The Center for Financial Accountability, Indo-German Center for Sustainability at the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras and Climate Trends opens an invitation to participate in the upcoming fourth Energy Finance Conference – 2022 (EFCI).
The conference is held against the backdrop of rapid changes in the energy sector we are witnessing post the pandemic, be it at the policy level, financing models or RE commitments.EFCI, in all its earlier editions in 2019, 2020 and 2021, has been an explorative exercise to understand and deliberate on some of the critical outstanding energy debates with far-reaching implications for people, markets and the environment. The ongoing energy transition, mainly defined by the choices of states to shift towards clean energy, has significantly boosted the development of renewable energy technology in India and abroad.
At a time when renewable energy is touted as the next best alternative to coal, the Indo-German Center for Sustainability at the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras and the Center for Financial Accountability, along with Climate Trends, felt the need to analyze the progress of this transition critically.
Topics for this year include Understanding the Energy Landscape in India, Public and private players in the energy sector, Financing models in the energy sector, Challenges in the ESG framework, Hydrogen, Storage, 2nd / 3rd generation biofuels as game changers and others.
The mode of the conference will be hybrid, as the conference will be held on December 6-7, 2022 at IIT-Madras, Chennai.
For more about the previous conferences, please visit their website.
Link to their promotional video and concept note at EFCI 2022
For registrations, please visit https://bit.ly/efci2022.
Details of the sessions will be shared with the registered participants.