Are you geared to leverage the opportunities in India’s cleantech space? Do you want to know about the hot investment trends and sectors that are catching eyeballs in cleantech? Do you want to easily navigate the global and domestic maze of regulatory framework and protocols? Do you want to know what investors are looking for in startups to growth enterprises in the cleantech space?
The first-ever VCCircle Cleantech Investment Summit 2011, slated to be held on January 27 in New Delhi, promises to shed light on all this and much more. With over two dozen speakers, drawn from the investment and entrepreneurial community, the summit is designed to offer an end-to-end perspective on some of the key trends and projections of this sector.
In eight hours flat, the Summit will cover a range of happening cleantech sectors such as energy, water, waste, technology, mobility which would be punctuated by knowledge sessions and case studies. Here is how the conference day has been structured:-
Keynote Address I: The New Paradigms In Cleantech Investing (Scope, Outlook and Investment Potential) by Raja Parthasarathy – MD, IDFC Private Equity
Session I: The Big MegaWatt Question: Is Green Energy, The Most Visible Growth Driver In The Cleantech Space, Scalable Or Is It A Fringe Play?
Anand Prakash, MD, FE Clean Energy
Kamlesh Tejwani, CEO, All Green Energy
Sunil Jain, COO, Green Infra
S.K Sharma, MD, SBA Hydro & Renewable Energy
Gaurav Malik, MD, Olympus Capital
Ritika Goel, Senior Energy and Climate Policy Adviser, DFID
Keynote Address II: The Green Route To Markets
T. Shivaraman – Vice Chairman, Orient Green Power
VCCircle Redhot: Solar Power
What are the underlying entrepreneurial and investment opportunities in this space? Is solar going to be a dominant source of power in India?
Kuljit Singh – Partner, Ernst & Young
Inderpreet Wadhwa – Founder, Azure Power
Alan Rosling – Chairman, Kiran Energy
Jonathan Winer – MD, Nereus Capital
Ashish Jain – Vice President, Corporate Strategy, Moser Baer
Session II: Technology Interventions Leading The Way
How energy efficiency driven by Information & Communication Technology (ICT) will become significant? How to make available technology which is low cost and scalable? Is there an appetite for heavy IP driven technologies which require a long gestation period?
Vinod Kala – Emergent Ventures
Mohan S Iyer – MD, Unidyne
Vivek Tandon – MD, Aloe Private Equity
Reji Kumar Pillai – General Partner, Magnetar Venture
Anjan Mukherjee – MD, HyCa Technologies
Session III: Water & Waste. Will they be growth drivers for cleantech investing going forward?
Vivek Mehra – MD, Sustainable Investment Banking, Yes Bank (Moderator)
S.Suthakar – MD, Aqua Designs India Private Limited
H. B. Singh – MD, Hydroair Tectonics
Samir Tuli – Director, Paramount Ltd
Aamir Jariwala – Head-Strategy & Investor’s Relations, SPML Infra Ltd
Keynote Address III: The Carbon Quotient
How to transition to low carbon economy? How to mine the Rs 28,000-crore opportunity? How is India placed in the global CDM landscape? What does it mean to invest in carbon as a PE strategy?
Vishwajit Dahanukar – MD, Managing Emissions
Session IV: Clean Mobility Solutions
Is India Ready To Drive Green Cars & Bikes? Increasing role of cheap, utility scale energy storage. Biofuels: Is it the way forward?
Mohanjit Jolly, Executive Director, DFJ India
Bhaskar Chalasani – CEO & MD, Naturol BioEnergy Ltd.
Tara S Ganguly – Chairman & CEO, Tara International
To make the most of the investible opportunities and winning business models in the cleantech space, mark your presence at the VCCircle Cleantech Investment Summit 2011 on January 27, 2010 at ITC Sheraton in New Delhi. To register and know more, .