Two virtual conferences on Commercial and Industrial Solar Market in India & Solar Operations and Maintenance

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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 Commercial and Industrial Solar Market in India, 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.

 

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For registration and sponsorship opportunities contact:
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Major organizations represented in our previous conferences related to solar include ACME Cleantech Solutions, Adani Ports and SEZ, Amplus Energy, Angelique International, Arctech Solar, Aries Power, Artha Group of Companies, Avaada, AVI Solar, Azure Power, Balrampur Chini Mills, BEE, Bharat Electronics, Bharat Petroleum Corporation, BHEL, BIS, BMRC, BPCL, Bridge To India, Brookings India, C&S Electric, Cairn India, Canadian Solar, CARE Ratings, Central Electricity Authority, Central Electronics, CERC, CESC, CESU Odhisha, Chloride Power, Cial Infrastructure, Clean Max Enviro Energy Solutions, Cleantech Solar Energy, CLP, CLSA, Coal India, Customized Energy Solutions, Damodar Valley Corporation, Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation, Delton Infra, DERC, DLF Power & SerVices, DVVN, EESL, Emergent Ventures, Energy And Enviornment Foundation, Energy Department Govt of Telangana, Enerparc Energy, Engie, Engineering Projects, Enrich Energy, ERDA, Essel Green Energy, Export-Import Bank of India, Far East Promotions, Fortum, Fourth Partner Energy, FUSERC, Gensol, GERC, GETCO, GIZ, GMR Energy, Greenko Group, GSECL, GSES India Sustainable Energy, GVFL, Hero Future Energies, Hinduja Renewables Energy, Hindustan Aeronautics, Hindustan EPC-Co, HIS Markit, HMEL, HPCL, HPGCL, IB solar, ICRA, IEX, IFCI, IFFCO, IIFCL, India Infradebt, India Ratings, Indian Energy Exchange, Indian Energy Storage Alliance, Indian Railways, IndiGrid, Induslaw, Infosys, Ingeteam, Inspire Clean Energy, Integrated Research and Action for Development, International Advanced Research Centre for Powder Metallurgy and New Materials (ARCI), International Finance Corporation, IOCL, Ircon, IREDA, ITC Hotel, Jaipuria Institute of Management, Japan Bank for International Cooperation, JERC, juwi India Energies, Kochi Metro Rail, KPMG, Lanco Solar, Larsen & Toubro, Loom Solar, MAHAGENCO, Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission, Maharashtra Energy Development Agency, Maharashtra State Load Dispatch Centre, Maharashtra State Power Generation, Manikaran Solar, Mckinsey & Company, MEDA, Mercados Energy Markets, MMRDA, MNRE, Moser Baer Solar, MP Power Transmission Co. Ltd, Jabalpur, MPPTCL (SLDC), Mtandt Group, National Academy of Indian Railways, National Centre for Photovoltaic Research and Education, NaVitas Solar, NBCC India, NEDO, NEEPCO, Nelco, Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology, NHDC, NHPC, NHSRC, Niti Aayog, NSEFI, NTPC, Odisha Electricity Regulatory Commission, ONGC, Orange Renewable, Orient Green Power Company Limited, Panipat Thermal Power Station, PECIPL, PEDA, PFC Green Energy, POSOCO, Power Grid Corporation, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Proinso Solar Energy, PTC Financial Services, PWC, Rajasthan Renewable Energy Corporation, RAL, Ravindra Energy, Rays Power Experts, REConnect Energy, ReGen Powertech, ReNew Power Ventures, Renewsys India, Rural Electrification Corporation, Sardar Patel Renewable Energy Research Institute, SECI, Sembcorp Green Infra, Shapoorji Pallonji, Sindicatum Carbon Capital, SJVN, SLDC Gujarat, SLDC MPPTCL, Sprng Energy, Statkraft, Sterling & Wilson, SunSource Energy, Super Solar, Suzlon Energy, Tata Power Solar Systems, TERI, Transmission Corporation of Teleangana, U.P. Sugar Mills Association, Ujaas Energy, UJVN, UL India, UPERC, Urja Global, VARP Power, Vedanta, Vikram Solar, VRG Energy, Waaree Energies, Welspun Renewables Energy, etc.

COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL SOLAR MARKET IN INDIA

  • The commercial and industrial (C&I) users consume approximately 49 per cent of the electricity generated in India, and account for 70- 80 per cent of the country’s rooftop solar In the utility-scale solar segment as well, C&I power consumers are increasingly making headway through open access and group captive routes. According to a recent report by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis, India’s new onsite rooftop solar installations across the C&I segment are expected to be in the range of 0.8-1.2 GW in 2020, a significant capacity despite the ongoing Covid-19 crisis.
  • The increasing electricity demand and rising grid tariffs for C&I customers are the key factors driving commercial users to move to solar power, which is not only cleaner and cheaper but also gives them tariff certainty for up to 25 Realising the cost benefits of solar over conventional power, a large number of medium, small, and micro enterprises (MSMEs) are entering the market.
  • Meanwhile, the payback period for solar projects is gradually shortening with the declining cost of In the rooftop solar space, payback can be realised within three to four years under the capex model. For an opex project, the tariff rate is Rs 3.5-Rs 4 per kWh, which is less than half the average of C&I grid tariffs prevalent across most states.
  • The next revolution in the solar power segment will be in the storage In the rooftop space, C&I consumers would be the first to adopt the solar plus storage model. Some pilots have already been tested and many large industrial and commercial users are undertaking storage trials.
  • Technical advances such as higher generation efficiency from bifacial mono-PERC modules, which need less rooftop space, will define the future growth of this
  • Clearly, there are a plenty of opportunities in the C&I solar segment, but several issues must be tackled to speed up its These include difficulty in project financing especially for MSME players, policy unambiguity regarding net metering implementation, regulatory uncertainty on open access and CSS charges, and ineffective grid integration of these plants. The impact of the growing C&I solar capacity on utility financials and infrastructure needs to be handled more carefully.
  • The mission of this conference is to provide a platform to study the growth trajectory and demand outlook of the solar C&I segment; discuss the supportive policy and regulatory regime; identify the key emerging trends in the C&I solar segment in India with a focus on the impact of coronavirus; and discuss the key challenges and possible

SOLAR OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE

  • With the growing deployment of solar capacity and increasing portfolio sizes, developers are focusing on the detailed operations and maintenance (O&M) of solar power O&M plays a key role in ensuring high performance. It also accounts for the majority of the solar plant running cost.
  • Until a few years back, solar O&M was limited to module cleaning, plant security and vegetation removal, but it has now evolved into a stand-alone business Various third-party O&M service providers are now offering a range of services to solar plant developers at competitive prices.
  • A key emerging trend witnessed in third-party solar O&M is the increasing use of automation and digitalisation to reduce project downtime and improve plant performance. Remote monitoring systems are being set up at centralised locations to monitor the solar plant from a remote location in real
  • To integrate renewable energy with the grid, various state governments have come up with strict scheduling, forecasting and deviation settlement regulations, which penalise over- and under-generation of electricity from renewable energy plants. This has encouraged O&M players to invest in the automation of predictive maintenance Efficient and artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled monitoring platforms are already in use for predictive O&M.
  • Automation is helping O&M players reduce manpower costs and maintain profitability despite their squeezed Drones are being used for site assessment and O&M, providing greater detail than ground crews. Moreover, drones equipped with thermal imaging cameras can detect malfunctioning modules, specifically hotspots, which reduce electricity generation.
  • Meanwhile, robotic module cleaning solutions are also being used widely, to decrease labour costs. These solutions are being developed for both cleaning with water and without
  • Going forward, corrective and preventive maintenance to predictive and prescriptive maintenance analytics based on automation and digitalisation will be required to help reduce downtime and improve the operation costs of solar The adoption of advanced technology for the optimisation of O&M services will help prepare service providers for the significant growth in installations expected over the next four to five years.

COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL SOLAR MARKET IN INDIA

  • TARIFF TRENDS, COST STRUCTURES AND PROJECT RETURNS
  • GOVERNMENT PERSPECTIVE – PLANS AND POLICIES
  • C&I SOLAR CONSUMER PERSPECTIVE
  • PROJECT DEVELOPER AND EPC PERSPECTIVE
  • IMPACT ON DISCOMS
  • REGULATORY SCENARIO: FOCUS ON OPEN ACCESS AND NET METERING
  • PROJECT SHOWCASE: GROUP CAPTIVE
  • PROJECT SHOWCASE: ROOFTOP C&I
  • PROJECT SHOWCASE: OPEN ACCESS
  • FINANCIERS’ PERSPECTIVE – INVESTMENT OUTLOOK AND CHALLENGES

SOLAR OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE

  • EMERGING BUSINESS MODELS AND COST TRENDS
  • O&M PLAYER PERSPECTIVE
  • DEVELOPER PERSPECTIVE – EXPERIENCE SO FAR AND KEY CHALLENGES
  • GRID MANAGEMENT BY O&M PLAYERS
  • DRONES AND AI – APPLICATIONAND CHALLENGES
  • TERMS OF SOLAR O&M CONTRACTS
  • FOCUS ON REMOTE MONITORING SOLUTIONS
  • PANEL CLEANING COST AND SOLUTIONS
  • PROJECT SHOWCASE AND CASE STUDIES

Confirmed list of  speakers for Commercial & Industrial Solar Market in India Conference (in alphabetical order)

  • Gaurav Arora, Director, M&A Consulting, KPMG
  • Pankaj Gupta, Deputy General Manager, Electrical, ONGC
  • Ravindra Kadam, Adviser, RE, CERC
  • Sabyasachi Majumdar, Senior Vice President, ICRA
  • Rangacharya Meemanshi, Head of Power Management, ACC
  • Prakash Rai, Senior Director & Head, C&I Business, Amp Energy
  • Abhishek Ranjan,  Head – Renewables & DSM, Power Planning & Scheduling, Energy Analytics, BSES Rajdhani
  • Rajiv Shukla, Associate Director, Idam Infrastructure
  • Sushil Verma, Senior Adviser, Power and Renewables, CPP Investments
  • Jaykumar Waghela, Pan India Head, Key Account Management, Fourth Partner Energy

Confirmed list of  speakers for Solar Operations and Maintenance Conference (in alphabetical order)

  • Bharat Behl, Senior Vice President, Asset Management, ReNew Power
  • Abhimanyu Gartia, Executive Director, SRLDC, Power System Operation Corporation
  • Mrigesh Kejriwal, Head, Asset Management, Fourth Partner Energy
  • Dilip Kumar, Executive Director, Inspire Clean Energy
  • Manas Majumdar, Partner, KPMG
  • Pranay Mundra, President, Gensol Group
  • Sudhir Pathak, Head, Engineering, Hero Future Energies
  • Anandaraj Rajakumar, COO , Inspire Clean Energy

 

For speaking opportunities, please contact:
Neha Mathur
Email: neha.mathur@indiainfrastructure.com
Mob: + 91 8826000927

The conference is targeted at top and middle-level managers from:

  • Policymakers and Regulatory agencies
  • Project Developers (solar farms, rooftop, conventional power)
  • Independent Power Producers and EPC providers
  • Customer and Industrial Users
  • OEM’s & Service Providers
  • Renewable energy development agencies
  • PV manufacturers
  • System integrators
  • Operations & Maintenance companies
  • Asset management companies
  • Power utilities (Discoms, Transcos, Gencos)
  • Design and engineering consultants
  • Power trading companies
  • Captive power consumers
  • Energy storage experts
  • Testing and certification agencies
  • Technology and equipment providers
  • Legal and consulting firms
  • Financial institutions, Insurance companies and other investors

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  • December 7, 2020 (Monday) - December 8, 2020 (Tuesday)
    10:00 AM - 05:00 PM
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