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India Solar Power Sector Analysis

  • Published: November 2012
  • Region: India
  • 147 Pages
  • Kuick Research

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India is emerging as one of the leading solar PV markets in the world as the country is blessed with immense potential for solar energy as most of the states have more than 300 sunny days and the specific average annual solar energy yield in India is estimated between 1700 – 1900 kWh per kWp. Indian Solar power has the potential to generate 50,000 MW which would be enough to meet over 5% of power requirement by 2022.

Solar power has emerged as one of the key renewable sources and presents an exciting opportunity for India. In past few years, the solar PV industry has experienced substantial growth primarily driven by favourable policies of central and state governments to support its development. The Gujarat State Solar Policy and the Centre’s Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (JNNSM) are at the forefront of solar power development in India. As a result, power generation capacities from solar have increased from 20 MW in FY’2011 to nearly 940 MW in FY’2012 and by June 2012 it crossed 1 GW. Most of the installed capacity over 600 MW comes from Gujarat.

States like Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Punjab, Jharkhand, Karnataka and Maharashtra are READ MORE >

1. India Renewable Power Landscape

2. India Solar Power Sector Landscape
2.1 Overview
2.2 Current Scenario

3. Solar Power Market Dynamics
3.1 Overview
3.2 Value Chain Analysis
3.3 PV Production & Marketing
3.4 Technology Analysis
3.5 Cost Analysis
3.6 Emerging Trends in Solar Power Market

4. Solar Power Installed Capacity
4.1 Grid Connected
4.2 Off Grid

5. Operating Solar Projects in India
5.1 Charanka Solar Park
5.2 Mithapur Solar Plant
5.3 Dhirubhai Ambani Solar Park
5.4 Bitta Solar Power Plant
5.5 Gandhi Nagar Roof Top Solar Plant
5.6 Cuttack Solar Park

6. Upcoming Solar Projects in India
6.1 Sakri Solar plant
6.2 Canal Solar Power Project
6.3 Tamil Nadu Solar Power Park
6.4 Nuapada Solar Power Park
6.5 Bolangir Solar Park
6.6 Coimbatore Solar Park
6.7 Uttar Pradesh Canal Projects

7. Decentralized Solar Power Development
7.1 Solar Cities
7.1.1 Development Plan
7.1.2 Financial Assistance by Government
7.1.3 Eligibility for Financial Assistance
7.2 Rooftop Solar System in Homes/Buildings
7.3 Solar Energy Systems
7.3.1 Solar Water Heating System
7.3.2 Solar Lanterns
7.3.3 Street Lighting

8. Solar PV Manufacturing

9. Factors Driving the Solar Power
9.1 Increasing Power Demand Supply Gap
9.2 Increasing Focus on Clean Energy
9.3 Favorable Policy Framework
9.4 Solar Power as Standalone/Decentralized Installation
9.5 Growth in PV Manufacturing Capacity
9.6 Rural Electrification
9.7 Increasing Number of Telecom Towers

10. Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (JNNSM)
10.1 Overview
10.2 Objective & Targets

11. Government Initiatives & Schemes
11.1 Solar Power Purchase Obligation by States
11.2 Generation Based Incentives
11.3 Renewable Energy Certificate Scheme
11.4 Capital Subsidy Scheme for Providing Basic Lighting Needs through Solar
Charging Stations
11.5 Rooftop PV & Small Solar Power Generation Programme
11.6 Programme on Off-Grid and Decentralized Solar Applications
11.7 Concessional Customs & Excise Duty Exemption Certificate
11.8 Sate Level Policy Initiatives
11.8.1 Gujarat
11.8.2 Rajasthan
11.8.3 Karnataka
11.8.4 Tamil Nadu
11.8.5 Haryana
11.8.6 Andhra Pradesh
11.8.7 Kerala
11.9 India Semiconductor Policy
11.10 Energy Efficient Solar/Green Buildings Scheme
11.11 Solar Thermal Policy

12. Institutional Support Network
12.1 Ministry of New and Renewable Energy
12.2 Solar Energy Centre
12.3 India Renewable Energy Development Agency

