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Krannich Solar and Fimer Enter Into Strategic Partnership – Live Discussion, Join Now!

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Krannich Solar, one of the leading distributors for photovoltaics worldwide has signed a collaboration agreement with FIMER, the fourth largest solar inverter supplier in the world for the distribution of their inverters in Indian market. The alliance will strengthen the competitiveness through leveraging each other’s competencies and experience and ensure the most efficient and reliable deliveries to the customers.

As one of the top solar inverter suppliers in the world, FIMER has an extensive portfolio of string, central and legacy inverters. FIMER offers a wide range of single and three phase PV inverters ranging from 1.2 kW to 5 MW. FIMER is enriching the Krannich product range with high end energy solutions suitable for residential and commercial projects.

We are very pleased to start working together with FIMER” says Sandeep Banodiya, Sales Director of Krannich Solar India. “The inverters compliment our product range very well as they will offer our customers excellent quality and significant added value. With FIMER we will create a winning partnership in the India like other countries. With FIMER we have a partner that has built up an excellent reputation for quality and reliability.”

“We have a global partnership with Krannich and we would like to strengthen this further with our relationship in India”, says KN Sreevatsa, Country Head of FIMER in India. “Krannich has an excellent team and will be our national partner to enhance our presence in India. We shall offer our entire range of string inverters with our partnership which will help our customers with ease of doing business. We are excited to partner with Krannich in this new era of FIMER”.

Fimer is going to showcase its wide array of string inverters at 3pm on 3rd July, in the webinar. The company will also be discussing about the Fimer – Krannich partnership, join now: https://bit.ly/2CY82Xz

Emerging Solar Market Philippines: 15 GW Of RE By 2030

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ASEAN solar sector is going in the right direction as new policies were established in several countries in ASEAN, hoping to spur the growth of solar. Current electricity costs in the Philippines are amongst the highest in Asia, including Japan which makes solar power a much cheaper and economically more advantageous option in the Philippines. The Philippines is a country of 102 million people, and is a relatively fast growing Asian economy. An estimated 16 million people are off the grid with regards to current electricity supply, and this includes approximately 6000 schools. This demonstrates the potential for supplying solar power to the Philippines. The Philippine Government has also committed to a 70% reduction in carbon emissions by 2030 and has a 15.3GW renewable energy target, thus encouraging a large increase in solar power as an energy source.

The Philippines Market has also recently explored floating solar by constructing a testbed in Southeast Asia’s third-largest lake, it  has strong potential in harnessing solar energy, both for consumer use and power production, given the continued drop in prices and further innovation in the field. It is also acknowledged that it will be important to develop the correct energy management technology along with a solar power system that is built and developed in the Philippines, and has the potential to become a basis for other tropical island nations.

In this event we will discuss the opportunities for Investment, Financing, Challenges and RoadMap for growth of Solar Sector where you can also meet the companies leading innovation and disruption in The Philippine Solar industry.

SolarQuarter Magazine India Leadership Awards 2020

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The SolarQuarter Magazine India Leadership Awards 2020 is the industry’s premier awards ceremony. This annual event is the platform to recognize and celebrate exceptional talent and achievements in the solar market, focusing on the technologies, innovations and services which have made their mark in the Indian Solar Industry.

The Annual Awards Are Now In It’s 10th Year! These most prestigious industry awards are powered by detailed study by the SolarQuarter Research team.

As India emerged to be the third largest solar market in the world, we at SolarQuarter intend to recognize and celebrate companies and individuals that have contributed outstandingly to promoting and advancing the use of solar across India in its full diversity.

Wind Turbine Tech 2020: Highly Efficient, Reliable Turbine Design & Engineering Services

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This event will help you in staying competitive with advanced wind turbine tower concepts for new challenges, emerging markets and diverse locations. It will discuss how today’s wind turbines increase the performance and reliability with next-generation wind technologies while lowering the cost of wind energy. An overview of how modern wind turbines are increasingly cost-effective and more reliable. This event will take you through the development of longer, lighter rotor blades, taller towers, more reliable drivetrains, and performance-optimizing control systems. A Must Attend for O&M Heads, R&D Teams, Enginnering & Design Heads, CTO’s.

