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  • KEY HIGHLIGHtS

    Key note speeches by ministers and industry leaders.

    Two - day conference covering Solar, Wind, Biomass and small Hydro – on-Grid and off-Grid.

    To be attended by representatives of leading companies from Europe and India including policy makers, project developers, financial institutions, private equity, EPC companies etc.

    Identify and appraise investment opportunities.

    Understand and evaluate the opportunities & risks.

    Participation by over 150 Indian companies and 50 EU companies and investors from the energy sector.

    Over 50 renewable energy focused funds & financial institutions seeking investment opportunities.

    Excellent Business Networking opportunity for all participants through pre-requested B2B meetings.

    Presentations from across India on investment opportunities in the renewable energy sector.

    oBJECtIVES

    The conference is dedicated to key issues aimed at solar, wind, biomass and small hydro in the renewable energy sector.

    The conference offers the best opportunity to meet, network and connect with companies and organizations in the renewable energy industry from Europe and India.

    The conference will deliver on key analytics of current trends.

    The Conference aims to encourage transfer of knowledge and aspects of financing.

    WHY SHouLD You attEnD?

    To understand the background of renewable energy policy development.

    To comprehend the viewpoint of industry thought leaders on policy and regulations.

    To understand technology requirements (gap analysis) in India and technologies available in the EU.

    To capitalize on market opportunities through shared knowledge and experiences.

    To understand the capital requirements and specifics of projects in India.

    To understand the technological and financial requirements of European investors for the projects in India.

    To meet and network with people to further your business.

    InDIan SpEaKErS G.B Pradhan, Secretary, MNRE,GOI*

    Aditya Handa, MD & CEO, Abellon CleanEnergy Ltd.

    Avijit Bhattacharya, CEO, Tata Cleantech Capital Ltd.

    Debashish Majumdar, CMD, Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency (IREDA)

    D Guru, CFO, Tata BP Solar*

    Pramod Chaudhari, Chairman, Praj Industries Ltd.

    R R Sonde, Executive Vice President, Thermax Ltd

    Sanjay Mandavkar, Executive Director, Corporate Finance, Yes Bank Ltd.

    Satish Mandhana, Managing Partner and CIO, IDFC Private Equity

    Sindoor Mittal, Director, Welspun Energy Ltd.

    Sumant Sinha, Chairman & CEO, Renew Wind Power Pvt. Ltd

    Vivek Mehra, Managing Director, Aloe Private Equity

    Eu SpEaKErS: Joao Cravinho, Ambassador & Head, Delegation of the

    European Union to India

    Alexander Gorski, Managing Director, Conergy Deutschland of European Union to India

    Amal K. Mukhopadhyay, President, Hanseatic India Forum e.V.,Germany*

    Andreas Haberle, Chief Executive Officer, PSEAG, Germany*

    Dennis Giesellar, Co-founder/Managing Director, Oskomera Solar Power Solutions B.V.,Netherlands*

    Gour Saraff, Director, Europe India Chamber of Commerce Spain

    Marcos Ripoll, CEO, Suports

    Robet Pitz-Paal, Co-Direktor Institut fur Solarforschung Deutsches Zentrum fur Luft-und Rauumfahrt (DLR) Germany*

    Ronald F.M Lange,Founder / CEO,9-om AG,Switzerland*

    Robin Welling, Prasident, European Solar Thermal Industry Federation(ESTIF),Belgium*

    *Confirmation awaited

    www.ebtc.eu www.euindiachambers.com

    CONFERENCE ON RENEWABLE ENERGY Policy, REGUlATioN, TEchNoloGy ANd FiNANcE

    The Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai, 25-26 Sep 2012

  • partICIpatIon FEE

    InDIa

    Early Bird registration before august 25, 2012:

    Member: (INR 5500 + 12.36% service tax)

    Non Member: (INR 7500+12.36% service tax)

    after august 25, 2012:

    Member: (INR 7000 +12.36% service tax)

    Non Member: (INR 9000 +12.36% service tax)

    DELEGatE paCK InCLuDES Pass for attending the Conference

    Background Paper

    2 Lunches,1 Cocktail & Dinner, 4 Tea breaks during the 2 days of the Conference

    CanCELLatIon poLICY For rEGIStratIon: Requests received in writing before September 1, 2012 will be consider for cancellation. A 25% handling charges will be deducted from the total amount deposited towards the fee and rest refunded by the cheque. No amount will be refunded after September 1, 2012

