The upcoming Intersolar India West, the exhibition and conference for the solar industry in the booming markets of western India, will be held over 2 days from 4th to 5th April at Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai.
Spread over 4000 sqms. of total exhibition space, the exhibition will feature 75+ solution providers,5000+ business professionals and a high-quality solar conference at the designated zone.
Strong participation from 75+ exhibitors
The exhibition gathers strong participation from 75+ exhibitors offering multiple solutions pertaining to the best of the technologies focusing on photovoltaics, PV production and solar thermal technologies. Maharashtra; as an important investment state and one of the leading rooftop market is playing an important role in attracting more and more exhibitors to participate in this exhibition. The variety of solar and renewable solution providers will be a good sourcing platform for the industry stakeholders.
5000+ key visitors from the western region of India
edition is expected to attract 5000+ trade visitors from various end user
industries. The visiting profile will include installers and integrators,
project developers/EPC contractors, manufacturers and suppliers, distributors
energy consultants, investors and analysts, architects/energy planner and government officials; etc.
Knowledge rich workshops powered by key industry associations
Considering the recent developments and investments policies framed by the Government of India; Intersolar India will pool in 30+ industry experts for the conference sessions which will be a deep dive into the dynamics of India’s PV market development along with topics like; financing and business models, enhancing profitability and safety through O&M and improving rural economy – mini & micro-Grids. The other important sessions include scaling up rooftop solar in the SME sector in India (by Deloitte and Climate Investment Funds) and “Bridging the Sustainability Gap – Skills, Entrepreneurship and Technology” which will be conducted by Skill Council for Green Jobs.