April 12, 2018
IFCCI proposes to organize a breakfast led conference in Bangalore on Clean Technologies and Innovation on Thursday the 12th of April, at Novotel Techpark starting 08:30 AM.
India ratified the Paris climate agreement on the 147th birth anniversary of the father of the nation, Mahatma Gandhi. This presents an unforeseen opportunity to us as a nation at a scale never witnessed before. The agreement has set tangible targets as India has committed to 40% of the country's expected electricity generation capacity from renewable sources by 2030 with a 35% reduction in carbon intensity by 2030 from 2005 levels. Innovation will be the bridge to make this vision a reality and to convert the multiple challenges into opportunities as emerging economies like India with a different pattern of growth and challenges take centre-stage in the development of renewable energy market in the next ten years.
From microgrid technology, solar lanterns, the world’s longest canal top solar project, integrated home solar solutions, wind turbines, apps for distributed generation data, and car batteries to light up homes – India has been home to a host of innovations from start-ups to century old players in the renewable space.
In this context, the Indo-French Chamber of Commerce & Industry (IFCCI) in Bangalore is conducting a breakfast-led conference to bring forth the prime French and Indian industry players in this sector to discuss:
• The Path to True Large-Scale Renewable Energy
• Commercial and industrial: Challenges and opportunities for growth
• Policies for Enabling Corporate Sourcing of Renewable Energy Internationally
• Embracing corporate technology innovations
The profile of the guests will be all C-level executives from IFCCI member companies, top industrialists and businessmen of the country, government officials, MSME & SME company heads, Entrepreneurs, Investors and the media.
We will expect approximately 100 -150 executives for this conference.