Sunday, November 9, 2014

Event - Solar Energy Investment & Technology Forum 2014

This event will take place on November 14th 2014 in Bengalure. Solar Energy Investment & Technology will be hosted by UBM India, the organiser of Renewable Energy India Expo. The theme for this event is, "accelerating solar energy for growth of large and SME industries."

Bengaluru

Bangalore, officially known as Bengaluru, is the third largest city in India and is the center of India's fifth-largest metropolitan area.

Why karnataka

The Southern Indian state of Karnataka seems to be on the cusp of a solar revolution of its own.

Key sessions

Inaugural session: Special Address by Sri. G.V Balaram,Managing Director,Karnataka Renewable Energy Development Ltd
Status Of Solar Policies And Projects In Karnataka
Karnataka Industry Viewpoint On Solar Energy Investment, Solar Policy
Accelerating Solar Power For Commercial And Industrial Consumers
Evolution In Solar Technologies
Where’s the Money – A Panel Discussion on Financing RE Projects

Delegate Profile

Architects
Associations and Industry leaders
Building Owners
Consultants
Contractors
Governments and High level decision makers
Green Power Providers
Project Developers
Technology developers
Large Corporate SME's
Banks
System Integrators

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