Commercial and industrial (C&I) consumers currently source only about 7% of their power requirement directly from renewables. However, the market is gaining serious momentum with consumers keen to reduce their power bills as well as carbon emissions. There is also very strong interest from investors as a growing number of leading independent power producers, private equity funds, and other institutional investors commit huge sums to this market.
The cumulative commercial and industrial solar capacity stands at 10,485 MW as on March 31, 2021, according to Bridge To India’s Q1 2021 India Corporate Renewable Brief.
Overall C&I renewable capacity (including open-access solar, open-access wind, and rooftop solar) is estimated to have reached 17,800 MW by March 31, 2021.
BRIDGE TO INDIA, which has built significant expertise in this market by working on over 30 consulting assignments and various research reports, is hosting a conference on India Corporate Renewable Market to discuss a comprehensive range of market issues and growth outlook. The conference would be attended by policy makers and regulators, project developers, financiers, equipment suppliers and C&I consumers.
For more details of the conference including agenda and speakers, please click HERE.