15th Annual Conference on Solar Power in India

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Standard Fees

Delegates INR GST @ 18% Total INR USD
One 25,000 4,500 29,500 450
Two 40,000 7,200 47,200 700
Three 55,000 9,900 64,900 950
Four 70,000 12,600 82,600 1200


For registration process/payment to attend the conference, please contact:
Priyanka Magoo
Email: priyanka.magoo@indiainfrastructure.co.in
Tel: +91-9560433667




  • GST @18 per cent is applicable on the registration fee.
  • Registration will be confirmed on receipt of the payment.

Lead sponsorship

  • Prominent branding and logo promotion (event microsite, banners, e-brochures, social media)
  • Standalone presentation including Q&A (20-minutes)
  • Opportunity to join a relevant panel discussion (10-minutes)
  • Company logo will be displayed on the event website and the registration page
  • Company logo will be displayed in the opening and closing slide
  • Sponsor company mentioned in each promotional mailer
  • Mention in social media posts including a post on the speaker from your company
  • 10-20 complimentary logins
  • Acknowledgement of sponsor in the virtual event opening and closing remarks
  • Email/EDM featuring sponsor information to attendees and database of key contacts
  • Sharing leads generated and participant list
  • Logo to be branded on the post-event recording of the virtual event
  • Sponsor session to be uploaded for one month for views
  • Opportunity to interact virtually with the top officials in the industry


  • Branding and logo promotion (event microsite, banners, e-brochures, social media)
  • Standalone presentation including Q&A (20-minutes) OR opportunity to join a relevant panel discussion
  • 8-10 complimentary logins
  • Email/EDM featuring sponsor logo to attendees and database of key contacts
  • Sharing leads generated and participant list
  • Logo to be branded on the post-event recording of the virtual event
  • Sponsor session to be uploaded for one month for views


For sponsorship and delegate registrations, contact:

Priyanka Magoo
Email: priyanka.magoo@indiainfrastructure.co.in
Tel: +91-9560433667

The conference is being organised by India Infrastructure Publishing, the leading provider of information on the infrastructure sectors through magazines, newsletters, reports and conferences. The company publishes Power Line, Renewable Watch, tele.net, Indian Infrastructure and Smart Utilities magazines. It also publishes Power News (a weekly newsletter), and a series of reports on the energy sector, including Solar Power in India, Solar Power in Africa, Floating and Canal-based Solar PV and Wind-Solar Hybrid Market in India, and Rooftop Solar in India. It also publishes the Solar Power Directory and Yearbook and the Wind Power Directory and Yearbook.



