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*'''January 30, 2013:''' [[Sarvesh Chadda]] has planned a one-day solar cooking demonstration at the CT group of colleges of Jalandhar in {{state|Punjab}}, [[India]] to help raise awareness for solar cooking technology. Anyone who would like to contribute their solar cooking experience to help with the promotion are encouraged to contact the organizers at [mailto:manikinnovation@gmail.com manikinnovation@gmail.com]
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*'''Thursday, January 15, 2015: (Bhayander)''' The Bhayander based NGO, [[Keshav Srushti]], in a bid to spread awareness on solar cooking, will be gathering students from 500 schools across Mumbai to cook solar-powered dishes. Keshav Srushti has been accredited by the Guinness Book of World Records for having conducted the largest solar oven cooking class in January 2014 with 3,639 participants from 62 schools. Invigorated by the success, the NGO has announced an annual Maha Suryakumbh on January 15, 2015. This coming workshop is aiming to reach 25,000, and possibly even more, school students. [http://www.dnaindia.com/mumbai/report-mumbai-ngo-to-hold-maha-suryakumbh-with-25000-students-2009258 More information...]
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*'''February 15-17, 2015: (New Delhi)''' The First Renewable Energy Global Investment Promotion Meet & Expo (RE - INVEST) is scheduled, with the intention of providing a platform for the global investment community to be able to connect with the stakeholders in [[India]]. The central theme of the event will be further growth of renewable energy and energy efficiency within the country. In addition to the investment gathering, a large exhibition of manufacturers, promoters and developers is also planned to showcase India’s manufacturing capabilities and latest technologies in renewable energy. [http://www.ireda.gov.in/writereaddata/First%20Announcement_%20RE%20-%20INVEST.pdf More information...]
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*'''April 24 - 26, 2015: (Lucknow)''' The North India Solar Summit (NISS) is a major exhibition and conference for the solar industry within [[India]]. This will be the second edition of this conference. The conference appears primarily directed at the PV industry, but promoters of solar thermal technologies are also encouraged to exhibit. However, suggested solar thermal applications emphasize building technology. [http://www.niss.org.in/exhibitors/whoshouldexhibit.html More information...]

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  • Thursday, January 15, 2015: (Bhayander) The Bhayander based NGO, Keshav Srushti, in a bid to spread awareness on solar cooking, will be gathering students from 500 schools across Mumbai to cook solar-powered dishes. Keshav Srushti has been accredited by the Guinness Book of World Records for having conducted the largest solar oven cooking class in January 2014 with 3,639 participants from 62 schools. Invigorated by the success, the NGO has announced an annual Maha Suryakumbh on January 15, 2015. This coming workshop is aiming to reach 25,000, and possibly even more, school students. More information...
  • February 15-17, 2015: (New Delhi) The First Renewable Energy Global Investment Promotion Meet & Expo (RE - INVEST) is scheduled, with the intention of providing a platform for the global investment community to be able to connect with the stakeholders in India. The central theme of the event will be further growth of renewable energy and energy efficiency within the country. In addition to the investment gathering, a large exhibition of manufacturers, promoters and developers is also planned to showcase India’s manufacturing capabilities and latest technologies in renewable energy. More information...
  • April 24 - 26, 2015: (Lucknow) The North India Solar Summit (NISS) is a major exhibition and conference for the solar industry within India. This will be the second edition of this conference. The conference appears primarily directed at the PV industry, but promoters of solar thermal technologies are also encouraged to exhibit. However, suggested solar thermal applications emphasize building technology. More information...

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