India Utility Solar Week 2020 Webinar Series, Session 3 GRID-TIED SOLAR + STORAGE TALK: Future Of Large Scale Grid Connectivity

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A 360 Degree Outlook on the Large Scale Solar in Indian Market and Opportunities Ahead A Leadership Conference on How Large Scale Solar Businesses & Leaders Must Accelerate Transformation in 2020-2021
This event is specifically designed to be the Large Scale Solar Industry’s Best Innovation and Business Conference in time of rapid changes — a place for Industry’s Top Leaders to prototype their recovery strategy, pivots, next steps and reinvention. Now, more than ever, this event would teach you the tools, techniques and frameworks for spotting trends and making change happen. You’ll experience next year’s trends from the #1 trending event, alongside disruptive ideas and a business readiness strategy. Not only will this bring some normality during these strange and different times for your clients/stakeholders but also successfully implement your business strategies at the same time. It will allow you to Continue Discussions on the Most Crucial Large Solar Industry Topics from the comfort and safety of your computer.

 

Key Discussion Points:

  • Top Trends In Energy Storage & Global Storage Outlook
  • Analysing current hybrid solar set-ups in India
  • Solar + Storage: Business Case
  • Storage Tech of the Future
  • Execution Challenges in Designing & Construction of Storage Projects
  • New Market Opportunities for Indian Developers
  • Battery Storage Technology

Emerging Solar Market: Thailand: 30% Renewables by 2036

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We are happy to organize Thailand’s Most Exciting Solar Energy Event. Thailand has been incentivizing investment in solar projects for many years and now reaps the benefits of this initiative. Thailand’s electricity generating sector is considered to be one of the most secure businesses in Thailand for private operators given the long-term power purchase agreement with the three state utilities EGAT, MEA, and PEA. Some key highlights of this market include 30% renewables by 2036, renewables to represent 15-20% of the energy mix, a target of 3GW of installed solar increasing to 17W by 2025, Utilities spending Bt200 Billion on smart grid solutions. With ASEAN quickly turning to renewable energy hub technological innovations, favourable government policies and clean energy demand surge are among top trends in Thailand Market.

Solar is a significant part of the Thai renewable strategy. State-owned utilities are investing in utility-scale floating solar projects, the government is offering generous incentives for rooftop solar and large energy users are adopting onsite solar at an increasing rate.

Future SECI Tenders, Auctions & Renewable Energy Bidding Methodology: How to Secure & What to Expect ?

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If everything goes well, India will see bids opening for 21,000 MW of wind, solar and hybrid power projects within next 1 to 2 months. Tenders are issued frequently by both the Central government ( SECI), State governments and government-owned companies, many bid opening dates of these are scheduled to take place in August for large scale auctions. Nonetheless if you take into account smaller projects & floating tenders upto 50MW by various state government or public sector undertakings, , the total capacity under tenders would be much more. Some upcoming tenders include 7,500-MW solar project in Leh and Kargil districts, bids for which are scheduled to be opened in August 5. About 618 MW of utility scale solar tenders and 225 MW of wind-solar hybrid tenders were issued in the month of June despite the Covid-19 outbreak, tender activity is expected to grow in coming months. Hybrid tenders are going to be the future with (SECI) issuing two big tenders offering a total of 4 gigawatts solar and wind energy capacity, some significant change in this new tender is the removal of tariff .

The share of renewable energy (including large hydro) in India’s overall installed power capacity mix rose marginally to 36.2% at the end of the first quarter of 2020, from 35.9% at the end of the calendar year (CY) 2019 .This event is to discuss the methodology and structure of future Renewable Energy Bids, throw light on specialized bids for large-scale adoption of renewable energy with storage, economics behind extremely low tariffs, role of BCD while bidding and other key variables

We give you an Expert Opinion of the appropriate solutions that would be used in SECI’s future bidding parameters and evaluation. These characteristics are essential to be built into projects to keep the future renewable energy capacity additions on track. SECI has overall tendered approximately 3.6 GW capacity of solar-wind hybrid projects under the ISTS program (Tranche I to Tranche III) and auctioned 1.56 GW under Tranche I & II. Some important factors for future bids include requirements of high PLF, firmness, and flexibility in renewable power. Find out how can developers, EPCs, OEMs can bid with current constraints on capital to make bidding a smooth affair.

It is worth bearing in mind that competition in this area is growing with the availability of both funds and technology. Find out what a Futuristic Specialist Bid comprises of that will provide a considerable return on investment as it will increase your win-rate for renewable energy tenders.