The participants in our previous conferences on “Solar Power in India” included: ABB, ABS Industrial Verification, Accenture, Adani Ennore Container Terminal, Adani Ports and SEZ, Aditya Birla Management Corporation, Aligarh Muslim University, Amara Raja Batteries, Amplus Energy Solutions, Amplus Solar, Angelique International, Applied Materials, Applied Solar Technologies, Arctech Solar, Ardom, Ashlok, ASSOCHAM, Aurum Equity Partners, Avaada, Avnet, AZB & Partners, Barclays Securities, BPCL, Bridge To India Energy, Brookfield Advisors, BEE, C&S Electric, CRI. Pumps, CAHORS (Tek Components), Canadian Solar, CERC, CESC, Chloride Power, Chhattisgarh Biofuel Development Authority, CIALInfrastructures, Clean Energy Associates, Clean Max Enviro Energy Solutions, Cleantech Solar Energy, Cleantechica Climate Connect Technologies, CLP Wind Farm, CLSA, Corning, Coslight, CARE, CSE Development, CTR MFG, Customized Energy Solutions, Damodar Valley Corporation, DMRC, Delta Power Solutions Delton Infra, DLF Power & Services, Dupont, DVVN, Eicher Engines, ERDA, Emergent Ventures, Energy And Environment Foundation, Energy Department of the Government of Telangana, Enerparc Energy, Enrich Energy, Essel Green Energy, EverSource Advisors, Exide, Far East Promotions, First Solar, FNP Power Systems, Fortum, Fourth Partner Energy, Fronius, FUSERC, Gamesa, GE, Gensol, Genus Innovation, GETCO, Ginlong [Ningbo] Technologies, GIZ, Global Village Foundation, GMR Energy, GoodWe Power Supply, Greenko Group, GRIDCO, Grundfos Pumps, GSES India Sustainable Energy, GERC, GSECL, GVFL, Hareon Solar, Hero Future Energies, Hinduja Renewables Energy, HPCL, IHS Markit, HPGCL, Huawei Technologies, ICFI, ICICI Bank, ICRA, Idam Infrastructure Advisory IDBI, IDFC, IFCI, IFFCO, IIFCL, India Electronics Semiconductor Association, India Energy Forum, India Infradebt, Indian Energy Exchange, IOCL, Indian Railways, IREDA, Indus Towers, Induslaw, IDECK, Integrated Research and Action For Development, International Advanced Research Centre for Powder Metallurgy and New Materials (ARCI), ICAI, Intertek, Jakson& Company, Jinko Solar Co, JERC, JSW Steel, Kaco New Energy, Khaitan& Co, Kalpa Power, KEI, Kirloskar Solar Technologies, KPMG, KSTAR, L&T Infra Debt Fund, L&T Infrastructure Finance Company, Lara Global, Larsen & Toubro, LONGi Solar Technology, Luminous, Luthra & Luthra, M&I Materials India, Madhav Corp, MEDA, Maharishi Solar Technology, Maruti Suzuki, Matcos Consulting Services, Mc Nally Bharat, Meeco India, Megawatt Solutions, Meyer Burger India, Microtek, MNRE, RDSO Mitsubishi Chemical, MMRDA, Moser Baer Solar, Motilal Oswal Securities, Mundra Solar PV, National Academy of Indian Railways, NHSRC, POSOCO, NSEFI, NEC Technologies, NEEPCO, NELCO, NEDO, Nextech Electronics, NHDC, NIMOTO Solar, Nippo, Niti Aayog, NTPC, Okaya, ONGC, Optimum Tracker, Panipat Thermal Power Station, PECIPL, PEDA, Phono Solar, Portolan Solutions, Power Grid Corporation of India, Power One Microsystem, Praxair, PWC, Proinso Solar Energy Supplies, Prudent Insurance Brokers, PTC India, RAL, Rays Future Energy, REC, ReGen Powertech, Renewsys India, Research Triangle, Response Renewable Energy, Ru-arch Power, Safire Capital Advisors, Sailax, Savitribai Phule Pune University, SBI, SBI Caps, SECI, Secure Meters, Sembcorp Green Infra, Shapoorji Pallonji, Shenzhen Kstar New Energy Co, Shimato Enterprises, Siemens, SJVN, SocieteGenerale, Solairedirect Energy, Solar Arise, SolarigGensol, Solgen Energy, Solis, Soltec, Sprng Energy, Statkraft Markets, Sterling & Wilson, Sterlite Power Transmission, Sumec Group Corporation, Sun energy Consulting Services, Sungrow, SunSource Energy, Suntech Power Co., Suzlon Energy, Swelect Energy Systems, Tata Power Solar Systems, Tata Steel, TBEA Xian Electric Technology, Tek Components, Telawne Power Equipments, Telecom Network Solutions, Teri University, TerraForm Global India, The Yash Birla group, Tikona Digital Networks, Tritronics, Ujaas Energy, USHA, UPERC, Varroc Engineering, VertivCo, Vikram Solar, Vindhya Tele Links, VoltampTransformers, VS SauryaEnerTech, Waaree Energies, Welspun Energy, WWF, Zamil Infra, ZnshinePv-Tech, etc.

As we get ready to welcome you back to our “physical” conferences,the health and safety of our participants is our priority. We have a robust COVID-19 safety plan in place, for a safe and premium environment to add to your experience.

The selected venues are 5-star hotels with spacious Ballrooms. We have consciously booked these as they have large capacities though we will allow only 40-50 per cent of the total capacity. This will ensure adherence to social distancing guidelines. The hotel staff is fully vaccinated and the hotel also conducts regular RT-PCR tests for the operations and service staff.


We will be fully compliant with the government mandated rules and guidelines for organisation of the conference.


Other Safety and Health Measures:


Vaccination certificates are requested on email after registering for the conference. We would greatly appreciate if you can send the same in the common interest of health and safety.
There may also be additional requirements mandated by the hotel.


The event is subject to Force Majeure Conditions

For sponsorship and delegate registrations, contact:
Priyanka Magoo

Email: priyanka.magoo@indiainfrastructure.co.in
Tel: +91-9560433667

Harshita Wadehra
Email: harshita.wadehra@indiainfrastructure.com
Tel: +91-9871976468

