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At present, majority of central and state government solar tenders require solar power developers to adhere to E-Waste (Management) Rules and Hazardous and Other Wastes (Management and Transboundary Movement) Rules for waste disposal. Disappointingly, these rules do not specify any procedure for collection and recycling of solar PV waste specifically. This poses a serious concern about treatment of PV waste in India.
1. Quantum of PV waste, associated technical challenges and market developments in recycling space.
2. Suo motu initiatives taken by market players including module manufacturers and project developers.
3. Existing policy and regulatory framework, and technical specifications in solar tenders.
4. Need for more innovative and environmentally sustainable products.
5. Way forward.
Open access solar is fundamentally a very attractive market opportunity. Main drivers include rising cost advantage over grid power and policy thrust on mitigation in carbon emissions. Despite the various compelling benefits, the market is still very small at 2,894 MW as of March 2018. Market growth is held back by severe policy challenges and, to some extent, cheap short-term power availability from exchanges.
Key points to be covered are:
1. Status of open access solar market
2. Policies, regulations and charges
3. Market potential – risks, drivers and challenges
4. State ratings as per performance and growth potential
There is a strong need for energy storage for solar integration. MNRE is launching a National Energy Storage Mission for adressing the needs for energy storage at transmission level, at distribution level and campus microgrids as well as for off grid systems. India also saw various solar and energy storage tenders in last 2 years. This webinar will address the underlying techno-commercial trends in energy storage as well as provide insights into changing regulatory and business models that is creating an unique opportunity. Webinar will cover applications such as solar smoothing, solar firming and island opportunities from around the globe. The webinar takes place on November 8, 2018 at 12:30 pm IST.
The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are the guiding principle for economic, environmental and social development that is anchored in the notion of ‘meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generation to meet their own needs’. Access to sustainable, reliable, and affordable energy; management of resources such as water, waste, and air; creation of ‘micro-economic zones (MEZs)’ and development of locally relevant skills play key roles. These, in turn, reduce the pressure on agriculture and land, and create the foundation for Smart Communities. SunMoksha has developed this holistic solution for sustainable, scalable, socioeconomic development of the rural hinterland.