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The 16th Regulators & Policymakers Retreat
3-6 September 2015, Goa

The Independent Power Producers Association of India (IPPAI) is organising the 16th edition of the Regulators and Policy Makers Retreat (RPR) from 3-6th September, 2015 at Goa Marriott Resort & Spa, Goa. The event, supported by the Ministry of Coal, will focus on subjects such as renewable energy, smart grid and energy storage. 

The theme of the event this year is The Epochal shift in the idea of India”. The conference promises to bring together regulators, policy makers and industry stakeholders to discuss and debate among other issues the way forward for the renewable energy sector in India. The retreat will also see discussions on political and economical shift that India has gone through with the recent elections; and the implications on the private sector development especially in infrastructure. Critical issues including judicial decisions on coal block de-allocations and their impact on the economy, expectations of the nation and underlying challenges for the new government, will also be deliberated upon. 

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The Indian wind energy sector has an installed capacity of 23,439.26 MW (as on March 31, 2015). In terms of wind power installed capacity, India is ranked 5th in the World. Today India is a major player in the global wind energy market.

The potential is far from exhausted. Indian Wind Energy Association has estimated that with the current level of technology, the ‘on-shore’ potential for utilization of wind energy for electricity generation is of the order of 102 GW. The unexploited resource availability has the potential to sustain the growth of wind energy sector in India in the years to come.

InWEA will help the industry in realizing this potential quickly and efficiently


Pilot on Energy Storage for RE Projects

The USAID PACE-D TA Program is working closely with MNRE on a range of initiatives including energy storage technologies. MNRE proposes to support demonstration projects for energy storage to assess feasibility of energy storage technologies for small scale and  grid connected MW scale renewable energy applications in India. To download EOI please click on

KERC PUBLIC NOTICE : Petition for Revision of Tariff for Wind Energy Projects


1. Main petition_07.05.12

2. Memo for documents_16.07.12

3. Additional submission_28.08.12

4. Additional submission_26.09.12

5. Additional submission_11.01.13

List of petition Filed by InWEA in SERCs and Courts across Various
States in India

Encouraging MSME to acquire product certification licenses from National / Intwrnational Bodies.


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