13. Future of Solar Power in India
13.1 Future Outlook
13.2 Challenges to be Resolved

14. Key Players
14.1 Moser Baer Clean Energy
14.2 Tata Power Solar
14.3 Maharishi Solar
14.4 Reliance Solar Group
14.5 Titan Energy System Ltd.
14.6 Websol Energy System
14.7 Indosolar
14.8 PLG Power
14.9 Central Electronics Limited
14.10 USL Photovoltaics
14.11 Euro Multivision

List of Tables:

Table 1-1: Power Sector Policy Impact Analysis
Table 1-2: Renewable Energy Installed Capacity by State (MW), FY’2013
Table 3-1: Solar Power Capacity Targets by Center & State
Table 4-1: Grid Connected Solar Plant till Jan 2012
Table 4-2: Off Grid / Decentralized Solar Energy Systems/ Devices, FY’2011
Table 7-1: Solar Cities in India
Table 7-2: State-Wise Cumulative Installation of Solar Lighting Systems, Feb’2012
Table 10-1: Target Set Under National Solar Mission from 2010 to 2022
Table 11-1: Solar Power Purchase Obligation by States (%), FY’2012-FY’16
Table 11-2: Generation Based Incentives by State Utilities
Table 11-3: Central Financial Scheme for Off Grid Solar Power Plants
Table 11-4: Solar Power Tariff in Gujarat
Table 11-5: Semiconductor Policy Snapshot

List of Figures:

Figure 1-1: Renewable Energy Potential by Fuel
Figure 1-2: Renewable Energy Potential by State
Figure 1-3: Impact of Policy on Renewable Energy Sources
Figure 1-4: Share of Renewable Fuel in Power Sector, FY’2012
Figure 1-5: Renewable Energy Installed Capacity (MW), FY’2010-FY’2013
Figure 1-6: Renewable Energy Installed Capacity by Region (MW), FY’2012 & FY’2013
Figure 1-7: Renewable Energy Installed Capacity by Government & Private Sector (MW), FY’2013
Figure 2-1: Solar Energy Radiation Map
Figure 2-2: Solar Energy Radiation during January
Figure 2-3: Solar Energy Radiation during February
Figure 2-4: Solar Energy Radiation during March
Figure 2-5: Solar Energy Radiation during April
Figure 2-6: Solar Energy Radiation during May
Figure 2-7: Solar Energy Radiation during June
Figure 2-8: Solar Energy Radiation during July
Figure 2-9: Solar Energy Radiation during August
Figure 2-10: Solar Energy Radiation during September
Figure 2-11: Solar Energy Radiation during October
Figure 2-12: Solar Energy Radiation during November
Figure 2-13: Solar Energy Radiation during December
Figure 2-14: Solar Power Installed Capacity (MW), FY’2011-FY’2013
Figure 2-15: Solar Power Installed Capacity by State (MW), FY’2013
Figure 3-1: Solar PV Value and Manufacturers involved in the Process
Figure 3-2: Opportunity in Solar PV Value Chain
Figure 7-1: Status of Commissioned Solar Power Projects under Rooftop PV & Small Solar Power Generation (MW), October’2012
Figure 8-1: Solar PV Module & Cells Production Capacity (MW), FY’2013
Figure 9-1: Share of Solar Power in Green Energy Investments, 2011
Figure 9 2: Share of Renewable Energy in Electricity Output, 2020
Figure 10-1: National Solar Mission Off Grid Solar Power Targets (MW), FY’2013, FY’2017 & FY’2022
Figure 10-2: National Solar Mission Solar Thermal Collectors Target (Million m2), FY’2013, FY’2017 & FY’2022
Figure 10-3: National Solar Mission Solar Lighting Target (Million), FY’2013, FY’2017 & FY’2022
Figure 10-4: Commissioning Status of Solar PV Projects under Batch – I, Phase -I of JNNSM
Figure 11-1: Solar Power Capacity Requirement to Meet RPO by States (MW), FY’2013-FY’2022
Figure 11-2: Andhra Pradesh Solar Power Capacity Requirement to Meet RPO (MW), FY’2013-FY’2022
Figure 11-3: Arunachal Pradesh Solar Power Capacity Requirement to Meet RPO (MW), FY’2013-FY’2022
Figure 11-4: Assam Solar Power Capacity Requirement to Meet RPO (MW), FY’2013-FY’2022
Figure 11-5: Bihar Solar Power Capacity Requirement to Meet RPO (MW), FY’2013-FY’2022
Figure 11-6: Chhattisgarh Solar Power Capacity Requirement to Meet RPO (MW), FY’2013-FY’2022
Figure 11-7: Delhi Solar Power Capacity Requirement to Meet RPO (MW), FY’2013-FY’2022
Figure 11-8: Goa & UT Solar Power Capacity Requirement to Meet RPO (MW), FY’2013-FY’2022
Figure 11-9: Gujarat Solar Power Capacity Requirement to Meet RPO (MW), FY’2013-FY’2022
Figure 11-10: Haryana Solar Power Capacity Requirement to Meet RPO (MW), FY’2013-FY’2022
Figure 11-11: Himachal Pradesh Solar Power Capacity Requirement to Meet RPO (MW), FY’2013-FY’2022
Figure 11-12: J&K Solar Power Capacity Requirement to Meet RPO (MW), FY’2013-FY’2022
Figure 11-13: Jharkhand Solar Power Capacity Requirement to Meet RPO (MW), FY’2013-FY’2022
Figure 11-14: Karnataka Solar Power Capacity Requirement to Meet RPO (MW), FY’2013-FY’2022
Figure 11-15: Kerala Solar Power Capacity Requirement to Meet RPO (MW), FY’2013-FY’2022
Figure 11-16: Madhya Pradesh Solar Power Capacity Requirement to Meet RPO (MW), FY’2013-FY’2022
Figure 11-17: Maharashtra Solar Power Capacity Requirement to Meet RPO (MW), FY’2013-FY’2022
Figure 11-18: Manipur Solar Power Capacity Requirement to Meet RPO (MW), FY’2013-FY’2022
Figure 11-19: Meghalaya Solar Power Capacity Requirement to Meet RPO (MW), FY’2013-FY’2022
Figure 11-20: Mizoram Solar Power Capacity Requirement to Meet RPO (MW), FY’2013-FY’2022
Figure 11-21: Nagaland Solar Power Capacity Requirement to Meet RPO (MW), FY’2013-FY’2022
Figure 11-22: Odisha Solar Power Capacity Requirement to Meet RPO (MW), FY’2013-FY’2022
Figure 11-23: Punjab Solar Power Capacity Requirement to Meet RPO (MW), FY’2013-FY’2022
Figure 11-24: Rajasthan Solar Power Capacity Requirement to Meet RPO (MW), FY’2013-FY’2022
Figure 11-25: Sikkim Solar Power Capacity Requirement to Meet RPO (MW), FY’2013-FY’2022
Figure 11-26: Andhra Pradesh Solar Power Capacity Requirement to Meet RPO (MW), FY’2013-FY’2022
Figure 11-27: Tamil Nadu Solar Power Capacity Requirement to Meet RPO (MW), FY’2013-FY’2022
Figure 11-28: Tripura Solar Power Capacity Requirement to Meet RPO (MW), FY’2013-FY’2022
Figure 11-29: Uttar Pradesh Solar Power Capacity Requirement to Meet RPO (MW), FY’2013-FY’2022
Figure 11-30: Uttarakhand Solar Power Capacity Requirement to Meet RPO (MW), FY’2013-FY’2022
Figure 11-31: West Bengal Solar Power Capacity Requirement to Meet RPO (MW), FY’2013-FY’2022
Figure 11-32: Karnataka Solar Power installed Capacity Procurement Target (MW), FY’2013-FY’2016
Figure 11-33: Tamil Nadu Solar Policy Capacity Targets (MW), 2013-2015
Figure 13-1: Solar Power Installed Capacity (MW), FY’2013-FY’2022

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- Reliance Solar Group
- Titan Energy System Ltd.
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- PLG Power
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