India is having a "Power Full" problem. The Solution is inevitable - switch to more Renewable Energy Source, particularly solar energy in view of high solar incidence. As of 31st March 2016, total solar power capacity was 5,776MW i.e., a mere 3% of coal based power.
With about 300 clear sunny days in a year, India's theoretically calculated solar energy incidence on its land area alone is about 5,000 trillion kilowatt hours (kWh) per year (or 5 E Wh/yr). The solar energy available in a year exceeds the possible energy output of all fossil fuel energy reserves in India. The daily average solar power plant generation capacity over India is 0.25kWh per sqm of used land area, which is equivalent to about 1,500 –2,000 peak (rated) capacity operating hours in a year with the available commercially proven technologies.
Indian government reportedly committed to bring down carbon foot-print of India by 20% by 2020, i.e., reduction of about 322 million tons of CO2 per year. Remarkable efforts are needed to fulfil this commitment.
Ⅱ. Who Visit:
● Diplomats and senior government officials including policy makers and regulatory authorities
● Senior industry leaders from power, coal, chemical, petroleum and many other sectors
● Senior management teams from renowned private and public sector companies
● Entrepreneurs, technologists, operators and service providers
● Energy associates, producers and consumers
● International suppliers and trade organizations
● Equipment suppliers and service Companies
● Environmentalists, research and development scientists
● Investment banks & financial institutions
Ⅲ. Conference Topics:
★ Rooftop Solar Installations
Policy Initiative, State Initiative, Implementation issues, Financing and Net Metering
★ Solar Power Plant/ Solar Park
Role of DISCOMs, Land Acquisition, Regulatory issues in solar Power Plant/ Solar Park, Status of Project Implementation in the key States, Implementation issues, New Sourcing of Financing of RE Project/ Consolidation of Sector
★ Manufacturing: 'Make in India'
Domestic Solar PV – Prospect and Challenges, Present Scenario entire value chain for Manufacturing of solar sector – Look forward, Present capacity and addition, Start Up in Renewable Energy and Technology transfer for efficiency of solar equipment