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Conference on Renewable Energy in Tamil Nadu

Introduction:

Ever increasing demand for energy particularly electricity production has led to substantial greenhouse gas emission into the atmosphere with the resultant global warming and the climate change adversities. The Government of Tamil Nadu, towards its commitment to mitigate climate change effect, meeting the increasing energy requirements and thus develop its infrastructure through a low carbon pathway, has initiated number of policy measures in the state.

Renewable energy options like solar and wind power offers huge potential for power generation that would entail less dependence on fossil fuels and associated benefits. While Tamil Nadu already has significant experience with the generation and transmission of renewable energy, there are concerns relating to speedy deployment of renewable energy.

In order to discuss the above and the related issues in regards to large scale capacity augmentation of solar and wind power in the state, ASSOCHAM is organizing a Conference on “Renewable Energy in Tamil Nadu – Speedy deployment of solar and wind power” to be held on 20th March 2014 at Hotel Le Royal Meridien in Chennai, Tamil Nadu.

Objective:

The objective of the Conference is to discuss various regulatory and policy issues relating to development and deployment of renewable energy technologies in Tamil Nadu so as to evolve the implementable solutions to tap huge opportunities existing in the state and would be a platform for exchange of ideas by various stakeholders.

Key Issues:

• Solar PV Potential in Tamil Nadu

• Enforcing Renewable Purchase Obligations

• Making off – Grid PV Viable

• Incentive by the State Government to RE producers

• Creating 50 GW of Wind Power by 2020

• Solar UMPPs

• Concentrated Solar Thermal Energy, Prospect and Issues

• Rooftop Solar: As next Big Market Driver of Solar in India

• Status of manufacturing Renewable Component

• Role of multilateral agencies

• Renewable Energy finance in Tamil Nadu

• Financing of Renewable Energy off grid project in rural area

Target Audience:

• Policy Makers and Regulatory Authorities

• Senior government officials

• Open – Access consumers

• DISCOMs

• RPO obligated entities

• SPO obligated entities

• Officials from private & Public Sector Units

• Industry Leaders

• Banks, Investors and Financial Institutes

• Energy Traders / Associates

• Advisory Group, Advisors & Consultants

• Technology Providers

• R & D institutions

• Legal, Tax, & Technical Consultants

Time, Date and Venue:

Registration: 09:30 AM – 10.00 AM

Date: The Thursay, 20th March 2014

Venue: Hotel Le Royal Meridien, GST Road, Chennai

For further details, please contact:

Ms. Anju Mehar

M: 09717020360

E: anju.mehar@assocham.com

Ms. Regina Rose Xavier

M: 09868220152

E: energy@assocham.com

Mr. Narendra Mishra

M: 09891766968

E: narendra.mishra@assocham.com

Mr. Ankit Shukla

M: 09953470428

E: ankit.shukla@assocham.com

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