Webinar: The Heat is On – SHIP potential in India

10 July at 12:30 CEST/ 16:00 IST (Check your local time)

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In 2019 solar heat capacity additions reached 251MW around the world but only 2MW were installed in India. Its industrial sectors account for more than 50% of the country’s energy needs and a lot of these energy sources must be imported, either as oil, gas or high-quality coal. However, many industries in India use only low to medium temperatures of below 400 °C, which SHIP (or CSH) can easily provide. In this webinar, some of the most experienced experts and industry executives will share their experiences on the SHIP market in the India and the findings of the Solar Payback project:

  • Assess the size of the opportunity for Solar heat in India, considering its energy need for industrial heat, the growth of renewables going forward, and the policies that are driving this technology forward
  • Learn about the potential of RESCOs to promote market development – listen to real case studies about payback time and calculate the amount of fuel you can displace by deploying these systems
  • Hear expert advice on new policies that can accelerate to the deployment of SHIP projects in India – consider the impact of the recent fall in fossil fuel prices in the future development and financing of SHIP projects

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