India's Largest Exhibition and Conference for the Solar Industry. It takes place again at the Bombay Exhibition Centre (BEC) in Mumbai from December 5-7, 2017. The event’s exhibition and conference both focus on the areas of photovoltaics, PV production technologies, energy storage systems and solar thermal technologies. Since being founded, Intersolar has become the most important industry platform for manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, service providers and partners of the solar industry.
We thank all exhibitors and visitors for making Intersolar India a unique event! We are looking forward to welcoming you on December 5-7, 2017, when Intersolar India opens its doors for the seventh time.
Ⅱ. Exhibit Scope:
◆ PV Production Technologies
◆ Energy Storage Systems
◆ Solar Thermal Technologies
Ⅲ. Why Exhibit:
1. In The Spotlight: Solar Industry Players
● The world’s largest exhibition for the solar industry and its partners
● More than 9,000 solar professionals expected
● Valuable b2b contacts
● Establish new and maintain existing business partnerships
● Strong media presence (100 journalists (expected))
● Complimentary press release service
● Largest and most international solar market platform in India
● Worldwide Intersolar exhibition network (events in Munich, San Francisco, Beijing and São Paulo)
● 12 international representation offices
● Latest products and developments
● International marketing opportunities
3. Accompanying Programs
● Product presentation platform at the Presentation Stage
● World-class conference program Industry renowned
● Intersolar AWARD Program
● Interactive workshops and seminars
Ⅳ. Press Release:
12,000 visitors, 800 conference attendees and 240 exhibitors: October 21 marked the end of the hugely successful eighth Intersolar India, India’s largest exhibition and conference for the solar industry, which was held at the Bombay Exhibition Centre in Mumbai. The number of visitors was 10% higher than at the previous year’s event, and the number of exhibitors increased by an impressive 20%. The positive development of the Indian solar market was noticeable at the exhibition. Businesses and investors made the most of the opportunity to network, and numerous agreements and collaborations were initiated. The organizers also reported positively on the conference, where around 800 attendees discussed India's solar industry with 122 speakers.
The accompanying conference took place in parallel on October 19 and 20. A central topic was private and industrial rooftop systems. In the session Commercial & Industrial Rooftop Systems – Field Experience in India, Dr. Nalin Shinghal, Chairman and Managing Director of Central Electronics Ltd., explained that rooftop systems will achieve grid parity in the near future. This is an important step, since although India plans to install 40 GW of solar capacity on private rooftop systems, its current capacity is just 800 megawatts. Sukesh Kumar Jain, Power Secretary for the Government of the National Capital Territory of Delhi, told the session titled Residential Rooftop Systems – System Design and Field Experience in India that the city will play a central, pioneering role. By 2020, he said, 1 GW of private rooftop systems should be installed there, with a further GW installed by 2025. There was also discussion around the challenges facing the expansion of private rooftop systems. Arvind Karandikar, Managing Director at Nexus Energytech Pvt. Ltd., mentioned that the financing of these systems must be structured more simply and that business models in this area need better support.