    SponSorSHIp opportunItIES

    platinum INR 12,00,000

    Gold INR 7,00,000

    Silver INR 5,00,000

    State partner INR 4,00,000

    Delegate Kit INR 3,00,000 (Note: Tax if applicable)

    DELEGatE StaY

    room Category Single room Double room

    Superior City View room Inr 9,000 Inr 10,500

    The rates are exclusive of applicable taxes (currently at 16.18%) and inclusive of the Complimentary Buffet Breakfast in The Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai

    aDVErtISEmEnt For ConFErEnCE BooKLEt

    Full page Inr 20,000

    Inside Front Cover Inr 50,000

    Inside Back Cover Inr 30,000

    Back Cover Inr 60,000

    SESSIon oVErVIEW

    DaY I Inaugural session

    policy:

    Challenges and opportunities due to opening up of electricity markets / Learning and experiences from the first phase of solar deployment in India / Impact of REC / RPO and PAT

    Lessons from European policy in solar sector for India / Feedback from European solar developers on current policies

    State government initiatives and plans for Renewable Energy Non Electrical Grid applications and promotion

    technology:

    Developments in Renewable Energy

    Developments in Renewable Hybrid Technologies

    Grid parity – how far away is this target?

    Non Electrical applications

    Off Grid and distributed system applications

    Challenges:

    Institutional Models (Community driven, Private sector driven, Government supported), and more.

    Limitations: Challenges for Grid management and RE power

    Barriers: Land and competing demands

    DaY II

    Finance:

    Understanding how RE projects are being funded internationally and how India compares

    Structuring projects to efficiently source debt and equity financing of RE projects: Does policy help?

    Investors perspective on the RE sector: What are the key drivers, tariffs and regulations

    Carbon credits, REC/RPO and its role in financing RE projects in India

    Availability of European finance for RE technology deployment in India: What changes in policy and practice would EU investors like to see

    State Government presentations

    www.ebtc.eu www.euindiachambers.com

    CONFERENCE ON RENEWABLE ENERGY Policy, REGUlATioN, TEchNoloGy ANd FiNANcE

    The Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai, 25-26 Sep 2012

  • aDVISorY CommIttEE Arul Shanmugasundram,Vice President,Tata International

    Avijit Bhattacharya, CEO, Tata Cleantech Capital Ltd.

    Neera Saggi, Chief Executive, Larsen & Turbo Seawoods Pvt. Ltd.

    Sanjay Mandavkar, Executive Director, Corporate Finance, Yes Bank Ltd.

    Sumant Sinha, Chairman & CEO, Renew Wind Power Pvt. Ltd.

    Suresh Prabhu, Former Union Power Minister

    orGanIzInG CommIttEE Sharad Kumar Saraf ,President ,The Council of EU Chambers

    of Commerce in India

    P. Rambabu, Chairman, Clean & Green Technology, Committee, The Council of EU Chambers of Commerce in India

    Poul V. Jensen, Director, European Business and Technology Centre

    Ashish Gupta, Managing Director, MCO Winmark Exhibitions Pvt Ltd

    Joiel Akilan, Chief Representative Bank BBVA

    Laura Prasad, Secretary General, IFCCI

    Nitin Parab, CEO, Crosslink Pvt. Ltd.

    Prasad Modak, Executive President ,Environmental Management Centre

    Renu Shome, Director, EU Chambers

    Sanjay Sharma, Director, Sparta Strategy

    Shrikar Dole, Regional Manager, EBTC

    Sunil Prasad, Secretary General, EICC

    Vikas Gadre, Executive Director, BCCI

    V. Prashant, Managing Director, Brindavan Energy & Infra Pvt. Ltd

    tHE CounCIL oF Eu CHamBErS oF CommErCE In InDIa

    The Council of Eu Chambers was established to promote, foster and extend commercial and economic relations between India and members of the European Union. The Governing Board of the Council is represented by eminent personalities and experts of Indian origin and Expats from business and industry. The Head of the Delegation of the European Union to India is the Chief Patron of the Council.

    It provides a platform for EU and Indian businesses to explore the possibilities of exports, imports, joint ventures, partnerships, technology exchange and trade dialogue, and actively promotes two-way trade and investment flow, assistance and services to parties interested in such business activities.

    EuropEan BuSInESS anD tECHnoLoGY CEntrE

    The European Business and technology Centre (EBtC) supports EU companies and researchers on their market entry to India by offering long-term hands-on support with a myriad of services. With offices in India’s metros of New Delhi, M