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Conference on Rooftop Solar and Solar Thermal, New Delhi

Conference on Rooftop Solar and Solar Thermal

 India Habitat Center, New Delhi, 23-24 Sep 2013

Anyone who is interested in putting up a Rooftop Solar from 1Kw to 1000Mw grid connected or off grid or large scale megawatt power plant of any megawatt capacity can attend this conference on Rooftop Solar and Solar Thermal on September 23-24, 2013 in India Habitat Center, New Delhi. There are host of companies of repute involved in Rooftop Solar Installation and Rooftop Solar System Integrators, would be making their companies presentation during this conference. Policy and Regulatory matters would be discussed by speakers from CERC, CEA and DERC. People from MNRE and SECI would be in attendance to answer any queries. This conference would help individuals, companies and entrepreneurs, interested in installing Rooftop Solar either for self-consumption or commercial set up, take an informed decision. Principal Secretaries, Additional Chief Secretaries, CMDs’, MDs’ and Directors’ from nodal agencies from various states would be discussing about the shortcomings and providing information on Rooftop Solar in their states.

To attend this conference and gain knowledge about the procedures to install rooftop Solar or Solar Thermal Power Plant you need to register yourself. The Registration fee is Rs 6000 (inclusive of service tax and lunch) for two days conference. The Registration Fee can be paid by chq or dd in favour of JASUBHAI MEDIA PVT LTD. Please mention your name and mobile number at the back of the Chq or DD and send it to Jasubhai Media Pvt Ltd., 803, Chiranjeev Tower, 43, Nehru Place, New Delhi. For more information please send an email.

This is an initiative to sensitize and create awareness and help people to come forward and adopt Rooftop Solar.

Agenda & Schedule:


Day 1 – 23rd Sep, 2013

9.00–11.00

Welcome Address

Keynote Address by Shri R K Verma, Principal Secretary, Dept. of Power, Govt. of NCT of Delhi

Keynote Address by Shri Tarun Kapoor, IAS, Jt. Secretary, MNRE

Keynote Address by Dr. Ashvini Kumar, Director, SECI

Keynote Address by Shri Deepak Gupta, Former Secretary, MNRE

Renewable Energy Prospects & Development

JNNSM – Present Status & Future Plans – Vision & Success

  • Potential of Solar Radiation Data Availability
  • Experience Phase I – Problems & Solutions
  • Policy Levels

Implementation – From Paper to Rooftop

  • Status of Rooftop Solar
  • Quality / Equipment
  • Trained Manpower – Shortage & Availability
  • Issues & Challenges

11.00–11.15

Tea Break

11.15-13.15

Solar Rooftop Market in India – Panel Discussion

Session Chairman – Shri Tarun Kapoor, IAS, Jt. Secretary, MNRE

Panelists

Shri Arul Shanmugasundaram, Executive VP (Projects) & CTO, Tata Power Solar

Shri Rohit Dhar, Sr. VP & Business Head, C & S Electric Ltd

Shri Anmol Jaggi, Director, Gensol

Shri Arun Kumar, MD, SunPower

Amplus Infra

  • Sectorial Development by giving Incentives / Tax Benefits to Individuals
  • Marketing & Availability of Solar Equipment & Solar Energy
    (creating & developing the equipment market)
  • New Business Initiatives for Entrepreneurs
    (creating avenues for employment)
  • Viable Business Model for Rooftop Solar
  • Q & A

13.15-14.00

Lunch & Networking

14.00-16.00

Conceptualizing, Developing & Running Solar Rooftop Projects – Panel Discussion & Presentation

Session Chairman – Shri Rakesh Kumar, Director (PS), SECI

Panelists

Shri Arun Kumar Tripathi, Director, MNRE

Shri Santosh Kumar, Director, CREST

Ms Nicole Thomas, Australian High Commission

Shri Herzog Timon, GIZ

Shri Suman Kumar, Sun Edison

Shri Col Ajay Reddy, VP Operations, Premier Solar

  • Solar Rooftop Electricity Generation in Urban/Rural Area (Off Grid & Grid Connectivity)
  • Solar Electricity for Rural Area
    (Minigrid-Centralized & Decentralized system)
  • Role of EPC & Infrastructure Development
  • Replicating Chandigarh Experience – Presentation
  • Learning from the Australia’s Experience in Solar Energy
  • Learning from the German Experience – Presentation
  • Q & A

