[kehitysmaaliike-l] Tervetuloa AURINKOENERGIAtapahtumiin Helsingissä ja Espoossa 16.-17.10.
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Tervetuloa InSIC:in (International Solar Innovations Council), Kepan,
Siemenpuu-säätiön, Aalto-yliopiston sekä Eduskunnan globaali ja
energiaremonttiryhmien järjestämiin aurinkoenergia-aiheisiin
tilaisuuksiin ensi viikon tiistaina ja keskiviikkona!
Lisätietoja ohjelmasta ja InSICistä:
Tuesday 16 October
9.00-12.00 PROMOTING SOLAR ENERGY AND SOLAR INNOVATIONS IN RURAL AREAS
Venue: Kepa, Dialogi meeting room, 5th floor, Elimäenkatu 25-27, Helsinki
Organized by InSIC, Kepa and Siemenpuu Foundation
How can the new Indian solar innovations reduce greenhouse gas emissions
and benefit other parts of Global South (besides South Asia), and how
could the western development NGOs assist in their dissemination?
Yogesh Kulkarni: Using solar energy for improving livelihood in rural
India – Vigyan Ashram’s experiences
Rakesh Kumar: Societal impact of solar application on mountain community
Lal Singh: Innovative Solar water and space heating systems for
mountains – a case study of the Indian Himalayas
Sini Numminen: Is solar energy sustainable? Challenges of operating
solar micro-grids in rural Uttar Pradesh (India) - a university research
case study in seven villages
Eero Oksanen: Promoting solar energy in Finland
Vesa-Matti Puro: Experiences from promoting solar energy in Finnish
countryside and urban areas
Amelie Oheim and Teresa Lopez: EKOenergy's Climate Fund tackling poverty
through supporting solar energy projects
Kari Silfverberg: What’s happening in the field of solar cookers?
Professor S.P. Gonchaudhury: How the new Indian solar energy innovations
are making solar energy affordable for the billions
Peter Kuria (tbc): Promoting solar energy and solar innovation in rural
areas: experiences from western and eastern Africa
Registration: info at kepa.fi <mailto:info at kepa.fi>
14.15-18.00 SUSTAINABILITY CHALLENGES: CURRENT AND FUTURE TRENDS IN
Venue: Hall Mordor, A GRID building, Aalto University, Otakaari 5, Espoo
Organized jointly by INSIC and the Aalto University Sustainability Hub.
Join us to meet and discuss with representatives of five key Indian
Science and Technology Ministry’s core support groups visiting Aalto
University to build dialogue on new energy systems and solar energy at
large. Lal Singh HRG (Himalayan Research Group), Professor Santi Pada
Gonchaudhury from NBIRT (Nath Bose Instutute for Rural Technologies),
Rakesh Kumar from HESCO, Yogesh Kulkarni Vigyan Ashram and Reghu Rama
Das from Mitraniketan are here to create dialogue with Aalto research
and collaboration in Finland for International Solar Alliance.
Free entry, but please register at:
14.15 – 14.30 Get together with coffee
14.30 – 15.30 Solving the Storage Problem, what to do with the extra
solar power generated at midday?
The storage problem is still the greatest bottleneck on the way towards
a 100 per cent renewable energy system. How much can be done by new,
intelligent super-grids and/or by adjusting our production systems and
other energy consumption to the solar age? What is the ideal balance
between energy harvesting and storage? What will be the cheapest ways to
store the power that needs to be stored?
Professor S.P. Gonchaudhury: Converting existing hydropower plants and
reservoirs to pumped-storage hydropower; a way to solve a major part of
the storage problem?
Professor Peter Lund: Optimum interplay between PV and energy storage
Professor Annukka Santasalo-Aarnio: New trends in energy storage and
David Brown, CEO, Broadbit Batteries (uncertain): The promise and
potential of sodium batteries
15.30 – 16.15: Clean cooking energy for the billions
400 million families are still cooking their food with traditional
cookers burning biomass in a very polluting way. Accoridng to the World
Health Organization the small particle emissions from these traditional
biomass cookers annually cause 4.3 million premature deaths, besides
which they also contribute to global warming the melting of Himalayan
glaciers. Emissions can be reduced by more than one hundred times by
better design and equipping the biomass cookers with tiny electric fans,
but how to power the fans in houses that have no grid connection? The
batteries and solar panels of micro-solar domes are an obvious
alternative, but are there other possibilities, besides them?
Ninad Mutatkari, Fortum: Solar(2)Go, buying and selling tiny amounts of
power by mobile phone applications
Pasi Ylirisku and Tommi Vahtera: The possibilities and limitations of
new biomass- (or solar-) heated thermo-electric generators (TEGs)
16.15-16.45 Coffee break
16.45 – 18.00 Emerging trends and exciting new solar energy innovations
What are the most interesting, game-changing and revolutionary recent
solar energy innovations? What are the most important areas in which new
and better solar innovations and techniques are still desperately needed?
Dr Salla Puupponen, Kemira and Aalto University: Novel phase change
material composition for heat change and storage applications
Dr Syed Ghufran Hashmi: Cheap, printable perovskite solar cells: the
future of solar power?
Dr Kati Miettunen: Solar energy and materials in the device life cycle
Risto Isomäki: The urgent need for more ecological and climate-friendly
air conditioning methods: what kind of things have been proposed, this far?
Wednesday 17 October
14.15-16.00SOLAR ENERGY FOR THE BILLIONS
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. Gonchaudhury, 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, and Ms *Hanna Sarkkinen*, Member of the Finnish
Free entrance, but pre-registration recommended: info at siemenpuu.org
<mailto:info at siemenpuu.org>
The International Solar Innovations Council
The Global Affairs Group of the Finnish Parliament (Eduskunnan
The Inter-Party Energy Reform Group of the Finnish Parliament
The Siemenpuu Foundation:www.siemenpuu.org <http://www.siemenpuu.org/>
16.30-19.00 INSIC general meeting in the large meeting room of Kepa
InSIC (International Solar Innovations Council, www.solarinnovations.org
) is a new international organization or network which aims to catalyze
solar energy innovations that are relevant also for the world’s two or
three billion poorest people. What is the vision of INSIC and how can we
make it come true? A general brainstorming and planning meeting related
to INSIC’s future plans and activities, including first discussion about
INSIC’s plan of action for the year 2019. Free entry but please register
your participation at: info at kepa.fi
Further information: Risto Isomäki, InSIC and CED, r.isomaki at gmail.com
Mr. *Timo Kuronen*
Communications and Programme Coordinator
Lintulahdenkatu 10, 00500 Helsinki, Finland
timo.kuronen at siemenpuu.org
tel: +358 50 569 1642
Tue etelän järjestöjen omia ympäristöhankkeita! www.siemenpuu.org/lahjoita
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