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By Our Correspondent: This is what happens when you add a dash of rhythm and tune to an event apparently meant for different stakeholders of energy, more particularly, sustainable energy sector. A team of young and talented artists from the US and Kolkata turbocharged a pact audience at lush green lawn of the Press Club Kolkata. The same audience who were all ears to a group of powerful speakers speaking on “Fuel Economy: The Road Ahead” during the earlier parts of the day, turned out to be the most discerning music aficionado post sundown, when young musicians like Sangeeta Das, Amitaditya Sanyal (both singers), ably supported by Aditya Narayan Banerjee, Kaustav (Rana) Sarkar, Sandeep Banerjee and Gaurav Dutta (in different musical instruments) took the stage. “Energy Ensemble”, the only comprehensive magazine from Eastern India, covering the entire spectrum of the energy sector, in association with Press Club, Kolkata and Environmental Education Media Project (EEMP) has organised a a seminar titled “Fuel Economy-The Road Ahead” at Press Club Kolkata on 26th February, 2018. Shri Sobhandeb Chattopadhyay, Hon’ble minister in-charge of power & non-conventional energy sources, Government of West Bengal graced the occasion as the Chief Guest. Tim Patterson, CEO, Fuel Economy Soution, UK, gave the keynote address. Mr Patterson is a 2 times global award winner, Tim was presented with the 2015 Global Green Future Leadership Award by the World CSR Congress in Mumbai. In 2016, following a research finding by the World Sustainability Congress Tim was presented with a 100 Global Sustainable Leaders award at their annual event in Dubai. Other speakers at the seminar included Shri Ambarish Dasgupta, Senior Partner, Intueriglobal Consulting LLP and member, State Planning Board (who was also former president Bengal Chamber of Commerce and former Head-Management Consulting Practice, KPMG in Inda), Shri Kunal Bhattacharya, President-Business Strategies, Suncraft Energy. The seminar was attended by topnotch of industry including top representatives from Bengal National Chamber of Commerce, Eastern Chamber of Commerce, KPMG in India, Shrachi Group, Srei Group, DVC, West Bengal Electricity Regulatory Authority, CESC, Corbis, DCB Consultants, among others and a large number of representatives from media. But a higher voltage energy awaited them at the evening. The seminar was followed by a cultural extravaganza- ‘Rainbow Tunes’ in association with event management group-EXplicit and performed by MUSIX. “And believe you me, the evening energy generated by these young talents was no less infectious,” aptly says Dhrubajyoti Sengupta, a music connoisseur of good music and founder, Explicit.
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