GREEN Summit 2015
Vision: Green the Earth by GREEN Energy.
After the successful conduct of the event last year, GREEN Summit 2015 is back with more vigour and better business and networking opportunities.
India' s gigantic energy needs, burgeoning population and growth trajectory, combined with the imperative to mitigate climate change and reduce Carbon footprints make renewable energy a key strategic goal. India has one of the largest renewable energy programmes in the world and is one of the top wind energy producing nations and is on a trajectory to become one of the leading solar power producing nations. Immense opportunities exist in other segments such as biofuels, biomass, micro-hydel in meeting its diverse, dispersed and growing energy needs.
Karnataka has much to offer and presents huge opportunities to become a crucible for renewable energy technology, innovation, development and deployment.
GREEN Summit (Global Renewable Energy Summit) organized by FKCCI with Event Partner MM Activ, is an annual Renewable Energy event supported by the Government of Karnataka and envisaged as a platform to showcase the immense business & transformational opportunities in renewable energy, across all segments. The event would deliberate on important issues connected with the sector with leading industry associations partnering with the event.
The Summit brings together leading policy makers, global experts, industry captains, investors and SMEs and other stakeholders and is a unique opportunity to network, meet, learn, build business and chart the future of Renewable Energy in Karnataka and India.
Be a part of the event to explore unlimited opportunities in Renewable Energy sector.
Shri DK Shivakumar video on
GREEN SUMMIT 2015
|Grid connected (net-metering) Rooftop solar systems launched in Karnataka|
|Financial bid results for the 500MW solar projects in Karnataka|
|Surya rytha scheme for the solar powered grid connected irrigation pumpsets|
|List of applicants for the 1 to 3 MW solar power plants for the Land owners|
|India attracts $250billion over next five years to boost the energy in the country- Mr Piyush Goyal, Union Minister Energy|