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The benefits of installing residential and commercial rooftop solar generation panels cannot be underestimated. They are a great way to save energy and to reduce electricity bills. Rooftop solar is a significant step toward combatting climate change by contributing to the “green economy”. Rooftop solar systems can be installed quickly, are efficient, have zero emissions and require minimal maintenance. Rooftop solar power operates silently and obviates costly transmission infrastructure.

Home and commercial building owners benefit from rooftop solar panels as an affordable method to generate electricity. These systems are also known to enhance a property’s value and can add to a buildings resale value. The sun is a constant source of clean and free energy. Rooftop solar work throughout the year in the sun, rain, wind and snow.

In recent years, India’s solar industry has grown rapidly and India has set ambitious renewable energy targets of 175 GW by 2022, including 100GW of solar power. Of this, 60 GW is to be utility-scale solar, and the rest to be rooftop solar. With significant progress on the 60 GW utility-scale solar target, getting to the 40 GW rooftop solar target is a challenge.

While, the adoption of rooftop solar is primarily driven by expected savings in electricity costs; the need for an alternative source of electricity; and the desire to mitigate climate change risk, a number of hurdles remain that are keeping the industry from booming.

The Solar India conference will host a full day Solar Rooftop Summit on 23 May 2019 to take a stock of the solar rooftop sector. The tentative agenda is as follows:

DAY 2: 23 May 2019 (Thursday)
Time Conference Room B: Solar Rooftop Summit
1000-1130 hrs Scaling Solar Rooftop to achieve the target by 2022
Session focus:

• Policies and regulations: Current and future
• Government Initiatives and Industry Perspective
• Pricing, investments and market trends
• Rooftops and distributed solar
• Gaps and challenges
• Industrial vs residential
• Net metering
1130-1145 hrs Tea break
1145-1315 hrs Technology trends and innovative models for rooftop:
Session focus:

• Rooftop business models
• Procurement, project operations and management
• Challenges and opportunities in EPC of rooftop projects
• Modules
• Inverter Technology
• Do it yourself: Portable solar kits
• New applications (SCADA, Data logger, dashboards, etc.)
• Quality standards and efficiency
• Grants and subsidies
1315-1400 hrs Lunch break
1400-1515 hrs Solar rooftop installation, operations & management and quality
Session focus:

• Latest market trends, developments and improvement needed
• Costing analysation
• Quality of construction of solar rooftop projects
• Maintenance and management of projects
• Identification of equipment’s and technical hurdles during implementation
• Understanding the suitability of business models (BOO, BOT and BOOT)
• Risk analysation for end users
• Potential for employment generation
• Global experiences
1515-1530 hrs Tea break
1530-1645 hrs Potential of off-grid solar applications:
Session focus:

• Energy storage
• Solar water pumping
• Home lighting
• Rural and agriculture applications
• Mini and micro grids
 

The conference technical committee invites you to be a part of Solar Rooftop Summit as Speaker; Exhibitor; Delegate. Deadline for speaker submission is 28 February 2019.

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