Financing & Regulatory Issues in Renewable Energy
- Trends and Challenges-

13 October, 2014, Hotel Royal Plaza - New Delhi

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There has been an increasing focus on augmenting renewable capacity in the country to address issues relating to climate change and fuel availability. Various policy and regulatory initiatives including fiscal incentives have facilitated the development of renewable energy sector in the country. In fact, the renewable energy sector has witnessed significant growth in recent time.
Availability of funds for financing projects remains a key issue for renewable energy sector in India. Financing of such projects typically depends on the risks scenario, which varies across projects with huge demand-supply gap in energy front; there are major opportunities for financing and investment in this highly potential sector.
In this context Government’s focus on accelerating implementation of the green energy corridor and deployment of solar energy projects assume major significance.  However, financing of renewable energy projects typically depends on the risk scenario which varies across projects
In order to discuss the above and related issues, ASSOCHAM is organizing a Seminar on “Financing & Regulatory Issues in Renewable Energy” on 13th  October 2014 at Hotel Royal Plaza in New Delhi.
The objective of the Conference is to discuss various regulatory measures, policy initiatives and financing options relating to development and deployment of renewable energy technologies in the country, so as to evolve the implementable solutions and would be a platform for exchange of ideas by various stakeholders.
Key Issues
  • RE Sector in India : Potential and status
  • Bridging the gap in regulatory and policy mechanism
  • Renewable Energy finance in India – through various instruments.
  • Cost and benefit analysis – Innovation in RE sector
  • Incentives (FiTs, RECs, Tax credits, carbon emissions mitigation benefits)
  • Moving towards affordable tariff.
  • REC  - Challenges in India
  • Financial instruments for project start ups
  • Financial instrument for project construction, operation and maintenance
  • Corporate finance and viability of green funds
Target Audience
  • Policy Makers and Regulatory Authorities
  • Senior government officials
  • Officials from private & Public Sector Units
  • Industry Leaders
  • Banks, Investors and Financial Institutes
  • Environmental engineers
  • Energy Traders / Associates
  • Advisory Group, Advisors & Consultants 
  • Technology Providers
  • R & D institutions
  • Legal, Tax, & Technical Consultants 

Registration Fees: 

  • Delegate Fee: Rs. 2000/- per delegate (10% discount on three or more participants from the same organisation)