India’s Renewable Energy Congress (InREC) is the place to meet investors, IPPs, developers, policy power players. We will deep dive into transferrable learning for the Indian solar market, providing a platform for investment strategies in renewables, and detail wind power project development and acquisition prospects across India. The intimate size of 200 attendees and relaxed atmosphere make it easy for the renewables community to get to the real issues and make meaningful, lasting connections with strategic partners, investors, project owners and suppliers.
Unlike other industry events which only cater for the domestic market, or impersonal trade shows with thousands of unqualified attendees, InREC focuses on the key international and domestic stakeholders in finance, solar, and wind.
India’s Renewable Energy Congress 2016 will focus on the HOW:
- HOW to hit the renewable energy targets of 100GW of solar and 70GW of wind by 2022
- HOW to attract international investment
- HOW to address the challenges you face: access to debt; reliable grid connections; delivering the right sites; obtaining the required permissions
Different perspectives – Be inspired by 60+ key stakeholders speaking in 2016, each executing wind or solar projects and sharing challenges and recent experiences you can learn from directly.
Get the facts – Hear about the real challenges facing renewable energy development in India and solve strategic problems during 2 value-packed days of insightful content, debates, case studies, roundtables and panel discussions.
Grow your business – Network with 200 delegates joining us in Delhi in 2016 – the most senior leaders from the finance, solar and wind sectors from international and domestic organisations; including dinners, briefings and speed networking initiatives.
- Policy interventions in action to install 170GW by 2022
- India’s Renewable Energy Story
- AVP & Head-Off Take & Regulatory Affairs
- Understand what foreign investors are looking for to upscale investment in the Indian renewable energy sector
- The Yieldco Debate: Dissecting the Yieldcos Model – Is it suitable for the Indian market?
- Strategy Insights: Defining approaches to tackling the high cost of capital in renewable energy financing
- Dragon’s Den: What profitability and rate of return can large, medium and small renewable energy projects in India offer to developers?
The program also features both a solar track and a wind track, with dedicated session for each industry.
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