Two Days Online International Symposium
‘ENERGY CONSERVATION AND SOLAR ENERGY’
School of Basic and Applied Sciences, G D Goenka University
Gurugram, Haryana- 122103
15th– 16th Oct 2020
Solar energy as a most prevalent source of renewable energy is stake for obtaining sustainable environment and moderates the climate changes across the globe. In this regard, School of Basic & Applied Sciences (SoBAS) at GD Goenka University, Gurugram (Adjacent to New Delhi), India, has organized a distinctive two days Online International Symposium on ‘Energy Conservation & Solar Energy’(ISECSE-2020) on 15th & 16th Oct 2020. The event was held in association with BEE, Ministry of Power, Govt. of India, HAREDA, Govt. of Haryana, NISE- MNRE, Govt. of India and Indo-German Energy Forum, New Delhi.
The purpose of this symposium was to present international & national participant including experienced & young researchers, Industry stalwarts, business practitioners, decision makers and policy designers at common platform so as to inculcate the awareness and responsibilities towards energy conservation by exploiting the solar energy among young budding school students. This symposium has generated a high level of inquisitiveness among the research scholars and sufficient awareness among school students, and the same was reflected in form of 353 registration out of which 118 were school students, 30 poster presentations, 20 Oral presentations, 52 handmade drawing posters, 20 E-slogans, 17 E-essays. During the two days symposium, 1 Panel discussion, 4 Keynote session, 4 power talks, 2 technical sessions along with different school student events (e-essay, e-handmade posters, online quiz and extempore) were organised. The symposium has attracted participation of 85 International and National institutes with full enthusiasm.
This symposium has witnessed the guest of Honour: Shri Amit Khatri (Deputy Commissioner, Gurugram), Chief Guest: Dr. Nicole Glanemann (Deputy head of division Bilateral Energy Cooperation, Federal ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, Germany) Keynote addresses: Dr. A K Tripathi (Director general, NISE, Faridabad, MNRE, Govt. of India), Dr. Tobias Winter (Director, Indo-German forum, New Delhi), Mr. Shailendra Kumar Shukla (Former Chairman-HAREDA, Govt. of Haryana, Former Chairman, Chhattisgarh state power companies), Dr. Radovan Kopececk (Managing director, International Solar Energy Research Centre Konstanz, Germany). Power talks: Dr. D K Aswal (Director, CSIR-National Physical laboratory, New Delhi), Prof. (Dr.) P B Sharma (Vice Chancellor, Amity University), Dr. Subhash Thota (Associate Professor, IIT Guwahati).
A panel discussion was organised with key theme: ‘Energy Conservation and Solar Energy: Path to Sustainable Living’ and guest speakers were Shri R K Rai (Ministry of of Power, Govt. of India), Mr. Sukhchain Singh (Project Manager, New and Renewable Energy, Department & HAREDA), Dr. Radovan kopeck (Managing Director, ISERC, Konstanz Germany), Dr. K K Pande (Dean Academics, TMC Moradabad, Formerly National Hydroelectric power corporation), Mr. Jaideep N Malaviya (Managing Director, Malaviya Solar Energy Consultancy, Pune), Dr. Subhash Thota (Associate professor, IIT Guwahati), Dr. Amirtanshu Shukla (RGIPT, Amethi, UP). In addition to this, 30 poster and 20 oral presentation were presented. For awareness among the school students, handmade drawing poster, E-slogan, E-essay writing, extempore were also organised.