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Energetica India goes to Kerala with "Save Power"

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Energetica India is the Official Media Partner for the "Save Power Expo and Conference"  at Cochin from 2-4th March 2013. 


The show is Kerala's only event on Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency supported by:


1. Department of Industries & Commerce; Government of Kerala 

2. The Kerala Electric Trades Association

3. Energy Managment Center Kerala

4. Energetica India 



'Save Power Show' is an excellent networking and knowledge sharing platform for the stakeholders in Renewable Energy Sector. Save Power Show will showcase Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Products and Solutions under one roof to enable the visitors to acquire knowledge and information about the latest technology and the best solutions for their energy requirement, facilitating the transition of Kerala from Energy Crisis to Energy Security. 



Conference Programme


Panel Discussion: Untapped Potential vs Power Crisis in Kerala. How is the contest poised?

Untapped Renewable Energy potential in Kerala Government incentives for new business in Renewable Energy Industry leaders' perspectives on the Kerala market Role of energy efficiency and conservation in overcoming power crisis Challenges ahead for Kerala's power ambitions  



Solar Technology

Kerala government's '10000 Solar Rooftop Power Plants Programme 2012-13' is a pioneering step in India's journey in the solar rooftop segment. It is also one of those very few renewable energy programmes in the country that encompass the common man within their purview, emulating the German rooftop solar model from the early 1990s. Can Kerala recreate the success of Germany? What are the unforeseen business opportunities emerging in Kerala's solar power segment? What are the limitations? Industrial experts and thinkers sketch the road ahead for Kerala's solar dreams.  



Wind Power Technology

Kerala has one of the highest wind speeds in the country. Industrial leaders estimate the wind power potential of Kerala to be over three times the presently calculated value of 600MW. This leaves the state with an untapped wind power potential of almost 2GW, and an industry all set to flourish in the immediate future. What lies ahead for the wind power segment of Kerala? How can the challenges that limited the estimation of potential as well as installations be overcome? What are the incentives offered by the state government for promoting wind power generation in the state? Top leaders of the industry present their perspectives on a wide range of related topics.  



Energy Efficiency

Energy efficiency is an integral component of the 'Save Power' mission and also an attractive area of untapped opportunities. However, due to lack of comprehensive awareness on the potential of the energy efficiency segment especially in the form of products and systems for institutions, commercial establishments, residential complexes and communities, this segment has not received its due importance. With the union government introducing the smart-grids pilot programme for industries in Kerala in addition to a growing impetus on green buildings, electric vehicles, LEDs and other sustainability models and practices within the state, this session will witness the unveiling of a plethora of opportunities lined up in this segment for the future. Are green buildings the way to go ahead in the future? What are the innovative trends emerging in the energy efficiency segment? Will smart-grids be a solution for the losses in transmission and distribution of power? How lucrative is the RoI in energy efficiency segment? And a lot more questions running on your minds.  



Other Renewable Energy segments

With its abundance of flora and fauna along with the forty four rivers flowing across the state amidst highly favourable climatic conditions, Kerala is a paradise for anyone looking for opportunities in the areas of biomass, waste to energy, small hydro and oceanic energy. Expert analysts elucidate the opportunities versus challenges in these niche areas of renewable energy technologies.  


Business | News published on 02 / 01 / 2013 by Bharat Vasandani

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I will support this event. Many people wasting the power and didn't witch off anything after using them. So, it is necessary to create awareness on power, and everybody needs to support this save power concept.
Posted on 02 / 01 / 2013 | kvr

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