Invitation to a seminar:
SOLAR ENERGY FOR THE BILLIONS
Date: Wednesday, 17 October 2018, 14:15-16:00
Venue: Kansalaisinfo (Visitor's Centre) of the Finnish Parliament, Arkadiankatu 3, Helsinki
Will our global future be powered by the Sun? What is happening in the field of solar energy in Finland, Europe, India and elsewhere? Can the new and affordable solar technologies coming from India also benefit the world's two billion poorest people?
Opening words by Mr Kimmo Tiilikainen, the Finnish Minister for Environment
Address by Ms Vani Rao, the Ambassador of India to Finland
Ms Satu Hassi, Member of the Finnish Parliament: "The (renewable) energy policies of the European Union"
Professor S.P. GonChaudhuri, Nath Bose Institute for Rural Technologies (NBIRT): "Indian Solar Mission, ISA and InSIC: what is happening in the field of solar energy in India?"
Comments by Dr Sunil Agarwal, Department of Science and Technology, Government of India
Comments by Ms Hanna Sarkkinen (MP), Ms Riitta Myller (MP), Mr Esa Erävalo, Ms Tiina Ahva and Mr Timo Harakka (MP)
Free entrance, but pre-registration recommended: firstname.lastname@example.org
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The International Solar Innovations Council (InSIC): www.solarinnovations.org
The Global Affairs Group of the Finnish Parliament (Eduskunnan globaaliryhmä)
The Inter-Party Energy Reform Group of the Finnish Parliament (Eduskunnan energiaremonttiryhmä)
The Siemenpuu Foundation: www.siemenpuu.org