Events

Title Type Venue Start Date End Date
Workshop on 'Biomass Gasifier Technology for Glass, Ceramic and Pottery industries in Gujarat' Workshop CSIR-CGCRI Naroda Center, Ahmedabad 27 June 2014 27 June 2014
Stakeholders' Workshop on 'Dissemination of Solar Energy Technologies in Kenya for Rural Electrification: Challenges and Opportunities' Workshop Desmond Tutu Conference Centre, Nairobi, Kenya 11 June 2014 11 June 2014
Workshop on Green Mini-grid Development in South Asia Workshop United International University, Dhaka 28 May 2014 28 May 2014
International brainstorming session on 'Barriers to, and Capacity Building Needs for, Achieving Sustainable Energy for All' Conference Jehangir, Taj Palace Hotel, New Delhi 5 February 2014 5 February 2014
Accelerated dissemination of thermal biomass gasifiers in MSME's: Essential market conditions and policy requirements Conference Magnolia Hall, IHC, New Delhi 4 February 2014 4 February 2014
Practitioners' workshop on Augumenting Livelihoods through Renewable Energy in Rural Areas Workshop Xavier Institute of Management, Bhubaneshwar 2 January 2014 2 January 2014

Workshop on Green Mini-grid Development in South Asia

United International University, Dhaka
Start date: 28 May 2014
End date: 28 May 2014

Summary

As a part of series of workshops organized by the OASYS South Asia Project, TERI organised a Workshop on Green Mini-grid Development in South Asia, on 28 May 2014 at the United International University, Dhaka. This workshop, the 6th South Asia Annual Workshop of the Multi-Partners OASYS Project, led by De Montfort University, was organized in collaboration with the Centre for Energy Research of United International University, on the occasion of the 3rd International Conference on the Developments in Renewable Energy Technology held in Dhaka from 29-31 May 2014. The workshop focused on examining the barriers and solutions to sustainable, large-scale implementation of green mini-grids in rural areas of developing regions that currently lack access or have intermittent access to modern electricity solutions, based on experiences in the field. The workshop saw active participation of over 70 stakeholders from the government, industry, financial institutions, regulatory bodies, academic, research institutions and practitioners.
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