WHY IRAN?

 

We Builld

Iran is considering deployment of renewable energies sources and these plans are driving energy transition in the country. Iran is becoming a highly attractive emerging market for renewable energy projects. The country is set to experience rapid growth and the renewable energy production capacity is predicted to reach 5,000 MW in the next five years, under Iran’s sixth Five-Year Development Plan. To increase incentives for investing in renewable energy the government has adopted new laws of feed-in tariffs differentiating and 20 years
guaranteed period for power purchase.

WHAT YOU EXPECTED?

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500 ATTENDEES

50 SPEAKERS & THOUGHT LEADERSHIP

3 DAYS OF RICH CONTENT

OVER 40 HOURS OF NETWORKING

4 STREAMS

EXCLUSIVE VIP DINNER

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Speakers

Dr. Shariatmadari

Minister of Industry and Trade

Dr Aliabadi

CEO of Mapna Group

Dr. Fereidoon Hassanvand

Head of Energy Commission of Islamic Iranian Parliament

Dr. Sorena Sattari

Vice-President for science and technology

Dr. Seyed Mohammad Sadeghzadeh

Deputy minister and the Head of SATBA

Dr.Mohammad Khazaei

Deputy of Minister and President of OIETAI

Mr.Alireza Orangi

President of Land Affairs Organization

Dr. Sirous Vatankhah

Vice-presidency for science and technology Renewable Energy Technology Council

Mr. Reza Shaybani

BPVA Chairman and Board of Directors’ Member of Quercus Assets Selection

Mr. Günter Grabner

Founder and CEO of PV-Invest Group

Dr. Issa Kalantari

Vice president and Head of Department of Environment

Mr.Mohammed Atif

Area Manager, Middle East & Africa at DNV-GL Energy Company

Mr. Engin Yaman

VP of Middle East and Africa Talesun Company

Dr. Ahmad Jamali

The General Director for Foreign Investments at OIETA


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  • Senior Level Speakers
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  • Attendees from 24 countries
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  • scheduled 1-2-1 Meetings
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  • 40
  • Hours of networking
  • 80
  • % of Attendees Planning to Return in 2017

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