India Ceramics Asia 2020 Exhibition


At the India Ceramics Asia Exhibition in Gandhinagar, Gujarat from 3 - 5 March 2020, Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) set up an exhibition booth to showcase the E3 (Energy Efficient Enterprise) certification scheme. BEE acknowledging the vast scope for energy efficiency in the sector, has come up with a voluntary “Energy Efficient Enterprise” or E3 certification scheme for brick making enterprises. The aim of the certification is to attract consumers to resource-efficient and lighter bricks.

BEE’s exhibition was supported by the Indo-German Energy Forum (IGEF) and GIZ. The exhibition was visited by over 130 brick industry stakeholders including Mr. Devendra Prajapati, All India Brick & Tiles Manufacturers Association, Mr. Yogesh Agarwal and Mr. Ashok Tiwari, Bengal Brick-field Owners Association and Senior Representatives of European Ceramic Technology Suppliers. Overall over 60 unique companies visited the booth.

On 5 March BEE organized a side event to receive inputs on how to further operationalise the E3 certification scheme. The side event was attended by senior representatives of the brick industry, experts as well as European technology suppliers. The 15th annual edition of Indian Ceramics Asia is India’s leading annual trade fair and conference for the ceramic and brick industry with the presence of all leading companies showcasing a wide range of ceramics and brick latest machinery, high-quality raw materials, analysis and laboratory equipment, technical ceramics, equipment for storage, materials handling and much more used in the bricks industry. Indian Ceramics 2020 hosted nearly 200 exhibitors and attracted over 4000 participants.