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BSEC 2013 (Sterling Payments)

Monday, 27 May 2013 at 13:00 - Tuesday, 28 May 2013 at 22:00 (BRT)

São Paulo, Brazil

BSEC 2013 (Sterling Payments)

Registration Information

Registration Type Sales End Price * Fee Quantity
BSEC Full Conference Delegate Fee (Sterling)
Brazil Solar Energy Conference (BSEC) 2013 takes place over one and a half days, on 27 May (afternoon) and 28 May (all day). The event is co-located with Brazil Wind Energy Conference (BWEC) 2013 (27-28 May, two full days) and Brazil Small Renewables Day (BSRD) 2013 (28 May, one day).
Ended £640.00 £0.00
BSEC 2013 Group Discounts (3 or more)
10% group discount (price per delegate)
Ended £575.00 £0.00
Brazil Small Renewables Day Pass
The Brazil Small Renewables Day Pass is a one day pass which permits entry on 28 May 2013 to sessions on 'small renewables' from both BWEC (wind) and BSEC (solar) 2013. The emphasis during these sessions is on wind and solar energy installations of less than 1 MW (i.e. complying with the Brazilian net metering legislation).
Ended £367.00 £0.00
BWEC 2013 (co located wind event)   more info Ended £855.00 £0.00
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Event Details

Brazil Solar Energy Conference (BSECwill be launched in May 2013. Building on the success of Brazil Wind Energy Conference (BWEC), the focus for BSEC is building Brazil's solar business - with a particular emphasis on the financing and investment required to scale up the embryonic solar industry in Brazil. BSEC will address questions such as:

- Building on the experience of wind, what are the most appropriate regulatory incentives for the solar industry in Brazil?

- Can Brazil compete as a solar equipment manufacturer - and is there scope for a domestic equipment manufacturing industry?

- Which regions of Brazil lend themselves to utility scale solar - and what are the most appropriate technologies?

- How will solar fit within the Brazilian energy mix, alongside other renewables (wind, hydro, biomass) and other forms of energy generation?

- What is the scope for micro / building integrated / distributed solar in Brazil?

- What is the role of BNDES and the regional development banks in financing solar in Brazil?

- What expertise is required in Brazil to build the solar industry: should the focus be on technology research or on engineering skills?

- How can Brazil learn from the successes (and failures) of other nations which have built a solar industry?

An expert panel will address these - and much more at BSEC - a forum for debate on this emerging industry.

Small scale solar: the introduction of new legislation permitting net metering for wind projects of below 1 MW is set to create a market for distributed generation of soalr energy in Brazil. A half day session during BSEC 2013, on day 2, will focus on the potential for small solar energy. Combined with a half day session on small scale wind energy in Brazil, this comprises part of Brazil Small Renewables Day (BSRD 2013). Delegates may register to attend BSRD 2013 only at a reduced fee.


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When & Where

Rua Olimpiadas 205
São Paulo, 04551 000

Monday, 27 May 2013 at 13:00 - Tuesday, 28 May 2013 at 22:00 (BRT)

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