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2 Day Workshop on “Prospects for Start-ups in Solar Energy Technologies” 28-29 Nov 2017 at NISE

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NISE is organizing the 10th workshop on prospects for start – ups in Solar Energy Technologies at NISE campus Gurugram on 28 th & 29th November 2017.

Learning Objectives.

I. Scope and Business Opportunities in Solar Photovoltaic, Solar Thermal and Solar Water Pumping Technologies

II. Opportunities under Start up India / Stand Up India Policy of Govt of India

III. Visit to 500 kW Power Plant at NISE (100 kW x 5 different Solar PV Modules)

IV. Visit to 150 kW Solar roof top Plant at NISE.

V. Net-Zero Campus Concept at NISE

VI. Economics of Solar Technologies. Business Models for Funding, etc

VII. Different types of Companies, Compliance Mechanism with Ministry of Corporate Affairs, GST rules, Tax payments, Tax Breaks, etc.

Target Audience

Graduate Engineers; Existing and Prospective Solar Entrepreneurs; EPC Contractors; MNRE Channel Partners; Energy Department Officials of Govt. of India and Officers from State Nodal Agencies etc.

Training Fee per Participant: Rs 2,950/- (including of 18% GST). There are a total of 40 - 50 seats on first come first serve basis. Lunch, Tea will be provided during the Workshop. Accommodation, TA/DA would not be provided by NISE.

For more details please refer to the attached document.

 

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Training & Education | News published on 13 / 11 / 2017 by Rashmi Nargundkar

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