India has only one Solar Thermal Power plant installed generating 8.5 MW; but studies show that they have potential to produce 11,000 TWh of electricity every year.
With an aim to harness such huge potential lying untapped the policy makers launched Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission in November 2009. It aims to produce 22000 MW of power through solar resource by 2022. India plans utility scale solar power generation plants through solar parks with dedicated infrastructure by state governments, among others, the governments of Gujarat and Rajasthan.
Mission Energy Foundation, a persistent, private, not-for-profit endeavour that strives to spread knowledge in the globalising energy sector; in strong support from Ministry of Power & Ministry of New & Renewable Energy is proud to announce the National Solar Energy Summit 2012 (NSES 2012). NSES 2012 is the most comprehensive summit that discusses the technology options, their current status and opportunities and challenges in developing solar thermal power plants in the context of India.
NSES 2012 is scheduled for 13th & 14th December 2012 at NDCC II Convention Centre, NDMC Complex, New Delhi.
NSES 2012 shall be developed under a strong leadership of an advisory board consisting energy experts from all topical areas. The mission is to gather solar leaders to share information on technology innovations and solution development for the deployment of thermal solar plants - a clean energy generation source.
Mission Energy Foundation will be happy to offer 10% Delegate Discount for Energetica India Readers. The code for availing this discount is GS131412
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News published on 06 / 12 / 2012 by Bharat Vasandani