Pitfalls of utility scale, state-subsidized solar | The Economist

It’s heartening to see India’s recent boom in utility-scale solar. Governments have brought this about in two distinct ways: entice developers to bid aggressively on National Solar Mission’s (NSM) “reverse auctions” by successfully selling solar’s bright future and, in the case of Gujarat, by offering a developer-friendly off-take price. The two approaches have led to […]

Report validates Serra Power Mission: Captive Power as India’s largest off-grid solar opportunity

Beyond the Electrical Grid: India’s Off-Grid Solar Opportunity : Greentech Media In India, captive power plants (where the majority of generation is consumed at the source) with a total capacity of approximately 30 gigawatts are installed, which is equivalent to around 20 percent of the country‚Äôs total installed capacity.

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