HYDERABAD, INDIA: SEMI India, the Indian arm of SEMI (Semiconductor Equipment Materials International) and PV Group, a leading industry association serving the photovoltaic supply chain, will be conducting SOLARCON India 2010 at the Hyderabad International Convention Centre (HICC), Hyderabad between July 28-30, 2010.
The forthcoming event is the second edition of the country’s largest and most successful solar-focused event, backed by the solar industry.
SOLARCON India 2010 will focus on the recently launched Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (JN-NSM) which has set an ambitious target of 20,000 Megawatts (MW) of solar generated power by 2022 and aims at establishing India as a global leader in solar energy.
The event includes a best-in-class exhibition bringing together leading global and India Solar/PV players from the entire ecosystem to help build a robust PV supply chain to meet the demands of the JN-NSM. The associated three-day international conference will bring together eminent solar energy experts from industry, academia and the government who will present new technologies, solutions and trends and will discuss the opportunities and challenges in expanding solar energy in India.
Sathya Prasad, Chairperson, SOLARCON India 2010 and President, SEMI India said: ‘SOLARCON India, is the only event that reinvests revenues back to support the industry with programs like industry standards, market research, EHS and other public policy programs and we are currently focused on working with the industry in the implementation of JN-NSM.’
The event is run by the Solar/PV industry for the industry in India. It will also facilitate collaboration, market growth and efficient technology advancement. In 2009 in its inaugural year, SOLARCON India, was held at the same venue and attracted over 3,500 professional visitors, 600 conference delegates and participation from 68 companies from around the world.