The Summit

Modern living sees increasing urbanisation with cities around the world expanding and transforming the landscape. This requires cities that are smart, secure and sustainable. Cities face increasing demand from their citizens for the essentials of food, clean water and power. They also require a smarter infrastructure that includes more efficient transportation, better medical facilities, access to information for work and leisure, all in a secure environment. In parallel, the increasing pace of technology development and rising consumer demands markedly that contrasts to diminishing natural resources and climate change creates challenges that are unique to this century. So how can cities prepare for these issues and what smart solutions can be used to create secure and sustainable cities?

The Global Summit on Smart, Secure and Sustainable Cities provides a platform where decision makers, industry and other stakeholders from around the world will gather to discuss these issues. The focus for this summit will be on the “opportunities and challenges in India” in the context of smart cities, energy and power, water and waste management, IoT and cyber security, and funding and financing projects and technologies. The Summit is brought to you by India Smart Grid Forum (ISGF), a Public Private Partnership initiative of Ministry of Power (MoP), Government of India, along with India News, one of the leading Indian News channels and Knowledge Partner, Independent Power Producers Association of India (IPPAI), the oldest private power producers association in India.

Focus Areas:

  • Smart City Technologies and Solutions
  • Sustainable Development
  • Smart Infrastructure
  • Energy Management
  • New and Renewable Energy
  • Energy Storage technologies
  • Smart Waste and Water Management
  • Waste to Energy
  • Smart Grids
  • Smart Meters
  • Smart Mobility and Transportation
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Cyber Security
  • Internet of Things
  • Security for Smart Cities

Who Should Attend:

  • Municipalities and Smart City Administrators
  • Representatives from the Governments
  • Utilities and Regulators
  • Technology and Solution Providers
  • Subject Matter Experts and Academia
  • Universities, NGOs, Think Tanks and Research organisations


    • Energy and Power Sector
    • Infrastructure Sector
    • Water Sector
    • Waste Management Sector
    • Information Technology Sector
    • Security Sector