“Highlighting Emerging Opportunities In Wind Solar Hybrid Space In India”
Several domestic and overseas players have launched solar-wind hybrid systems and many more are planning to enter this space. The conference will discuss the draft policy laid by central government. It will discuss the elements needed to be evaluated by project developers before they set up the wind solar hybrid plants or upgrade the existing wind/solar plant into the hybrid system. States/Areas with high to moderate wind solar potential will be evaluated. Low cost financing options for such projects will be discussed.Key challenges faced during execution of projects will be discussed along with the live case studies.
The Government has come up with the National Wind-Solar Hybrid policy. The goal of the policy is to reach a wind-solar hybrid capacity of 10 GW by 2022 .
The draft policy aims to facilitate hybridisation of existing solar or wind systems, besides new hybrid projects. It aims at providing a framework to promote large grid connected wind-solar PV system for optimal and efficient utilisation of transmission infrastructure among others. The policy aims to encourage new technologies, methods and way-outs involving combined operation of wind and solar PV plants.
Studies have revealed that solar and winds are almost complementary to each other and hybridization of two technologies would help in minimising the variability apart from optimally utilising the infrastructure, including land and transmission system.
Superimposition of wind and solar resource maps show that there are large areas where both wind and solar have high to moderate potential. The existing wind farms have scope of adding solar PV capacity and similarly there may be wind potential in the vicinity of existing solar PV plant.
Under the category of wind-solar hybrid power plants, wind and solar PV systems will be configured to operate at the same point of grid connection. There can be different approaches towards integrating wind and solar depending upon the size of each of the source integrated and the technology type.
So join today for front row seats at India’s only Wind-Solar Hybrid Summit 2016.
Roadmap To Achieve Wind-Solar Hybrid Capacity Target of 10 GW
Techno Economic Feasibility For Wind Solar Hybrid Projects In India
Networking Tea Break
Investment & Financing Opportunities For Wind-Solar Hybrid Models
Networking Lunch Break
Project Execution Challenges & Learnings From The Leaders
Networking Tea Break & End Of The Day
Shri B V Rao, Director-Technical, IREDA
Mr S. Gomathinayagam, Director General (DG), NIWE
Sri. Ismail Khan, Chairman, Telangana State Electricity Regulatory Commission
Shri P Solomon Herme, Join Director (Planning & Power Procurement), APERC
Mr Sanjiv Kawishwar, Sr Vice President, ReGen Powertech
Mr. Sujoy Ghosh, Country Head, First Solar- India
Mr Balram Mehta, Head-Wind, Renew Power
Mr Rajsekhar Budhavarapu, COO-Renewables, IL&FS
Mr Raja Sukumar, President, Indowind Energy Ltd
Mr Mohan Ram Musuwathy, COO, Energon Power Resources Private Limited
Ms Monika Rathi, Head Product-Business Development , Mahindra Susten
Mr Milan Kumar, Head Engineering & Services, L&T Construction
Mr R Chellappan, MD, Swelect Energy Systems
Mr Rajesh Singh, Associate Vice President-Operations, RenewSys India Pvt. Ltd
Mr Sreenivasa Krishnamurthy, Vice President- Asia Pacific, AWS Truepower
Mr Bihag Mehta, Director, OST Energy
Mr Chandramouli Vemuru, DGM, SIDBI
Mr Krishna Manohar, Technical Manager, ReGen Powertech
Mr Amol Rajadhyax, Assistant Vice President, SBI Capital Markets
Mr. Varahalarao Kavala, Director-Technical, ReGen Powertech
Mr Muthusamy Saravanan, Regional Manager-Sales (South Region), Waaree Energies
Mr Nagesh Rao, Product Manager, GE Renewable Energy - Onshore Wind, Asia Pacific