PM, Narendra Modi will inaugurate the first World Solar Technology Summit which can be persisted by 8 September 2020. The summit is going to be organized by the International Solar Alliance via a virtual platform.
The first World Solar Technology Summit will specialize in state of the art technologies and next-generation technologies which can help to push efforts towards harnessing solar energy more efficiently.
Renewable Energy Minister RK Singh congratulated for conceptualizing the first-ever World Solar Technology Summit while delivering the keynote address at the curtain-raiser of the event.
The World Solar Technology Summit is predicted to drive the specified growth of solar energy around the world through innovations.
Renewable Energy Minister stated it as a significant junction where the earth is battling with the corona pandemic, and this collective efforts of ISA members won’t only help to defeat this challenge but also provide impetus towards achieving the target of “universal electricity access to all or any or any.
• PM Modi is going to address the inaugural session of the first World Solar Technology Summit. The summit is predicted to determine the participation of ministers across various countries. Besides this, Nobel prize Winner Dr M Stanley Whittingham is going to address the session.
Dr Whittingham was awarded as the Nobel prize in Chemistry jointly with John B Goodenough & Akira Yoshino in 2019 for the discovery of lithium-ion batteries.
• The ISA would even be launching the ISA Journal on solar energy on the occasion which may help authors across the planet to publish their articles on solar power.
• The materials would be reviewed by global experts.
They would reach out the Member nations through ISA’s STAR (Solar Technology and Application Resource centres) centres and NFPs (National Focal points).
There will be four technical sessions which would be available in several languages, including English, Spanish, French and Arabic.
The sessions will see leading companies and research organizations from around the world, presenting their work and deliberate on the latest trends in solar technologies.