Tracking Solar Tariff Trends and Future Movements
With an upbeat scenario across the globe for renewables, in particular for solar, in India too solar is gaining its lost sheen. As a matter of fact, the country seems optimistic to make the entire renewable portfolio solar driven. The massive targeted capacity of 100GW, which the government of India has aimed to be achieved by 2022, bears a testimony to the fact. With an estimated share of 57%, it could be safe to assume that solar energy in India is poised to play a role reversal in the renewable mix and that too, soon.
India has made an exceptional commitment to solar energy by raising its 2022 target five-fold to 100 GW. The government has announced an unprecedented policy push and states are providing the necessary infrastructure. This opens up approximately USD 100 Billion investment opportunity over next 5-6 years. Having said that, realistically, challenges of weak financials of distribution companies and grid constraints need to be addressed in order to achieve this target. Cumulatively, India has installed ~8 GW of solar power by October, 2016 end, most of which (approximately 4 GW) was installed in last 2 years. Long term potential and favourable regulatory shifts are helping to accelerate growth in the sector.
Key Queries Resolved
What are the solar tariff trends post 2010?
What are the various tariff modes for Solar Power in India?
What are the region wise tariff trends?
Which state is leading in terms of solar capacity addition?
How Solar power capacity shall move as per change in tariffs?
How solar power generation became disruptive for other sources of power generation?
Comparison of Recent Solar Tariff Bids
Comparison of Solar Power Tariffs wrt Conventional Power Tariffs
Geographical Mapping of Solar Tariffs
Regulatory and Policy landscape for Solar Power Sector in India
Realized Potential and Business Quotient for Solar Power in India by 2022
Contents and Coverage
Solar Power Paradigm in India
Renewable Energy & India‘s Energy Future
Renewable Capacity Addition in India
Solar Tariff Trends in Last few years – Overview
Geographical Mapping of Solar Power Capacity and the Tariff Trends
Solar Tariff Trend: Bid Results (2010-2013)
Solar Tariff Movements Post 2014
Solar Power Being Favourable in India
Solar Tariff Comparative Analysis
Comparison of Levelised tariff for recent bids
Solar Tariff Trend: Bid Results (2014-June, 2016)
Potential and Business Quotient for Solar Power in India by 2022
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