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PM Modi to inaugurate First World Solar Technology Summit to be held on Sept 8

KINS Desk


Srinagar, Aug 18 (KINS): The First World Solar Technology Summit will be organized by International Solar Alliance, ISA on a virtual platform on 8th of September.


According to news agency KINS while sharing details of the summit, President of the ISA Assembly and New and Renewable Energy Minister R. K. Singh said Prime Minister Narendra Modi will deliver the inaugural address of the First World Solar Technology Summit and it will be graced by Ministers from member countries from across all ISA regions.


He said, High-level dignitaries from the world of Scientific Research and Development and a CEO’s conclave will set the tone of the deliberations on low cost, innovative and affordable solar technologies. 


Senior Government Functionaries, Heads of Global Corporations, Financial and Multilateral Institutions, Civil society, Foundations and Think-Tanks will be present during the inaugural session.


Singh said Nobel Laureate Dr. M. Stanley Whittingham will present the Key-note Address during the inaugural ceremony.
He said, the objective of the event is to bring the spotlight on state-of-the-art technologies as well as next-generation technologies which will provide impetus to the efforts towards harnessing solar energy more efficiently.


The Minister said, ISA would also be launching the ISA Journal on Solar Energy that would help authors from across the globe to publish their articles on solar energy, during the event.(KINS)
 

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