Solar Invest – 2017

08 February, 2017, Hotel Park Hyatt- Hyderabad

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Solar power tariff have fallen below Rs. 5/kwh since November 2016 as the cost of producing power continue to decline. Solar PV tariff could reduce further due to the innovation and research that is going on to enhance manufacturing efficiency and plant output. India is expected to have an annual cell module manufacturing capacity of 5GW by 2022.
However, improving grid stability to evacuate solar power would need large investment in utility infrastructure. Land Acquisition, finalization of power purchase agreement and power evacuation are the three major risks involved with solar power projects in India.
The rooftop sector needs much stronger policy push and the total rooftop solar addition is projected to be 10-11 GW as against 40 GW target. Key challenges here are ineffective net metering policy framework and absence of more attractive debt financing solution.
In order to discuss the above and related issues, ASSOCHAM is organizing “Solar Invest 2017’ on 8th February 2017 at Hotel Park Hyatt in Hyderabad.
Issues for Discussion
  • Grid stability with increased solar energy penetration.
  • Pre-commissioning risks involved in solar project.
  • Credit profile of State Discoms.
  • Credit related issues being faced by solar projects.
  • Future growth driver of solar projects and grid parity.
  • Modular efficiency and tracking Technology.
  • Irradiance and state policies as regard to land prices, evacuation, incentive etc.

Registration Fees: 

  • Delegate Fees: Rs. 2,500/- per delegate ( 10% discount for 3 or more delegates from same company will be offered)