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DEC 05 2018

National convention on solar energy begins in Guwahati

  • Economic Times, ET Bureau / Hyderabad
  • Created: Wed 05th DEC 2018


A two-day national level convention on 'Solar Photovoltaic Power Plant and Reactive Power Management', organized by the National Power Training Institute, began here in Guwahati began on Monday. The event is of particular importance at a time when the Centre has a target of generating 100GW of solar power to boost the electricity grid and reduce India's carbon dependence.


The event was inaugurated by Dharma Ranjan Das, advisor to the ministry of new and renewable energy. Assam Energy Development Agency director Arup Kumar Misra, NEEPCO executive director Rajat Chandra Sharma and other dignitaries were also present on the occasion.


Das spoke on the status of India in relation to global solar technologies and role of bodies such as the National Institute of Solar Energy and the International Solar Alliance. He also highlighted the policies and regulations related to renewable energy development. Misra stressed on the importance of small, decentralized solar plants, specially for the northeast.


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