16.00-18.00

Policy & Regulatory Issues in Solar Rooftop Installation

Session Chairman – Shri Ravinder, Chairman, CEA

Mrs Neerja Mathur, Member (Grid Operations & Distribution), CEA

Ms Anjuli Chandra, Engg & Tariff, DERC

Shri Ravi Verma, CEA

Shri Ajay Goel, CEO, Tata Power Solar

Shri Gopal Saxena, CEO, BSES

Shri Praveer Sinha, CEO & ED, Tatapower-DDL

  • Rooftop Installation & Grid Connectivity
  • Residential & Commercial Installations
  • Consumer Benefit & Net Metering arrangement
  • Involvement of Utilities
  • Regulatory Issues
  • Policies & Permitting Issues
  • Approval & Clearances
  • Best Practice & Recommendation
  • Q & A

Day 2 – 24th Sep, 2013

09.30-11.30

Implementation of Rooftop Solar & Solar Thermal Projects – States Perspective

Chaired by Dr. Nivedita P Haran, Addl. Chief Secretary, Govt. of Kerala

Shri S R Mohanty, Principal Secretary (New & Renewable Energy), Madhya Pradesh

Shri Shailendra Agarwal, CMD, RREC

Shri Sudeep Jain, CMD, TEDA, Tamil Nadu

Shri M Kamalakar Babu, VC & MD, NREDCAP, Andhra Pradesh

Shri S K Shukla, Director, CREDA

Shri Arun Kumar Tyagi, CPO, UREDA

Nomination from KREDL

  • Hybrid Solar Thermal Projects
  • Solar Thermal for Community Cooking
  • CST & Industrial Application of Solar Thermal
  • Grid Connected Rooftop
  • Technological Advancement & Operational Efficiency (minimum space with maximum output)
  • EPC & Project Development
  • Standardization of Quality Control
  • Involvement of the Nodal Agencies of MNRE – Subsidy & Incentives
  • Logistics & Challenges Involved

 

01.30-11.45

Tea Break

11.45-13.45

Institutional & Retail Financing of Solar Projects in India

Shri Abhilakh Singh – IREDA

Shri Ojasvi Gupta, Sr VP, SBI CAPS

Shri Rahul Budhwar, VP, Strategy & Business, Tata Power Solar

Shri Amit Saxena, ICICI Bank

  • Creating Awareness & Educating the Masses
  • Innovative Marketing Strategies & Modalities
  • Evolving Ideas for Financing
  • Making Solar Products Affordable
  • Financing and Business Models
  • Initiatives and Support extended by Nodal Agencies

13.45-14.30

Lunch & Networking

14.35-15.15

Solar Thermal – Introduction

Session Chairman – Dr. Ashvini Kumar, Director, SECI

Panelists –

Shri Remesh Kumar, GM (CP & M), SECI

Shri Hemant Bhatnagar, GIZ

Shri Umakant Shende, Thermax

  • Potential and Status in India
  • Policy Framework for Solar Thermal Deployment
  • Challenges for Solar Thermal
  • Technological Development
  • Scheffler Technology for Community Cooking
  • Quality / Equipment

15.15-16.00

Efficient Storing of Captured Energy – Power Evacuation System and Technological advancements in storing media

Presentation by

Shri Anurag Garg, Schneider Electric

Shri Sanjeev Saini, Su-Kam

Shri Manoj Pande, MD, Statcon

  • Types of Inverter used in Solar Rooftop
  • New Technology for Solar Inverters
  • Lead-Acid Batteries
  • Solar Battery and its Economics
  • Energy Storage Systems for the Future of Solar energy supply
  • Solar Energy System-A Solution for the Solar Energy Storage
  • Retro fitting for existing Inverters – minimizing cost
  • Opportunities & Challenges involved

16.00-18.00

Corporate Presentation

  • For Domestic & Commercial Use
  • Developing & Strategizing Need Based Solution

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