3rd Edition of The NATIONAL EXHIBITION & CONFERENCE ON RENEWABLE ENERGY was inaugurated today by Hon. Mr. Sanjeev Kumar IAS, CMD MSEDCL. The inaugural speech was delivered by Dr. Anant Sardeshmukh, Director General, MCCIA. He spoke on the spoke on the Government initiatives for promoting renewable energy. He emphasized on Solar and Green energy as the need of the hour to counter the Global warming challenges.
Mr. Sanjeev Kumar in his Keynote address said that Renewable Energy is the future and very important for India. With the cost of electricity rising; the need to explore alternative source of energy is very urgent. Comparatively the Cost of Solar energy installations is becoming more affordable. Telangana and Gujarat are leading states in installation of solar projects. Maharashtra Government has large number of PPS signed for the state since 2011.
He added that the key drivers for growth of the renewable energy would be
o Incentives from the government
o There will be a definite growth if there is a push from the demand side.
o The demand to go up by 15% by 2019-20.
The inaugural session was followed by panel discussion on Challenges to meet Renewable Energy target and another panel on towards 24/7 Renewable Energy.
Mr. Kunal Kumar IAS Municipal Commissioner, Pune Municipal Corporation spoke on Making Pune-Maximum Solar City.
The event was concluded with great interaction from all the participants.
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