in Fürstensalon Hotel Bayerischer Hof
Promenadeplatz 2-6, 80333 München
Indisches Generalkonsulat MünchenIndia has the fifth largest power generation portfolio in the world. Economic growth, increasing prosperity, a growing rate of urbanization and rising per capita energy consumption has led to increased demand for energy in the country. To meet its ever-growing demand for energy, Govt. of India’s has set out an ambitious target of 175 GW of renewable power by 2022.On the other hand, Germany with a stated Government policy to draw a new course towards creating sustainable and qualitative growth, is well poised to take lead in both technology and trade in Renewable Energy sector.
The purpose of this proposed Seminar therefore, is to gain a valuable insight into the best practices followed in Germany in renewable energy sector and to provide a Platform to exchange ideas to investors keen to tap into India’s renewable energy potential.
15:00 hrs Registration
15:15 hrs Welcome Remarks –by H.E Mr. Sugandh Rajaram, Consul General, Consulate General of India, Munich
15:25 hrs Remarks by Mr. Johannes Huber, Head of Trade Division (Asia Pacific), IHK Munich & Oberbayern
15:35 hrs Presentation “Wind Energy Basics’ and experience sharing on scope of Wind energy sector in India, “Develop the Future” by Mr. Peter Klonk, Head, Sales & Marketing (India), SkyWind GmbH
16:10 hrs Presentation “Micro Hydropower in India: Using the potential of Canals and Rivers for distributed Generation” by Ms. Ines Kolmsee, Smart Hydro Power GmbH, Garatshausen
16: 30 hrs Presentation “Energy Generation via Waste Management-Technology, Practices and Opportunity” by Mr. Amit Shah, CEO, E-Senza Technologies GmbH, Konstanz
16:50 hrs Vote of Thanks
followed by Networking Evening (with light refreshments)
The entry to the event and the participation is free of cost
Registration possible until 26th June 2017. Please refer to: E-Mail: email@example.com
Fax: 089-21023970 Consulate General of India, Widenmayerstrasse 15, 80538 Munich