Renewable energies and energy efficiency session
New Delhi [India], July 17 (ANI / PNN): The BRICS Chamber of Commerce hosted a webinar on the future of energy innovation at 5:30 p.m. on July 16, 2021 at IST. An interactive session on renewable energies and energy efficiency.
In line with the BRICS agenda 2021, the BRICS Chamber of Commerce will identify the drivers of renewable energy sustainability through roundtables assessing current policy scenarios for efficient energy use and innovation at the global level and national. I evaluated it.
The session began with a welcoming remarks from Vishwas Tripathi, Chairman of the BRICS ICC, who said: “We are witnessing unprecedented momentum for decisive global action to address energy access. And innovation: 1. Dr. Elbia Gannoum-General Director of ABEEolica-Associacao Brasileira de EnergiaEolica, Vice-President of the Brazilian Council of World Wind Energy 2. Dr. Jai Asundi-General Secretary of Technology Policy 3, Scientific research center. Arjun Agarwal-Founder and CEO 4 of KR Biofuels. HemantMallya-Senior Program Leader, Industrial Sustainability Competitiveness, Energy Council, EnvironmentWater 5. Frank Cato Lahti-Founder / CEO of Othalo6. Eric Lau-Dr. Elbia Gannoum, strategic business leader at V-Flow Tech in Singapore, said: Over the next decade there are special opportunities to produce green hydrogen. We expect production in 2030 to be three times that of 2020. “Dr. says Jai Asundi. Future source of energy. It can take many forms, including large solar power plants and large wind farms. You can also take advantage of distributed renewable energy. Cities far from cities to access villages and energy are working to develop rooftop solar technology and provide solutions to technical, regulatory and financial barriers. “Hemant Mary” Recent research focused on job creation opportunities in floating solar spaces, traditionally land-based solar power plants, but in this case floating solar panels in water. We aim to generate electricity. “At VFlow tech , we have invested 7 to 8 years of research and innovation in new technologies which are essentially focused on million-dollar batteries flow and their marketing. In addition, for about ten years, it has belonged to solar energy because it is a cheap and renewable resource, but its growth is unsustainable because the existing storage solutions are not sufficient to support it. Yes, reliable, low cost, long term energy storage is required. Solution. “Theme 2: Renewable energy market: what is the next step? 1. Ranjit Gupta-CEO of Azure Power 2. Ismael Guerrero Arias-President of Energy Group CanadianSolar Inc.
3. Kelly Grace Alcock-Global Impact Project Officer, Oxfam, South Africa 4. Vinod Rijhwani-Managing Partner, Surja Energy 5. Ram Divedi-Co-owner, Pravaig Dynamics 6. Sun Edison Ranjit Gupta, Co-Chairman of Pashu Gopalan , said: “This is helping our country to recover in terms of the BRICS countries’ focus on renewable energy,” said Kelly Grace Alcock. It has also been very beneficial in terms of socio-economic opportunities, such as improving application security and increasing energy costs. “I think we have to recognize that energy is a big part of civilization,” said Pashupathy Gopalan. “We are in the midst of a transformation, and looking back over the past two years, I think it will help transform energy and hydrogen. The BRICS countries need to be aware of this potential. The beauty of hydrogen isn’t all that new, with around 70 million tonnes of hydrogen used in fertilizer and petroleum refining processes. “This session, Ruhail Ranjan (MD, Chandrika Power, Board Member, BRICS CCI) moderated.
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