Subrahmanyam Pulipaka

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National Solar Energy Federation of India: NSEFI

Subrahmanyam Pulipaka is the youngest Chief Executive Officer of National Solar Energy Federation of India (NSEFI). NSEFI is India's largest umbrella body for Solar energy ecosystem which works in a complementary manner to realize India's ambitious Solar goals and represent the Indian Solar industry. He is also the Chair of Renewables in Agriculture Working Group at IRENA Coalition for Action and has also been appointed to UNDP Energy Governance External Advisory Group Member. Recipient of BRICS young scientist Award 2018, Subrahmanyam also specializes in Solar module reliability and has published scientific articles across various internationally acclaimed journals.

June 13, 2023Overview on Operational APV Projects and Relevant Policies in India

June 14, 2023Learning From India's Round-The-Clock Renewables Project Initiative

June 14, 2023Battery Power Plants in Europe, Status, Trends and Potential

Agri PV: How to Utilize the Vast Potential for Solar Power in Agriculture

Tuesday, June 13, 2023, 04:30 pm - 06:00 pm

ICM München Room 14 C

Agri PV has become a buzzword in the solar industry because it can bring together the needs of power plant developers and the food industry. Indeed, co-locating solar energy generation with agricultural operations can optimize space utilization and create multiple revenue streams, which would be a win-win situation. But how complimentary is this approach in reality? And how quickly is Agri PV evolving as the global solar industry is set to require additional space for several hundreds of gigawatts of utility-scale solar power every year?This session will discuss: Deployment of Agri-PV- Product innovations Policies and cost considerations for agricultural projects Panel: What's needed to turn food famers into solar farmers?

Advantages of Hybrid PV Power Plants

Wednesday, June 14, 2023, 11:00 am - 12:30 pm

ICM München Room 14 A

Hybrid power plants can help overcome the limits of flexibility of renewable power generation sources. As solar and wind power are fairly complementary, combining them enables developers to extend their services. And when neither the wind blows nor the sun shines using solar and wind power together with other technologies, such as hydropower or battery storage, even makes a renewable energy supply around the clock possible.This session will discuss: The concept of hybrid solar power plants Opportunities and challenges for energy supply around the clock Legal frameworks and technical boundary conditions for hybrid solar power supply

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