PRINCE has designed a special course "BE A SOLAR
The course includes lectures and presentations on entrepreneurship
motivation, theory of solar energy utilization, alternatives,
details of manufacturing of parabolic cookers and water heaters,
material procurement and marketing aspects, procedure for
testing solar equipment, registration process with MEDA and
Ministry of Non Conventional Energy Sources, Subsidies and
financial benefits, systems for financial calculations, Incentives
from Govt., banks, IREDA etc. to users and Industry etc. Introduction
to other non conventional alternatives like biogas, biomass
and their commercial exploitation. Entrepreneurship opportunities
in energy alternatives.
The course gives insight into the huge untapped entrepreneur
potential in non conventional energy.
PRINCE provides all the backup support for the to
be entrepreneur in this field from concept to completion.
The intention of the course is to generate employment for
technocrats and serve this mother earth through use of eco-friendly
Course duration is flexible and minimum duration for the
course is 2 days.
Participants: Anybody who can read and write. People
with background for fabrication or workshop work will be benefited
more. People with technical background can have larger perspective
and product range.
Engineering Institutes, Polytechnics, Science colleges, I.T.I.s,
organizations working in the area of sustainable development,
NGOs can organize this course.
Opportunity for new Enterpreneur :
Concentrators as above do have a great potential for commercialization
and industrial applications. Expected capital investment is
from Rs. 10000/- to Rs. 15000/- per KW of installed capacity.
This way the payback period of the system will be less than
2 years and in some cases within a year.
PRINCE is looking for prospective industry sponsors
who wish to invest in the development and commercialization
of these products. PRINCE will share the benefits with
the investors as per mutually agreed terms. Inquiries for
industrial applications are most welcome.
For details Contact: Prof. Ajay Chandak, firstname.lastname@example.org