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RenewCon Solar India 2011

Mumbai, Maharashtra India
March 10-11, 2011

With the National Solar Mission in place and driving the growth of solar power generation in one of the world’s sunniest regions, there is no better time and place to invest in the Indian solar power industry. But with increased regulations, PPA challenges, the high cost of equipment and plant operation amongst others, the solar business in India is at a critical juncture, poised for growth, albeit with challenges ahead.

RenewCon Solar India 2011 brings together the key government and regulatory officials, power generation players, equipment and component providers, scientific and R&D experts, for two intensive days of business critical insights, case studies, and expert advice on making solar power projects pay!

Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to question the regulators, learn from industry leaders, and update on technological and operational advancements – both here in India and in key international locations! Mark the dates for RenewCon Solar India 2011 in your diary today and make sure that you position your organisation at the leading edge of the solar power industry.

Take advantage of this unique opportunity to update on:

  • Regulatory Guidelines – interpreting and leveraging the NSM and PPA to drive the deployment and commercialisation of solar power projects

  • Operational Efficiency – applying the latest techniques such as balance of systems methodology to drive efficiency and reduce the costs

  • Technological Advancements – applying the latest science such as advanced inverters, thin film technology, heliostat, dish and nanotechnology to enhance plant efficiency

  • Partnership Interworking – leveraging the expertise of EPCs, equipment manufacturers and international players to drive solar power projects further

  • Commercialisation – achieving cost-effective project execution to ensure the commercial viability and long term prosperity of solar power projects