Pune hosting wind energy meet today

Alka Kshirsagar Pune | Updated on March 12, 2018 Published on May 29, 2012

Pune is hosting the Renewable Energy 2012 Wind Conference today to address the theme of ‘Propelling the Power of Wind Energy in India’.

The wind energy sector is expected to add 15,000 MW over the next five years. Rollback of tax breaks by the Government for the wind energy sector has triggered fresh concerns that investors seeking tax breaks may migrate to other sectors.

At the conference, industry experts will deliberate on cost optimisation through lean manufacturing, innovative financing models, automation technology and effective supply chain management that dictates delivery capability, product strategies and pricing for turbine manufacturers.

Mr Rajneesh Khattar, Project Director, UBM India, who is organising the conference, said: “The conference arrives at a time when the industry is combating with new challenges that will impact their capacity addition.”

The conference is being supported by E&Y and will feature industry experts from C-WET, Gamesa Corporation, GE India, Indian Wind Turbine Manufacturers’ Association, RRB Energy, Suzlon Energy, CRISIL Risk & Infrastructure Solutions, IDFC Private Equity, SBI Capital Markets, Green Infra Ltd, ICICI Bank, Luminous Renewable Energy, ReNew Power Pvt Ltd and Siemens Ltd, among others.

Published on May 29, 2012
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