India Utility Solar Week 2020 Webinar Series, Session 2 CTOs Tech Picks & Trends: Innovation, IoT & Defining Next Decade Tech Outlook

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A 360 Degree Outlook on the Large Scale Solar in Indian Market and Opportunities Ahead A Leadership Conference on How Large Scale Solar Businesses & Leaders Must Accelerate Transformation in 2020-2021
This event is specifically designed to be the Large Scale Solar Industry’s Best Innovation and Business Conference in time of rapid changes — a place for Industry’s Top Leaders to prototype their recovery strategy, pivots, next steps and reinvention. Now, more than ever, this event would teach you the tools, techniques and frameworks for spotting trends and making change happen. You’ll experience next year’s trends from the #1 trending event, alongside disruptive ideas and a business readiness strategy. Not only will this bring some normality during these strange and different times for your clients/stakeholders but also successfully implement your business strategies at the same time. It will allow you to Continue Discussions on the Most Crucial Large Solar Industry Topics from the comfort and safety of your computer.

 

Key Discussion Points:

  • India China Business Outlook
  • Building an effective Domestic supply chain: Manufacturers Perspective
  • How Large Scale Solar Plants will look in 2025
  • Solar Asset Optimization
  • Tech Talks for Large Scale Solar
  • Most Trending OEM and Software Technology

Emerging Solar Market: Singapore “Road Map for 2GW Solar By 2030”

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We are happy to organize Singapore’s most exciting solar energy event as it is one of the most promising renewable energy sources for Singapore. Singapore achieved its 2020 solar deployment target of 350 megawatt-peak (MWp) in the first quarter of this year. The government and industry are working closely to deploy cleaner energy solutions such as solar energy, and it will increase solar adoption as solar is most viable source of renewable energy. With strong support from stakeholders such as the commercial and industrial companies, next solar target of at least 2GWp by 2030 is something to look forward to.

Singapore is aligned with JTC’s ambition to make industrial estate more environmentally friendly to support businesses, JTC will be rolling out extensions for two of its solar initiatives, to optimise the use of over 740,000 sqm of industrial land and roof space. JTC is also exploring installations on their own rooftops. JTC is partnering with the industry and customers to make solar development more sustainable.

Public EV Charging Plazas: Project Planning, Construction & Techno-Commercial

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Underlining the need for India to switch to electric power in the mobility space, charging infrastructure support is the key. The number of electric vehicles is growing, and with it the demand for charging. As a result, in addition to regular charging stations, charging plazas are starting to become more prevalent. With a focus on enhancing energy efficiency and promoting e-mobility, India is ready with first of its kind public EV Charging Plaza. As availability of charging facilities at public places is the key prerequisite for adoption and roll-out of electric vehicles (EV).

This Masterclass on Project Design & Techno-Commercial Setup For Public EV Charging Plazas will deliver insights into planning an effective financial strategies for rolling out a robust public charging infrastructure, recent technology trends and their effective adoption in constructing a commercially viable public charging plaza.

Expert Talk On Corporate Renewable Energy Procurement in India: Analysing Role of Energy Buyers, Future Corporate PPA Trends & Market Innovation

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With corporates more eager and passionate than ever to make clean energy promises, the global market for corporate RE PPA continues to surge. Last year, corporations contracted an unprecedented volume of renewable energy projects, up more than 40% from the previous year. It is estimated the demand for corporate PPAs amounted to between $20 billion and $30 billion in investment and was equivalent to more than 10% of all the renewable energy capacity added last year.
India still remains the largest corporate PPA market in Asia. In last 2-4 years many large Commercial and Industrial customers in India made their initial experiences with procurement of renewable power. Now, the Indian corporate PPA market is ready to move into the 2nd phase of growth, where more companies are starting to procure RE and companies with good initial experiences are scaling up procurement. Indian corporate have been increasingly procuring renewable power through the open access route, mainly to meet carbonation targets and cost savings because of lower cost of renewable power vis-a-vis other sources.  
Corporate (industrial and commercial sector) electricity demand accounts for about 50% of total electricity consumption in India. Businesses are thus a major market force to drive the decarbonization of the power sector. Infosys, Dalmia Cement, Mahindra Holidays & Resorts and Tata Motors amongst others – are Indian-headquartered companies that have voluntarily adopted 100% renewable electricity consumption targets. While greater alignment between central and state policies on corporate renewable energy sourcing and its enforcement is required, business have also started demanding for the regulatory frameworks to open up to alternative instruments such as green tariffs, virtual power purchase agreements (PPAs), special trading of renewable electricity on energy exchange, and others.
The goal of this ExpertTalk is to inform Corporate Buyers and Renewable Energy Companies who would like to stay up to date on the constantly evolving landscape of India’s Corporate Renewable PPA Market and also learn from Global Corporate Renewable Power Procurement Models.
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