Save Power Show - Exhibition & Conference on Renewable Energy

Save Power Show - Exhibition & Conference on Renewable Energy

 

About The Event

Save Power – Renewable Energy Conference 


Save Power – Renewable Energy Conference is first of its kind knowledge sharing platform in the state of Kerala. It aims at discussion and deliberation of opportunities and challenges by industry leaders and policy makers, to sketch the road ahead for the Renewable Energy sector in the state.

 

Panel Discussion:

‘Kerala as an emerging market for Renewable Energy: Opportunities and Challenges’


The Renewable Energy market in Kerala is opening up like never before with a series of pro-active steps taken by the Government of Kerala in the last one year. Leading national and international players have entered the industry, particularly in solar and wind. Consumers are also adopting green power in day-to-day life to lower electricity consumption. 

 

  • How is the Renewable Energy sector in Kerala shaping up? 
  • How can it avert the looming power crisis? 
  • What are the opportunities and challenges that will decide the future of this emerging market?
  • What are the opportunities for various stakeholders, consultants and service providers in the Kerala Renewable Energy sector?  

 

An elite panel consisting of policy makers, industrial leaders, technologists and consultants discuss and debate on the broad spectrum of factors that contribute to the emergence of a strong alternative energy market in Kerala and its role in the smooth mitigation of the power crisis. The discussion shall also encompass the growing business opportunities in the alternative energy segments and the support provided by policies and infrastructure. 

 

KERALA'S LANDMARK '10,000 ROOFTOPS PROGRAMME 2012 – 13' 


Kerala government's '10000 Solar Rooftop Power Plants Programme 2012-13' is a pioneering step in India's journey in the solar rooftop segment. It is also one of those very few renewable energy programmes in the country that encompass the common man within their purview, emulating the German rooftop solar model from the early 1990s. 


  • Who can apply for rooftop solar systems under this scheme and how? 
  • What are the subsidies and financial support available to applicants?
  • How will it benefit consumers in terms of their electricity consumption and expenditure?
  • What are the business opportunities for small and medium scale businesses and contractors, service providers etc. in this scheme?

A panel consisting of top executives from ANERT and other associated organisations elucidate the various aspects of the programme and create a forum for end consumers to directly address their concerns to the decision makers. 


SOLAR – TECHNOLOGY AND POLICY

 

Kerala has a potential of about 15 GW Solar power and receives an average irradiation of 5.3 kWh/sq.m./day. The rooftop solar potential in the state amounts to 6 GW. Despite the potential, installed solar capacity in the state is less than 1 MW. However, there has been a paradigm shift in favour of solar power in the last few months and the ensuing growth in solar installations has been encouraging. 

 

  • How can the growth of solar power production in Kerala be accelerated?
  • What are the technologies best suited for Kerala conditions and how do they impact the yield?
  • How strong is the policy framework that supports solar in the state and how can it be made friendlier for businesses to thrive in the Kerala solar market?

A distinguished panel consisting of industry leaders, consultants and policy experts will discuss on the various aspects that contribute to the growth of solar sector in Kerala.

 

WIND AND OTHER RENEWABLE POWER

Kerala is abundant in all forms of natural resources. It has one of the highest wind speeds in the country and the wind power potential of Kerala is speculated to be around 2 GW. It has 44 rivers and a coastline of 600km. While wind, small hydro and biogas are established sectors, other new sources of green power are emerging across the state. There has also been a massive effort by the Government of Kerala to infuse efficient utilisation of energy in homes and commercial establishments to save power.

 

  • How can wind and other renewable sources of power contribute to lowering the dependence on conventional sources?
  • What are the latest technologies in renewable power and how can they help in averting the power crisis in Kerala?
  • What role does Energy Efficiency have in the solution for power woes of Kerala?

 

The panel consisting of representatives from the industry and the government discuss the multipronged strategy for non-solar renewable power and efficient utilisation of energy as a means to address the power problems of Kerala.

 

 
Arun Kumar



Arun   Kumar



Arun Kumar

Arun Kumar

Gautam has led the development of grading matrix for Government of India-Ministry of New & Renewable Energy(MNRE) to pass on subsidy to end users of Solar Products*.These Gradings today helps MNRE in taking informed decision on credibility of companies through which subsidy is routed in Indian market. Over 350 companies have been graded under leadership of Mr.Gautam Verma in past 2 years.

Mr.Gautam Verma has worked in different roles as SAP, Manager in reputed organizations- Info Edge India Ltd and Dun & Bradstreet Information Services.

Gautam is a Class I-MBA in Finance and Marketing from Institute of Management Studies and college topper at Zakir Husain college-University of Delhi.

 

Conference Schedule :

 

10:00 – 11:00 Inauguration
11:00 – 11:30 Tea / Coffee break
11:30 – 13:00 Panel Discussion
13:00 – 13:45 Lunch
13:45 - 14:45 Kerala's landmark '10,000 Rooftops Programme 2012 – 13'
14:45 - 15:45 Solar – Technology & Policy
15:45 - 16:15 Tea / Coffee break
16:15 - 17:15 Wind & Other Renewable Power
17:15 - 17:30 Valedictory Session


Please call Mr. Shyam on + 91 8939260979 or 

email at conference@savepowershow.com

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