financial ecosystem? 
  • What is the demand for ESG-aligned instruments? 
  • What are the key challenges? How can they be addressed? What can be learnt from global experience?
04:45pm - 06:00pm

InvITs

Meeting the NMP targets

  • What are the investor/concessionaire sentiments about NMP? 
  • What is the year 1 performance of NMP?
  • Which monetisation models are preferred (TOT, OMT, OMD, COT, InvITs, REITs)?
  • How has the ecosystem for InvITs evolved? What lessons have been learnt? What worked, and what did not? 
  • What is the way forward for InVITs, given the favourable regulatory framework? 
During the event the following safety measures will be implemented:

 
The use of a face mask is mandatory at all times, except when consuming food and beverages
Participants must sanitize their hands regularly (antibacterial hand sanitizer available at the hotel)
Avoid handshakes
Maintain the assigned distance between seats

Meet our exclusive format

GRI has no speakers, no presentations. Instead, you have a selection of closed-door discussions where everyone can participate.
Much like a conversation in your own living room, the dynamic environment allows you to engage with your peers in an informal and collegial setting.
We preserve this traditional format even in our on-line meetings.

See what participants have to say

“GRI Club has an effective platform for both strategic players and investors to meet and exchange views. The organised meetings and forums are always current and relevant. The network is blossoming within India and beyond”
Boon Chin Hau
Boon Chin Hau
Head of Emerging Markets Investments
GIC
Boon Chin Hau
Boon Chin Hau
Head of Emerging Markets InvestmentsGIC
Singapore
Chin Hau joined the GIC Infrastructure Group in 2008 and currently has lead coverage responsibility for the Emerging Markets. Prior to joining GIC, Chin Hau was an Investment Manager at Pulsar Energy Capital where he invested in projects across the energy sector in Europe and the Americas. Before Pulsar, Chin Hau was a member of the Infrastructure advisory team at Credit Suisse covering a range of projects in transport, logistics and aerospace. He began his career at Singapore Power where he managed natural gas pipeline projects. Chin Hau has a MEng degree from Imperial College London and an MBA from the University of Chicago.
“GRI Club in India is a great initiative to bring together investors and developers in the infrastructure market to discuss long-term solutions that will enhance institutional investments and quality of infrastructure in India; we can expect this forum to become an important medium to voice opinions and provide proactive and practical solutions to many challenges.”
Saurabh Agarwal
Saurabh Agarwal
Managing Director, Infra, South Asia
CDPQ
Saurabh Agarwal
Saurabh Agarwal
Managing Director, Infra, South AsiaCDPQ
India
Saurabh Agarwal is the Managing Director, Infrastructure, spearheading CDPQ’s infrastructure investment efforts in South Asia, based in New Delhi, India. He is responsible for strategy development, sourcing, evaluating, executing and managing high-quality investments, as well as developing long-term partner relationships in the region. Saurabh has 19+ years of experience in financial and technology sectors. At CDPQ, he leads CDPQ’s investments across sectors including utilities, renewables, transportation, telecom and social.

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Anil Khandelwal
Anil Khandelwal
Principal Executive Director, GATI ShaktiMinistry of Railways
India
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New Delhi | Delhi | India
Ashwani Sharma
Ashwani Sharma
COO, ROADIS IndiaROADIS
India
Avinash Anurag
Avinash Anurag
Sr. Vice PresidentSBI Capital Markets
India
Baldeo Purushartha
Baldeo Purushartha
Joint SecretaryDepartment of Economic Affairs
India
He Joined the Indian Administrative Service (IAS) in 2002. Before joining as Joint Secretary, Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance, Government of India, he served as Secretary, Lokpal and Divisional Commissioner, Jalandhar, Punjab from 08/2018 to 01/2020. He also served in various field and secretariat positions in the Government of Punjab and Government of India. Among the posts he has held are Private Secretary to Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) in the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs; Director, Industries and Commerce Department, Punjab; Director, Technical Education and Industrial Training, Punjab, Commissioner, NRI, Punjab and Special Secretary, Expenditure, Punjab.
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+91 11 23093881
New Delhi | Delhi | India
Deepak Khurana
Deepak Khurana
Director (I&A), South Asia & ASEANLondon Stock Exchange Group
India
Dinesh Jagdale
Dinesh Jagdale
Joint SecretaryMNRE
India
Shri. Dinesh Jagdale is currently serving as the Joint Secretary, Ministry of New and Renewable Energy. Shri. Jagdale is Graduate in Electronics Engineering with Master’s in Business Administration with specialization in Marketing and has 29 years of rich experience in electrical & renewable industry. An innovative thinker, Self-motivated, visionary professional has spent 19 years of his career working in Renewable Industry in various capacities.He has been actively involved as consulting personnel in formulation of state government policies for Wind & Solar Energy generation, striking a balance between developers of the project & sustainability of the transmission and distribution companies.
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New Delhi | Delhi | India
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