Conference on Deregulated Environment & Energy Markets (DEEM-2011)

Venue: Chitkara University

Location: Chandigarh, India

Event Date/Time: Jul 22, 2011 End Date/Time: Jul 23, 2011
Registration Date: Apr 15, 2011
Paper Submission Date: Jul 15, 2011
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The electricity supply industry has witnessed various changes in last decade. Generation and usage of electric power influence the climate which in turn has significant global effects. The promotion of clean and green sources of energy due to environmental considerations, shortage of power, need of energy efficient technologies and limited storage require smart solutions for the rapid augmentation of power systems world wide. Deregulation represents a new regulatory regime that has put an end to vertically integrated electric monopolies in the country to allow a great degree of competition. The deregulated environment has resulted in the restructuring of electric power system and established a global energy market. Restructuring has a profound effect on technologies, costs, price models, institutions and regulatory frameworks. The role of energy market is to allow power trading, open access transmission and to develop pricing models and promote CDM projects. The traditional centralized power sector is now a competitive market where consumer is aware of quality power at affordable price.


Chandigarh-Patiala National Highway

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Participants from India : Rs 2500/- Participants from Abroad:$ 150/-