1st International Conference on Large-Scale Grid Integration of Renewable Energy in India

6 – 8 September 2017 in New Delhi

The purpose of this conference is to connect international experts and Indian stakeholders to jointly discuss the latest technological, regulatory and conceptual developments in this field. In light of the Government of India’s very ambitious goal to install 175 GW of renewable energy generation capacity by 2022, grid integration is a major challenge. The conference provides the unique opportunity to discuss the implications for the Indian grid with international experts, practitioners and researchers.

The conference is endorsed by the Indian Ministry of New and Renewable Energy as well as the Indian Ministry of Power and is being organized by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) in partnership with USAID/India and Energynautics. As a longtime Energynautics partner in many projects, GIZ valued Energynautics experience when it comes to organizing successful conferences in the field of grid integration of renewable energies. That’s why they chose Energynautics to partner up with them on the first edition of the International Conference on Large-Scale Grid Integration of Renewable Energy in India.

Energynautics was responsible for enabling a smooth Call for Papers phase with an exceptional number of received abstracts: more than 200 abstracts were submitted during the CfP process. Thus, we can now offer a high-class program which also features expert speakers from renowned authorities like MOP, MNRE, CEA, CERC, IEA, IEC, IRENA, ENTSO-E, NREL or NARUC and many more.

With an introductory session outlining the challenges, roadmap and progress in the field of grid integration of renewable energies as well as sessions on “Policy, Market and Regulatory Interventions” and the “Technical Perspective in System Operation: International Experience” as well as a session on lessons learned and the way forward, Day 1 offers a comprehensive basis for what is to come in the following days. With a total of 26 sessions such as “Grid Codes”, “Forecasting Methods and Applications”, “Storage Issues” or “Ancillary Services with VRE”, the conference itself covers a wide range of topics in the area of grid integration of renewable energies. Furthermore, we expect great insights into the current status of grid integration of large scale renewable energies in India and inspiring ideas for the way that lies ahead.

We expect more than 300 participants at the conference and are looking forward to finishing what we started.

For details visit the conference website!