India Distributed Energy Forum and Expo 2019 on January 30 and 31
January 28, 2019, New Delhi: IDEF (India Distributed Energy Forum & Expo), a two day conference aiming to explore the future role that distributed standalone solar solutions can play in complementing the Government of India’s efforts in providing universal energy access to all the citizens will be organized onJan 30 and 31 at Taj Palace, New Delhi by GOGLA along with International Finance Corporation’s Lighting Asia/ India program and Ashden India Collective to chart the business-driven route for the distributed standalone solar products in India.
Speaking about the event IDEF, Viraj Gada, India Regional Representative, GOGLA said, “IDEF is a first-of-its-kind conference and exhibition, exclusively on distributed standalone solar in India. It will focus on the role that the distributed standalone solar sector can play in complementing the government of India’s efforts of providing 24X7 energy access to all citizens.”
Hemant Lamba, Chairman, Ashden India Collective, said, “IDEF is relevant for all stakeholders working in the renewable sector. It will give a platform to entrepreneurs, policy-makers and financiers to explore how India can emerge as a global leader in the off-grid solar space by becoming a hub for technology and business model innovations.”
“The private sector can complement government’s efforts in providing energy access to rural populations and promote livelihood enhancement. The exhibits at IDEF will showcase many of these solutions including solar lanterns, home systems with appliances like TVs, fans; community and street lighting and off-grid productive use appliances”, added, Anjali Garg, Energy Specialist, IFC Lighting Asia Program.
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