While news of Japan’s SoftBank announcing up to USD 60-100 billion investment in India’s solar PV power generation is creating ripples across the industry circles, industry analysts feel that the committment sounds unrealistic in view of India’s current PV market status and future needs.
The Indian Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) says the nation will exceed 175 GW of installed renewable energy capacity as plans for bidding for 115 GW of renewable power projects to March 2020 were announced. The target for PV parks has been increased from 20 GW to 40 GW with some 41 parks in 21 states – with aggregate capacity of more than 26 GW – already sanctioned.
Adani Solar is the fourth Indian solar PV panel manufacturing company to bagged the renowned tier-1 rating from BNEF. It gives a fresh impetus to India’s solar energy sector. Currently, the company has 1.5 GW solar module and cell manufacturing capacity.
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