Light+LED Expo India to mark next era of lighting implementation

Light + LED Expo India is priming for its highly-anticipated opening on 3 November 2022 in New Delhi. The trade fair will display over 1000 lighting products and technologies, including a strong line-up of ‘Make in India’ products – the organisers confirmed, during Diwali.


Light + LED Expo India is all geared up for its grand opening at Pragati Maidan,New Delhi from 3 – 5 November 2022. The trade fair, poised to be India’s biggest lighting exhibition, will display an expansive range of lighting technology and solutions from more than 200 exhibitors on board.  

Jointly organised by Messe Frankfurt India and ELCOMA (Electric Lamp and Component Manufacturers Association of India), the mega trade fair will showcase over 1000 cutting-edge lighting products and applications, inclusive of finished products and accessories, lighting component and raw materials, smart lighting systems, solar lights as well as LED manufacturing equipment and machinery.

The Indian government is intently working to upscale the resourcefulness and production capacity of Indian lighting manufacturers by incentivising localisation. With an adept combination of advanced technological know-how, world-class production standards and cost advantage, the Indian lighting industry has the ability to become the world’s most lucrative lighting market. 

Giving Indian manufacturers a platform to showcase their expertise in lighting production and supporting India’s “Atmanirbhar Bharat” mission, Light + LED Expo India will exhibit a strong line-up of ‘Make in India’ products, technologies and solutions. Moreover, the trade fair will host international manufacturers from different countries to bring in the versatility of foreign lighting technologies. An enumeration of lighting and component manufacturers, including: iTvis, S2B2, Crescent Opto, Uniglobus (Polycab), LC Tech, Dominar, Persung Alloy, Accent Controls, Kevin Electro, Rabyte, Fulham, Semiconic, Componix, Juki India, Lumens Technologies, Mexitech and many more will be a part of this exhibition.

Backed by the support of the Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology (MeitY) and chief industry associations such as Energy Efficiency Services Ltd (EESL), The Energy Resources Institute (TERI), Luminaires Accessories Components Manufacturers Association (LACMA) and Indian Buildings Congress (IBC), Light + LED Expo India aims to be a key business platform for lighting manufacturers to showcase their latest lighting solutions and connect with a myriad of trade buyers and key industry figures.