In the morning, Prime Minister Modi will inaugurate the ONGC Sea Survival Centre in Betul village, South Goa, and later he will also officially launch India Energy Week.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to inaugurate India Energy Week 2024 in Goa on Tuesday. Additionally, he will dedicate the permanent campus of the National Institute of Technology (NIT) to the nation, while also laying foundation stones for various projects with a combined cost exceeding ₹1,330 crore.
PM Modi is set to deliver a speech at the Viksit Bharat, Viksit Goa 2047 program.
The PM will kick off India Energy Week and the ONGC Sea Survival Centre in the morning at Betul village in South Goa. According to a statement from the Prime Minister’s Office, he would take part in the afternoon Viksit Bharat, Viksit Goa 2047 program at Fatorda. “The prime minister’s main area of attention has been achieving ‘aatmanirbharta,’ or self-reliance in energy requirements. The PMO stated that India Energy Week 2024, which will take place in Goa from February 6 to 9, is another step in this direction.
It will bring together the whole energy value chain and be the largest and only comprehensive energy expo and conference in India. It will also act as a catalyst for the country’s energy transition ambitions. According to the statement, the PM will host a roundtable with CEOs and experts from the global oil and gas industry. One of the main goals of India Energy Week 2024 will be to support, nurture, and integrate entrepreneurs within the energy value chain. It said that over 35,000 guests, more than 900 exhibitors, and about 17 energy ministers from various nations are anticipated to attend.
Today, Prime Minister Modi will inaugurate India Energy Week in Goa.
There will be six country pavilions at Energy Week: the US, Germany, the Netherlands, Russia, and Canada. A dedicated Made in India pavilion will also be set up to present cutting-edge energy-related solutions that Indian MSMEs are leading the way in developing. To meet the needs of students, teachers, and staff at the school, the recently constructed NIT Goa campus features a variety of amenities, including complexes for different wings, dormitories, a health center, staff quarters, an amenity center, a sports area, and other utilities. The National Institute of Watersports’ new campus will be dedicated to the public by the prime minister as well.
The institute will launch 28 customized courses designed to promote the growth of watersports and water rescue activities, serving the needs of both the general public and the armed forces, according to the statement. In addition, Modi will open a 100 TPD integrated waste management facility in South Goa, which has a 500 KW solar power plant that produces excess electricity and is intended for the scientific treatment of 60 TPD of wet waste and 40 TPD of dry waste. He will set the groundwork for the Passenger Ropeway, as well as related tourism operations, which would connect Panaji to Reis Magos in North Goa.
The foundation stone for the construction of a 100 MLD water treatment plant in South Goa will be laid by the PM, according to a press statement.
He will distribute appointment orders to 1,930 new government personnel from various departments as part of the Rozgar Mela, as well as sanction letters to beneficiaries of several assistance initiatives.