Future PV Roundtable @ Renewable Energy India Expo 2018

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What: Future PV Roundtable at REI 2018

When: September 19, from 11:00 AM to 01:00 PM

Where: Conference area, Seafoam Hall

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Innovation continues to be a driver of the global PV industry. India is no exception as the sector continues to pursue the ambitious goal of 100 GW by 2022. But what is the latest status of innovative PV power plant componentry, design, and execution in India in 2018? And what are key drivers and constraints to the adoption of innovative products and approaches?

To answer these questions and more, pv magazine is bringing its Future PV Roundtable to the 12th Renewable Energy India Conference and Expo for the first time in 2018!

The pv magazine Future PV Roundtable will bring together a unique mix of technologists, equipment and material suppliers, and module and power electronics makers, together with investors and project developers, to investigate a wide range of issues pertaining to innovation.

Focus themes will include:

  • A ‘innovation case study discussion’ of bifacial technology, the challenges to widespread adoption right across the supply chain
  • Learnings from other industries about innovation in risk-adverse industries
  • The role of certification as a driver of innovations – in light of new BIS PV standards
  • ‘Next generation’ cell and module concepts and enabling materials

Invited experts

Vivek Chaturvedi
Regional Director for DSM’s solar business in India, Middle East and Africa regions
DSM

With DSM since 2015, Vivek Chaturvedi was appointed Regional Director for DSM’s solar business in India, Middle East and Africa regions in April 2017. Prior to this he was Country Manager for DSM’s solar business in India. Vivek brings more than 20 years of leadership experience across various industries including the office automation, IT and entertainment industries. He took office products inside Indian homes/home offices that kicked off the concept of retailing office automation products in India between 1996 and 1999.  Between 2001 and 2008 he launched “Made in India” IT Media (Optical Discs) products in more than 80 countries.

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