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Solar Power Outlook: 2017 and beyond - Marching towards Grid-parity

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Owing to the growing economic needs, the demand for power has been continuously increasing in India. To meet this rising demand, India is aggressively moving ahead to increase the share of renewable energy in total power generation capacity in India. Solar power, with an installed grid-interactive capacity of only 147 MW presents a huge untapped potential for investing in one of the most promising sources of energy for future. The ambitious plan of raising the grid interactive solar power capacity to 20 GW by 2022 under National Solar Mission can be achieved with the increasing usage of grid and off grid solar applications, government incentives and favourable project economics. As a step forward, the PV cell and module manufacturing capacity of India has reached 1,400 MW in FY10 and is further expected to grow at a rapid pace.

In this light as your esteemed company is operating in the Solar Industry, in order to supplement business development needs, corroborate the strategy formulation in Solar business, provide a much needed competitive assessment of the Solar landscape and for reference purpose, I am pleased to inform you about Infraline’s latest Business series report series on 'Solar Power Outlook: 2017 and beyond - Marching towards Grid-parity (March 2012)'.

This report aims at providing a comprehensive coverage of the solar power generation with a special focus on the diverse solar power technologies and applications available across the world. The report deals with an in-depth assessment of solar market in India with respect to the feed-in-tariff and grid-parity of solar power. In addition to this, the report also entails an inclusive coverage on critical aspects such as solar power project financing and economics as well as impending opportunities in view of the envisaged increase in solar power capacity under the JNNSM program.

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Key Highlights

    • Holistic overview of the existing status of solar power capacity in India
    • A detailed comparison of global advancements in technology, applications and installations in the Solar industry
    • An elaborate analysis of the Solar power tariff offered by CERC and various SERCs
    • To forecasts the solar power capacity for 2017 and beyond, for SPV, CSP and off grid applications
    • A microscopic view of the funding constraints faced by Solar power project developers and identification of solutions thereof
    • To estimate the prospective business opportunity in terms of investment potential for all the stakeholders involved
    • An in-depth understanding of Solar power project economics in the Indian context

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Solar Power Outlook: 2017 and beyond - Marching towards Grid-parity

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New & Renewable Energy Sector

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Outlook Report Series

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Infraline Reports

     
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