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Conference On Grid Integration Storage, Big Data

Dated 22 May 2017,

At the Smart cities Mission conference, held at Pragati Maidan, Mr. Manoj Pande, MD, Statcon Energiaa gave a presentation on the topic of Grid integration- Storage, Big data for elaborating on the energy reliance of “Meri Bijli Mere Ghar” translated to My Electricity My house”.

In this session the Mr. Pande gave brief on these points

Discussion Points:
• Lack of R&D in renewables and efforts being made in this direction
• Innovations in smart grid technologies
• Emerging storage technologies and road ahead
• Commercial feasibility of storage solutions for grid stability and its impact on solar tariff

To watch the speech video please click on below link and buffer  the video at 3:40sec. Mr Pande sir gave valuable speech.
Mr. KVS Baba, CEO Of POSOCO, India started the ceremony and welcomed all the speakers who were participanting in this event.

The following panellists participated in the event

  • Mr. Debi Dash, Director, Operations & Membership, India Energy Storage Alliance, India
    Panelists:
  • Mr. Aseem Goyal, Panasonic India Pvt. Ltd., India*
  • Mr. V.K. Agrawal, Executive Director – Energy Management, ReGen Powertech Private Limited, India
  • Mr. Manoj Pande, MD, Statcon Energiaa, India
  • Mr. Winfried Damm, Programme Director, IGEN, GIZ, India*
  • Mr. Vinay Rustagi, Managing Director, Bridge to India, India*
  • Mr. Shravan Kumar Singh, Regional Leader, Smart Energy Division (APAC), NEC, India*

The objective of the Solar Renewable Energy & Smart Cities Mission Conference is to promote cities that provide core infrastructure and give a decent quality of life to its citizens, a clean and sustainable environment, and application of ‘Smart’ Solutions. The focus is on sustainable and inclusive development, and the idea is to look at compact areas, create a replicable model for other cities. Nearly 31% of India’s current population live in urban areas, and contribute 63% of India’s GDP (Census 2011). Urban areas are expected to house 40% of India’s population and contribute 75% of India’s GDP by 2030. This requires comprehensive development of physical, institutional, social and economic infrastructure. All are important in improving the quality of life and attracting people and investment, setting in motion a virtuous cycle of growth and development. Development of Smart Cities is a step in that direction. Smart Cities tap a range of approaches – digital and information technologies, urban planning best practices, public-private partnerships, and policy change – to make a difference.

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