Chief Sponsor
 

Chief Sponsor

 
 


IL&FS Environmental Infrastructure &
Services Ltd

 

 

Silver Sponsor

 
 


Organic Recycling Systems Pvt. Ltd.

 

 

Bronze Sponsor

 
 


Andhra Pradesh Industrial Infrastructure Corporation

 

 

Associate Sponsor

 
 


Ramkey Enviro Engineers Limited

 

 

Conference Brochure

 
 



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Organised By

 
 


World Institute of Sustainable Energy, Pune
 

 
Chief Sponsor
 

Organised By

 
 


World Institute of Sustainable Energy
 

 

 

Delegate Fees

 
 

Corporate Rs.5000/-
(per person)

Others Rs.3000/-
(per person)

1. Delegate fee includes the conference kit, other
literature, conference CD, invitation to the 3-course
buffet lunch and 2 tea/ coffee breaks.
2. Delegate fee is inclusive of all taxes and exclusive of travel and ac accommodation charges.
3. Group discount of 20% offered for participation of 3 or more delegates from single company/institution.
4. Delegate fee is non-refundable. However, participation by a substitute is allowed.

Payment Details
Demand Draft / cheque (at par only) towards sponsorship / delegate fees to be drawn in favour of "World Institute of Sustainable Energy", payable at Pune.

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Conference Venue

 
 


India Habitat Centre
Lodhi Road,
New Delhi - 110003
 

 
:: *PROGRAMME SCHEDULE ::

Registration

Inaugural Session

Tea / Coffee Break

Session 1 - Status of Municipal Solid Waste Management in India.

  • Current Status of MSW Management across Indian States
  • MSW to Energy Project Implementation – Experience of Developers and Local Bodies

Session 2 - Technological Options for Conversion of Waste-to-Energy: Global and Indian Experience

  • Bio-chemical Conversion Technology
  • Thermo-chemical Conversion Technology
  • Other Emerging Technological Options

Session 3 - Public-Private Partnership for Promotion of Integrated Waste-to-Energy Projects

  • Issues in implementation of PPP model
  • Responsibility of Municipal Authority and private partner in implementation of Waste-to-energy projects
  • Areas of concern and lessons learnt – RFP and concessional agreement

Session 4 - Policy, Regulation and Finance

  • Legal and Policy Framework
  • Innovative Financing Mechanisms
  • Regulatory Provisions for Promotion of Waste-to-energy Projects at the Central / State Levels.
  • Role of Waste-to-energy Projects in the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan movement.

Tea / Coffee Break

Session 5 - Panel Discussion on Critical Issues in Development of Waste-to-Energy Projects in India and the Way Forward

Panelists
  • Government Ministries / Departments
  • Developers
  • Local Governments
  • Technology Providers
  • Manufacturers
  • State Electricity Regulatory Commissions

*Subject to last minute changes, if any.