Shangri-La Eros, New Delhi

  • With over 46 GW of installed capacity as of October 2021, solar power has surpassed the once leading wind power sector in India. The future of solar power is even brighter with massive auctions, an enabling policy regime and private sector investment.
  • Solar power tariffs, meanwhile, have witnessed a steep decline from Rs 3 per kWh in February 2017 to record low tariffs of Rs 1.99 per kWh in December 2020. While there were brief periods of increase in tariffs in 2018 and 2019 due to the uncertainty regarding safeguard duty as well as land and transmission challenges, they started declining again in 2020 with increased inflow of foreign equity and have now stabilised at Rs 2- Rs 2.20 per kWh level.
  • While utility-scale solar projects have historically been the dominant driver of growth in the solar space, rooftop solar and group-captive projects led by C&I consumers are fast gaining traction. These are supported by attractive cost economics and the popular opex model, which makes C&I solar a win-win for both buyers and sellers. However, the uptake of rooftop solar by residential consumers remains low.
  • Meanwhile, floating solar is becoming increasingly popular due to land acquisition challenges. With economies of scale and local manufacturing of advanced float technologies, the costs are expected to reduce in the future leading to greater uptake.
  • Other emerging areas of growth include solar-wind hybrids, round-the-clock renewables, solar plus storage and blending of solar and non-solar renewables, all of which help in ensuring firm renewable power supply to the grid.
  • Led by the Make in India initiative, domestic manufacturing of solar cells and models has received impetus in recent months. The launch of the landmark production-linked incentive (PLI) scheme, the imposition of new basic customs duty and the recent PLI auction are all expected to build confidence in the local manufacturing space and curb imports.
  • The solar power sector is also witnessing an increasing uptake of advanced digital tools in its daily operations and maintenance activities. Further, the use of automation in the form of drones and robots, and high-level artificial intelligence are also gaining traction for efficient monitoring and predictive maintenance to improve asset performance.
  • The sector continues to face various challenges such as regulatory flux, land and transmission constraints, uncertainty of payments from discoms, and lack of contract sanctity. While efforts are being made to address these issues, progress has been slow.
  • The mission of this two-day conference is to discuss the recent trends and developments shaping the solar sector, share experiences from successful projects, and deliberate on next steps to address the barriers for an improved outlook. This conference will provide a forum to policymakers, renewable energy developers, manufacturers, discoms, technology providers, consultants, and investors to share their insights.


  • How has the solar power sector performed in 2021? What were the key drivers, risks and hurdles?
  • What have been the tariff trends for standalone solar projects? How has the industry reacted to new auction designs such as round-theclock power and peak power supply?
  • What is the policy and regulatory outlook?


  • What have been the highlights for the solar power sector over the past year?
  • What are the upcoming policy interventions in the solar sector that will help address the critical barriers?
  • Is India likely to achieve its solar targets? What needs to be done to enable the country’s net-zero transition?


  • What is SECI’s tendering plan to achieve the country’s 2030 target?
  • Is SECI planning to focus more on round-the-clock and hybrid auctions rather than standalone solar auctions? What about tenders for producing green hydrogen using solar power?
  • What are the key challenges SECI foresees in meeting this target?


  • What are the investment plans of developers? In which emerging segments do you foresee the most potential?
  • What are the key concerns and hurdles?
  • What are the industry’s expectations from the government and other stakeholders?


  • What is the current share of solar power in the capacity mix? What have been the recent achievements in this space?
  • What have been the key policy and regulatory initiatives across states? What are the upcoming tenders and projects?
  • What are the main challenges and how can these be addressed?


  • What has been the progress of the Green Energy Corridors project? How have transmission constraints impacted solar power development?
  • What are the best load balancing strategies for integrating such a high capacity of solar power into the grid?
  • How can utility-scale energy storage help manage the increased influx of intermittent solar generation? What is the cost viability of grid-scale energy storage?


  • What is the perspective of manufacturers on the recent government initiatives (such as ALMM, PLI and BCD) to promote domestic manufacturing?
  • What are the key risks for manufacturers?
  • Do you think India’s domestic capabilities are sufficient to meet the country’s targets? What steps need to be taken to further scale up manufacturing?


  • How has solar power financing evolved over the years? Which are the preferred modes of financing these projects?
  • Is the surge in M&A activity likely to continue? Which emerging financing instruments are gaining traction in the solar investment space?
  • What are the biggest risks for investors and lenders? What is the future investment outlook for the solar power sector?


  • What has been the experience of consumers and developers in terms of benefits and challenges? What are the operational savings vis-a-vis grid power?
  • What are the preferred modes and business models for procuring C&I solar power? What has been the experience in terms of setting up these projects?
  • How will the recent regulation (500 kW cap) on net metering impact rooftop solar growth?


  • What has been the experience of solar-wind and round-the-clock projects in India?
  • What has been the experience in setting up and operating floating solar plants?
  • How do the tariffs compare with utility-scale solar? What are the key challenges?


  • What is the perspective of O&M players? How is the solar O&M model evolving?
  • What are the major challenges in the O&M of solar projects? What are the best practices for optimum project performance?
  • What is the current level of automation and digitalisation in the O&M of solar plants?

The conference is targeted at:

  • Project developers
  • EPC providers
  • Policymakers
  • Regulatory agencies
  • Independent power producers
  • Rooftop solar developers
  • Conventional power developers
  • Equipment manufacturers
  • PV manufacturers
  • System integrators
  • Power exchanges
  • Power exchanges
  • Technology providers
  • Consultancy organisations
  • Captive power consumers
  • Power utilities (Discoms, Transcos, Gencos)
  • Energy storage experts
  • R&D institutions
  • Law firms
  • Investors
  • Financial institutions
  • Etc.

By :

  • Shangri-La Eros,
  • New Delhi

Event Schedule Details

  • May 5, 2022 (Thursday) - May 6, 2022 (Friday)
    10:00 AM - 05:00 PM
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