Research and Markets: Solar Today Conference 2013 - Network with the who's-who of the Solar World

DUBLIN--()--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/v2cjq8/solar_today) has announced the addition of the "Solar Today Conference 2013" conference to their offering.

15th March, 2013

Venue: New Delhi, India

India's National Solar Mission aims to increase solar capacity from about 500 MW currently to 20,000 MW of grid-connected solar by 2022. Amidst much applause for the policy push from the Prime Minister's pet project arise several questions about viability, pricing and costs, and thereby, about emerging research and technology that can help reduce the costs and the price. "Solar Today Conference 2013" will bring together a collective assembly of the implementing agency heads in the central and state governments, industry leaders, policymakers, techies, researchers and innovators, and independent analysts to deliberate over the National Solar mission and untie the tricky knots that confront implementation of a good policy.

Focus Areas

- Finance

- Technology

- Policy

- Research & Development

- The investment, incentives & tariff matrix

Who will attend

* Domestic & International Solar Industry

* Policymakers & stakeholders

* Engineers

* Manufacturers & Project Development Companies

* Solar Equipment & Construction Companies

* Solar Technology Companies & R & D Chiefs

* Consultants & Solutions Providers

* Banking Sector, Investors & Capital Markets

Benefits of attending

  • Take stock of the learnings from phase one of the Mission (such as roadblocks to component imports)
  • Realize why PV and other component manufacture in India has not exactly gone through the roof, and whether we need a limiting factor on imports
  • Understand success stories (including Gujarat state's ability to saturate itself with investments despite a miserly policy on subsidy)
  • Discuss how India's poor execution capabilities can be offset with technology
  • Identify the inverse proportion between volumes and costs inherently built into JNNSM, and how governments can promote this natural advantage
  • Understand projected timeline of converging prices between conventional and solar energy
  • Discover the new technology inventions, technological innovations and R&D that's happening around the world and is most relevant to Indian application
  • Learn how volumes can be built up through various applications: rooftop, other retail, industrial and domestic and how these can be enabled through tweaking the rewards slightly
  • Help the government firm up execution of the impending phase two of JNNSM
  • Network with the other who's-who of the solar world

Key Topics Covered:

  • To take stock of the learnings from phase one of the Mission, such as roadblocks to component imports
  • To find out why PV and other component manufacture in India has not exactly gone through the roof, and whether we need a limiting factor on imports
  • To study and understand success stories (including Gujarat state's ability to saturate itself with investments despite a miserly policy on subsidy)
  • To discuss how India's meager execution capabilities can be offset with technology
  • To identify the inverse proportion between volumes and costs inherently built into Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (JNNSM), and how governments can promote this natural advantage
  • To understand projected timeline of converging prices between conventional and solar energy
  • To discover the new technology inventions, technological innovations and R&D that is happening around the world and is most relevant to Indian application
  • To discuss how volumes can be built up through various applications-rooftop, other retail, industrial and domestic-and how these can be enabled through tweaking the rewards slightly
  • Help the government firm up execution of the impending phase two of JNNSM

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/v2cjq8/solar_today

Contacts

Research and Markets
Laura Wood, Senior Manager
press@researchandmarkets.com
U.S. Fax: 646-607-1907
Fax (outside U.S.): +353-1-481-1716
Sector: Energy and Natural Resources, Solar Power

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Contacts

Research and Markets
Laura Wood, Senior Manager
press@researchandmarkets.com
U.S. Fax: 646-607-1907
Fax (outside U.S.): +353-1-481-1716
Sector: Energy and Natural Resources, Solar Power