Indian Solar Energy Market Outlook

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Tuesday, September 20, 2022 | 9:30am – 11:00am CEST | Webinar Language: English

India is home to the 4th largest installed Renewable Energy Capacity, and 5th largest Solar Energy capacity in the world, with an ambitious target of 500 GW Non – Fossil Fuel Energy Capacity by 2030, with around 300 GW from Solar Energy sector alone to be set up.

Accelerating the Solar Energy Deployment would require huge investments in developing indigenous Solar module/cell manufacturing, disruptive technology and global collaborations. India has numerous opportunities for German companies to invest in this energy transition journey in different sectors like, Solar Module Manufacturing, Energy Storage, Green Hydrogen etc.

NSEFI as an umbrella organization of all solar energy stakeholders of India invites all concerned stakeholders to this session on Indian Solar Energy Market Outlook, focusing on opportunities and exploring India as an investment destination.

About KVP Project between NSEFI and BSW-Solar

In order to support this market development aims the KVP (Business Membership Organisation Partnerships) project between the National Solar Energy Federation of India (NSEFI) and the German Solar Association (BSW-Solar) to help India accelerate energy transition. Activities such as the improvement, adaptation and diversification of the services of NSEFI, as well as the exchange and cooperation of the two associations are foreseen.

This project is supported by sequa gGmbH as part of the Business Membership Organisation Partnerships (KVP) of the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).

Presented by

Subrahmanyam Pulipaka, Chief Executive Officer, NSEFI

Subrahmanyam Pulipaka is the youngest chief executive officer of National Solar Energy Federation of India. National Solar Energy Federation of India (NSEFI) is an umbrella organisation representing solar energy companies in India that are active along the whole
photovoltaic value chain: project developers, manufacturers, engineering companies, financing institutions and other stakeholders. NSEFI is a platform for various solar energy industry stakeholders with the objective of strengthening the communication and taking a unified stand for greater good of solar energy industry. NSEFI is directed by leaders who have decades of experience leading private organisations as well as policy initiatives.
He is the recipient of BRICS Energy for Thought - Young Scientist award - 2018. Previously he was the co-founder and CEO of Soreva Energy, one of the 10 Energy startups representing India at RISE-2017, Hong Kong. Subrahmanyam is one of the 50 Indian young CEOs shortlisted for Global Entrepreneurship Summit- 2017, Hyderabad chaired by Hon. PM of India Narendra Modi and Ms. Ivanka Trump - advisor to the President of the United States of America.
He is an alumnus of BITS Pilani and is also the founding chairman of India Africa Youth Energy Forum (IAYEF), a platform dedicated to nurture future energy leaders in the Indian subcontinent and African continent. He also started series of Youth Energy Dialogues for carrying forward the youth centric energy revolution dialogues in different cities in India as well as different countries in Africa.
He has been involved in active research on the reliability of solar photovoltaics since last 4 years and was one of the youngest researchers to represent India at many international forums. Apart from this, he has also been actively involved in solar skill development and policy deliberation activities and addressed various intergovernmental sessions in India, China, Russia and Rwanda.

David Wedepohl, Managing Director International Affairs, BSW-Solar

David Wedepohl is Managing Director International Affairs at the German Solar Industry Association (BSW Solar)

Managing Director International Affairs David Wedepohl is a radio journalist by training who studied and worked on both sides of the Atlantic. He holds a master’s degree in Journalism and Public Affairs which he achieved as a Fulbright scholar. His professional experience included working for the German embassy in Washington, DC as a senior press and public diplomacy officer. He first came in touch with the solar industry while working for an American consulting company before taking up his job as director communications and markets at the German Solar Association, also serving as the organization's spokesperson. He now holds the position of managing director international affairs and is responsible for the association's international activities. Among those are projects in North, West and Southern Africa, Latin America, South-East Asia and the US.


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