PM Modi to inaugurate First World Solar Technology Summit to be held on Sept 8. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the first World Solar Technology Summit that will be held on September 8, 2020. The summit is being organised by the International Solar Alliance (ISA) on a virtual platform. The first World Solar Technology Summit will focus on state-of-the-art technologies and next-generation technologies that will help boost efforts towards harnessing solar energy more efficiently. This was announced by Renewable Energy Minister RK Singh on August 17, 2020.
Ministry of Information and Broadcasting stated, RK Singh, President of the ISA Assembly and Union Minister of State for Power and New & Renewable Energy (IC) and Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, today shared details of the First World Solar Technology Summit being organised by ISA on a virtual platform on September 8.
ISA would also be launching the ISA Journal on Solar Energy (I JOSE) that would help authors from across the globe to publish their articles on solar energy, during the event. The articles in this journal would be reviewed by global experts and will reach the member countries through ISA’s vast network of NFPs (National Focal points) and STAR (Solar Technology and Application Resource centres) centres, the Ministry informed. High-level dignitaries from the world of Scientific Research and Development and a CEO’s conclave will set the tone of the deliberations on low cost, innovative and affordable solar technologies.
Senior government functionaries, heads of global corporations, financial and multilateral institutions, civil society, foundations, and think-tanks will be present during the inaugural session.
On this occasion, President of the ISA Assembly and Union Power and New & Renewable Energy Minister R K Singh stated there are two objectives of the ISA—health of the planet and equity (improving access to energy across the planet.
He was of the view that the submit would be for the sustainable future of world. Earlier responding to the question on any plan about banning Chinese firms from participating in the global auction for solar home systems for ISA member nations, Tripathy said that the ISA would follow the UN Charter on that. State-run firm EESL has been entrusted by the ISA to do this exercise for a potential order of 47 million home power systems worth about USD 28 billion. This is basically a price discovery tender
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