RENERGY 2014 encompasses a comprehensive exhibition and thought-provoking conference featuring sessions on Solar, Wind Energy, Waste to Energy, Biomass and Energy Efficiency, covering the broad development and advancements of Renewable Energy sector. RENERGY 2014 displays numerous product launches and live demos under one roof which highlights the principal concepts and prevailing trends in Renewable Energy fraternity across world.
Commenting on the conference, Mr. Vineeth Vijayaraghavan, Coordinator for RENERGY 2014 said, “Tamil Nadu has been a champion of renewable energy and a pioneer in developing the wind energy programme in India. We are confident that this three-day conference organised by TEDA, together with the exhibition, will provide a platform for thought leadership, as well as an opportunity for the exhibitors to showcase their latest products and the latest technology trends in the sector”.
Mr. Rajneesh Khattar, UBM India, Marketing & Knowledge Partner for RENERGY 2014 added: “This conference will be an ideal platform for different companies to present and expand their business portfolio by networking with around 15,000 business visitors from across sectors who are expected to attend the conference over the span of three days.”
The Government of Tamil Nadu has launched an ambitious solar policy targeting 3000 MW by 2015. The state is the leader in wind power, with an installed capacity of over 7252 MW, of the total of 21136 MW all over India.
The 3 day conference will cover critical areas pertaining to Solar, Wind, Smart Grids, Green buildings, Bio-Energy etc.
RENERGY 2013 was a huge success and provided an opportunity for the participants to have a productive, detailed interactive session with experts, peers, prospects and suppliers. It also provided a significant boost to the Indian renewable energy ecosystem. RENERGY 2014 has raised the expectations of the industry at large which aims to gather investors, entrepreneurs, professionals, suppliers, and corporate representatives from across the globe on how renewable energy has an important role to play in addressing the growing energy needs of India as it adopts a clean and green approach.