About the Conference:
Now in its 6th year, the CSP Today India Conference, rebranded as INDIASOL, will not only focus on the development of the CSP industry in India with the Phase II CSP project allocations getting closer, it will also have a focus on the lucrative opportunities in key markets abroad and show how businesses can get their share in emerging markets such as the Middle East and Africa.
Attracting the key players in the global CSP industry, INDIASOL 2014 is the conference to attend for those who are serious about winning bids in India and abroad in 2015.
Key Features of the Conference:
- Boost your project pipeline: Get clear on the key policies in place with insight from the leading decision makers in the Government to win upcoming PV and CSP tenders
- Export Indian solar expertise: Learn from the experts in key emerging solar markets such as Middle East and Africa on how to build your business – from understanding the important policies to creating profitable partnerships
- Grasp the lucrative off grid opportunities for your business such as government subsidies on solar water pumping, solar for desalination and enhanced oil recovery
- Prove the bankability of solar projects in India: Join the debate between developers and key investors on investment criteria and loan interest rates and secure the right finance for your projects
- Realise the future of CSP in India: Discuss and debate the key lessons learnt from NSM Phase I to be considered for the Phase II CSP allocations to ensure your proposals win bids in 2015 and beyond
- Key Government Officials from the MNRE, SECI, CERC and more who are crucial to solar success in 2015 and beyond
- National and International Solar Developers and EPCs with the most development, construction & operational experience who are looking to complete their projects on time and on budget as well as those looking to win bids in Phase II
- CSP Technology Providers and PV Panel Manufacturers across the value chain looking to supply the most cost-effective solutions
- Government Institutions’ Key Players actively involved in the legislative decision making process that is driving the CSP industry forward in India
- Tarun Kapoor, Joint Secretary – Solar, Ministry of New & Renewable Energy (MNRE), India
- Rakesh Kumar, Director, Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI)
- Ashvini Kumar, Director – Solar, Solar Energy Corporation India (SECI)
- K. Maggu, General Manager, NTPC Limited, Ministry of Power
- K. S. Popli, Chairman, Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency Ltd. (IREDA)
- Alexandre Allegue, General Manager, Sun & Life
- R. K. Tandon, Chairman & Managing Director, Sambha Salts Ltd.
- V. A. Vaghela, Director, Gujarat Energy Development Agency
- Ms. Anita George, Regional Industry Director – Asia, International Finance Corporation (IFC)
- Ms. Sunita Lukkhoo, Country Manager – South Asia, European Investment Bank
- Javier Lopez Carvajal, Product Manager – Renewable Energy, Tractabel Engineering – GDF Suez
- Dhruv Batra, CEO, Cargo Solar Power
- J. P. Tiwari, Director, Godawari Green Energy Ltd.
- Siddhartha Ghoshal, Managing Director, Areva Solar India
- Shiv Shukla, Director – Business Development, Abengoa Solar India
- Yehuda Harats, CEO & Founder, Ener-T
- Umish Srivastva, Senior Research Manager, Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. (IOC)
- U. M. Reddy, Assistant Vice President, Megha Engineering and Infrastructure Ltd.
- Praveen Saxena, Advisor & Head, National Institute for Solar Energy – MNRE
- Antonio Lopez Martinez, Energy Specialist, Asian Development Bank (ADB)
- Basant Jain, CEO, Mahindra EPC
- K. N. Subramaniam, CEO, Moser Baer Solar
- Kishor Nair, CEO, Welspun Energy
- Pashupathy Gopalan, Managing Director – South Asia & Sub-Saharan Africa, SunEdison
- Gaurav Sood, Managing Director, SolaireDirect
- Ashish Khanna, India Energy Team Leader, The World Bank