Please note: Delegates are requested to register no later than 24th October 2023 to facilitate smooth coordination.
Registration to the Assembly on 31st October 2023 entitles you to participate in the conference scheduled on 1st November 2023, and you do not have to register again to participate on 1st November 2023

H.E. Shri R.K. Singh

Hon’ble Cabinet Minister for Power and New & Renewable Energy,
Government of India


President of ISA Assembly

H.E. Chrysoula Zacharopoulou

Hon’ble Minister of State for Development, Francophonie, and International Partnerships,
Government of the French Republic


Co-President of ISA Assembly

Dr Ajay Mathur

Director General

International Solar Alliance

"Since its inception, ISA has taken the lead and has significantly promoted solar energy adoption across its Member Countries. The accelerated work being done under the ISA programmes and initiatives has been due to the enthusiasm and cooperation from the Member Countries, helping build a tremendous momentum and undertaking concrete steps towards registering a significant impact. The Sixth Assembly offers a unique opportunity to engage meaningfully and deliberate on our shared goals. We must leverage the knowledge, expertise, and experiences countries share to advance the global solar revolution. Climate change presents an existential threat, and we can together mitigate its impacts by sharing best practices and implementing joint strategies. I am looking forward to welcoming respected colleagues and delegates."

About the Sixth Session of the Assembly

The International Solar Alliance (ISA) is an action-oriented, member-driven, collaborative platform for increased deployment of solar energy technologies as a means for bringing energy access, ensuring energy security, and driving energy transition in its Member Countries. At present, 116 countries are signatories to the ISA Framework Agreement, of which 94 countries have submitted the necessary instruments of ratification to become full members of the ISA.

The governance bodies of the ISA, namely the Assembly, the Standing Committee, and the Regional Committees, offer an integrated approach to governance and decision-making within the Alliance. The 2023 Governance Meetings of the International Solar Alliance (ISA) were initiated in June of this year.
The Regional Committees comprise deliberations across the four regions of Africa, Asia-Pacific, Europe & Others, and Latin America-Caribbean. Regional Committees of the ISA meet annually, chaired by two Vice-Presidents from the region, and aim to assess and discuss progress, challenges, and opportunities related to ISA’s programmatic support, flagship initiatives, partnerships, private sector engagements, and work plan for the region.
The discussions of the Regional Committee Meetings inform the deliberations of the Standing Committee, which comprises the Hon’ble President, Co-President, and 8 regional Vice-Presidents. The deliberations by the Standing Committee, in turn, inform the deliberations of the Assembly, which is the apex decision-making body of the ISA.
The Assembly deliberates on critical matters such as organisational objectives; operational procedures; budget approvals; evaluation of the execution of diverse ISA programmes, initiatives and activities; and other issues pertaining to the functioning of ISA. So far, five Regular Sessions and one Special Session of the Assembly have been convened.
The Sixth Assembly of the ISA will be hosted in New Delhi, India, from 30 October to 2 November, 2023.
These Meetings extend the ISA Secretariat the opportunity to enhance cooperation with ISA Member Countries, as well as provide Member Countries with the ability to improve collaboration among themselves and mutually identify avenues of cooperation and partnership.