RENERGY 2013, dedicated to renewable energy, energy efficiency and clean technologies, organized by Tamil Nadu Energy Development Agency (TEDA), will be held in Chennai, India, from 9th to 11th May, 2013 (Thursday to Saturday). RENERGY 2013 expects to witness participation from over 1000 companies, 250 exhibitors, 20,000 visitors and 100 renewable energy experts from across the globe, making it the most anticipated renewable energy event in the country.
RENERGY 2013 aims at accelerating the growth and adoption of renewable energy all over India, by bringing renewable energy companies, international experts, state utilities, regulatory bodies, nodal agencies and academia/research under one roof, resulting in India’s most comprehensive and productive exhibition and conference.
Narsimhan Santhanam, Marketing Coordinator for RENERGY 2013 said, “Tamil Nadu has been at the forefront of renewable energy utilization in India, being the undisputed leader in wind power. RENERGY 2013 will go a long way in consolidating Tamil Nadu’s leadership in Renewable Energy and be a key platform for attaining Chief Minister, J Jayalalithaa’s vision of developing Tamil Nadu as a world leader in Solar Energy”.
The Government of Tamil Nadu has launched one of the most ambitious solar policies in the country, with a vision of 3000 MW of solar power by 2015. The state is the leader in wind power, with an installed capacity of over 7200 MW, of the total of 18700 MW all over India.
The exhibition will have over 250 exhibitors, comprising companies in solar, wind, biomass, waste to energy and energy efficiency. It will feature innovative concepts such as dedicated product launch pads, sector-wise networking pavilions and more.
The RENERGY 2013 conference, the largest in India with an expected 2000 delegates, will for the first time in any Indian renewable energy conference comprise workshops, detailed networking sessions and expert sessions.
For both the exhibition and conference, the focus this year will be on solar energy, said Santhanam. More here.
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