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TMCNet:  Fifth Annual SOLARCON India Exhibition Returns to Bangalore in 2013

[January 16, 2013]

Fifth Annual SOLARCON India Exhibition Returns to Bangalore in 2013

(Targeted News Service Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) SAN JOSE, Calif., Jan. 15 -- The Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International issued the following news release: Today, SEMI announced that SOLARCON(R) India 2013 will be held at the KTPO Exhibition Complex in Bangalore, India on August 1-3, 2013. The exhibition and conference provides a premier platform that brings together the entire supply chain with a focus on PV technology, manufacturing, production, and deployment. SOLARCON India is supported by the Government of India (Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) and the Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency (IREDA) and Karnataka Renewable Energy Development Limited (KREDL).

"With recent solar energy target announcements by federal and several state governments including Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh in South India, and their enormous market potential, India will see transformational changes in its energy mix over the next several years -- promising to propel India to a new paradigm," said Bettina Weiss, president, SEMI India.

SOLARCON India 2013 is supported by India's top solar industry leaders such as Lanco Solar, BHEL-Amorphous Silicon Solar Cell Plant, Indosolar, Mahindra EPC, centrotherm, IIT Bombay, AMD, E&Y and Solar Semiconductor. SOLARCON India is the event of choice for solar industry stakeholders in India and is your best opportunity to maximize your company's participation in India's solar market. This best-in-class exhibition attracts highly-focused visitors from across the Indian and global solar manufacturing supply chain.

Featuring renowned speakers and panelists from India and abroad, the SOLARCON India conference addresses latest trends, challenges and potential solutions for the Indian PV industry in the context of local and global developments. In addition, the exhibition portion of the event focuses on the PV manufacturing supply chain from R&D to project development and deployment and latest market developments.

SOLARCON India, organized by SEMI, attracts a highly influential audience -- 87 percent of attendees are involved in purchasing decisions and 59 percent of visitors are in executive or senior management. Attendees include equipment and materials suppliers; cell and module manufacturers; balance of systems (BOS) suppliers (inverters, batteries, tracking and mounting systems, integrators); distributors, EPC and project developers; academia and research; utility-scale developers and government. To book exhibit space at SOLARCON India 2013, please visit www.solarconindia.org/Exhibitors/ExhibitNow.

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