LED Expo 2023, the grand extravaganza of the illumination industry, is just around the corner and it promises to be an unmissable event for both industry professionals and enthusiasts alike. This vibrant event is set to illuminate the heart of New Delhi with its dazzling display of trailblazing technologies, featuring 180+ exhibitors, including 54 new entrants from India and six countries.
Mark the calendars for this extraordinary gathering slated to take place at IEML, Greater Noida, from 2 – 4 November 2023. The show will unveil a breath-taking array of 1,000+ products and 3,000+ brands that will leave attendees inspired. The event will see participants like Adsun Lighting, Bhagwati Lighting Industries, Bright Power Semicon, C B Electric, Calcom Vision, Caterlux, Epsori, Inventronics, IMEE LED, Kevin Electrochem, Inventronics, Mantra Lite, Network INC, Panitek Smart Energy, Zylos and many more. The show will see innovation from countries including India, China, Italy, Finland, Hong Kong, Switzerland and UAE.
Set on a growth trajectory, the LED lighting market in India has been growing rapidly due to increasing awareness of energy efficiency, urbanisation, infrastructure development and a growing emphasis on smart lighting solutions. The demand for LEDs is witnessed across sectors and is evolving towards the development of smart lighting solutions, connected lighting systems, human-centric lighting and Internet of Things (IoT) integration. These innovations enable enhanced controls, customisation and efficiency of LED lighting systems contributing to sustainability.
Expressing his invaluable perspective on ‘LED’, Mr Amal Sinha, Director, BSES Rajdhani Power Limited, stated: “As India surges forward, renewable energy is becoming the mantra of our energy security. Technologies like LEDs, EVs and solar are not just alternatives but are paving the way for a brighter and greener future. I am confident that this platform will illuminate the path to ‘smart’ lighting, championing a sustainable way of life for all.”
Mr S Krishnan, I.A.S., Secretary, Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology (MeitY), shared: “LEDs energy efficiency has proved to be the most cost-effective option to meet the energy requirements of the economic growth while minimizing the impact on global climate change. I hope that this event will provide a further boost to the LED products manufacturing ecosystem in India.”
Ms Vibha Dhawan, Director-General, The Energy and Research Institute, stated: “Led Expo will leave a mark and transform geographies, perspectives and lives as it promotes a space for a deeper stakeholder engagement and solution exchange. This platform creates a unique opportunity to co-create our future pathway and make cities smart, liveable and sustainable through the imaginative and innovative solutions.”
Expressing his enthusiasm for the event, Mr Raj Manek, Executive Director and Board Member, Messe Frankfurt Asia Holdings Ltd, shared: “Our show LED Expo 2023 is a beacon of innovation and a celebration of the strides made in the lighting industry. I am glad to share that we have 250+ new product launches taking place at the show which will entice the visitors to know about new breakthroughs in the lighting industry. This edition is all the more special as we are honoured to associate with Council of Architecture which will expand the network with architects and interior designers and at the same time lead to wonderful synergy between architects and lighting companies.”
This edition of LED Expo is first-of-its-kind with panel discussion and sessions in collaboration with Council of Architecture (COA). On this association, Ar Abhay Purohit, President, Council of Architecture expressed his views as: “It gives me immense pleasure to say that the Council of Architecture has associated with LED Expo New Delhi. It would be a great opportunity for all the stakeholders to explore the potential of new and emerging lighting technologies in India. We are looking forward to the discussions and deliberations on how the cutting-edge technologies would transform architectural projects.”
2nd November | 02:30pm to 4.00 pm:
The panel discussion will be conducted exclusively in association with the Council of Architecture led by the leading Architects, Lighting Designers and Members from the Lighting Fraternity expressing ideas and thoughts on the essence of light in spaces.
Following are the topics:
– Synergising future lighting projects by implementing advanced human centric and environmentally sensitive lighting
– Illumination vs Experience: The Designers Choice
– Technology v/s Creativity: Beyond Illumination
– Followed by a workshop conducted by the Women in Lighting on the “Mastering the art of integrating design and lighting products for the lighting enthusiasts and a session on ‘The Story of Light: from Mundane to Magnificent’ by the Interior Designer Lipika Sud
3rd November 02:30pm onwards:
– Introduction to LACMA and its achievements
– MSME’s demand for SPECS relaxation in Govt. Business
– Future Trends in illumination business
What sets LED Expo 2023 New Delhi apart from its previous edition is the launch of 250+ new products, promising a tantalising glimpse into the future of illumination. Visitors will be the first to witness these leading-edge products that are set to redefine the lighting landscape.
According to a report by IMARC Group, the Indian LED lighting market size reached USD 3.4 billion in 2022 and is expected to reach USD 11.9 billion by 2028, exhibiting a growth rate CAGR of 23.38% during 2023 – 2028, while the Indian smart lighting market is expected to exhibit a growth rate CAGR of 31.6% during 2024 – 2029.
The show is supported by the prestigious industry body and associations that include: Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology (MeitY), Bureau of Energy Efficiency a unit of Ministry of Power, Luminaire | Accessories | Components | Manufacturers Association (LACMA), Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL), MNRE, Indian Building Congress, The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) and BSES Rajdhani Power Limited.