DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Perception Vs Reality around the Solar Sector Opportunity in India: Is the Investment Opportunity Euphoria Sustainable?" report to their offering.
Solar power potential in India remained dormant at a meagre 2 MW for decades, as the technology was in its demonstration phase till 2011 and the upward momentum started only post 2011 when the technology started getting industrialized worldwide; India declared its intent to aggressively adopt solar technology by announcing Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (JNNSM). JNNSM laid roadmap for solar energy exploitation in India and was planned in two phases.
The, first phase aims at setting up of 1,100 MW grid connected solar plants, 200 MW capacity equivalent off-grid solar applications and 7 million square meter solar thermal collector area till March, 2013. In the second phase, after taking into account the experience of the initial years, capacity will be aggressively ramped up to create conditions for up scaled and competitive solar energy penetration in the country.
Solar PV, Solar CSP, Solar Rooftop took center stage in 2012-13, thereby pushing wind to second spot in terms of priority sector in renewable energy. Solar power capacity addition registered a CAGR of 33% between 2010 and 2014. India's solar power capacity has touched capacity of 7.5 GW, from under 1 GW in 2012.
However, if India has to reach the aspirational target of 100 GW by 2022, it has to grow at a CAGR of 50%. Is it possible? It's anybody's guess! Although, the pipeline looks encouraging; India's solar projects have crossed 22 GW with 13 GW under construction and 9 GW in the request for proposal process.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Executive Summary
2. Research Approach & Methodology
3. Key Market Stakeholders in the Solar Market in India
4. Tracking Evolution of Solar Revolution in India
5. Tracking growth of Solar in others developed & developing markets - Are others similarly Euphoric as India (comparing 2010-2015 growth)
6. Future Growth Blueprint - India to be the global Solar growth engine
7. Closer look into market participants in the Solar Euphoria in India
8. Permits & Clearances - assessing ease of setting solar project in India
9. Desirability - Feasible - Viable [analysis on whether 100GW is achievable]
10. Success at what cost and failure at what cost [analysis on winsome and loose some stories in solar]
11. M&A in Solar & key triggers for these M&As
12. Key business model that worked & business models that failed
13. List of key solar project developers in India - The Risk - Reward weighs heavily towards risk as India's Solar largely remains sellers' market
14. Uday - can it sustain sunshine in solar sector
15. Sustainability of Solar requires more than subsidy support - Probability of these supports
16. Best pick for Solar Investors - Best states to invest in solar in India
17. Can solar replace coal?
18. Industry Voices
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