The 4th Renewable Energy 2011 conference: ‘Wind’ Edition is tailored to address the issues which matter the most, and provide industry intelligence on the key pressing challenges of the supply chain industry & investors. The conference aims to offer unique insights to the best practices followed by the OEMs, component suppliers and the industry experts.

The supply chain management is crucial to the growth of wind energy sector. The relationship between manufacturers and their component suppliers has become increasingly challenging. The soaring demand for wind power requires faster ramp-up times, larger investments and greater agility to capture rapidly growing sector.

Manufacturers seek to strike a sustainable, competitive balance between vertical integration of component supplies and full component outsourcing to befit their turbine designs.

The scope of investments in wind energy is estimated to be US$3 billion per annum. Together, the Generation Based Incentive (GBI) scheme and Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) are likey to transform the Return on Investment (RoI) of the wind energy space in India.



Attendees Profile:

Academia, Angel investors, Assessment and forecasting service,Associations, Buyers & sellers of old WEG’s, Contractors, Component repairers, Consultants & certification agencies, Corporates, Financial institutions, Freight forwarders, Insurance companies, Operation & maintenance providers Project developers, R&D institutions, Surveyors, Utility providers, Wind electric generator (WEG) manufacturers, Wind farm owners, Wind monitoring and analysis systems suppliers... etc..





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