India PV manufacture enough to meet the Government’s ambitions

Polaris solar PV net news: latest IndiaSolarCompass report concludes that appeared “very clear message”: since the Government is now keen to show a lot of capacity, insufficient domestic manufacturing capacity.

BridgetoIndia IndiaSolarCompass analysis by solar energy company, whose interviews with leading industry figures, and liaise with government officials to produce the report.

The report said since the new Government has drawn up an ambitious solar energy plan in raising before the solar market, unwilling to wait for the domestic industry.

Instead, the Government aims to increase solar energy market, while local production quota requirements (DCR) to assist domestic manufacturers, and also encourages the national thermal power Corporation (NTPC) and other companies invested in solar energy projects.

Industry leaders expect 1.4GW to be installed next year, while BridgetoIndia 1.6GW is expected to invest 1.9 billion dollars.

Surge is expected in 2015, a new Setup project in the first quarter.

Nationwide initiatives and national solar energy plan (NSM) policy is currently being developed to 2GW.

Due to the newly-elected Government stimulus support solar power initiative, and the anti-dumping measures has not discussed, current trends indicate, the majority of installed solar capacity come from national legislation, followed by NSM.

NSM will be revised from its current 9GW stage, its behind schedule. New framework will match the Government’s terms, 5-7GW new year installed solar ambitions.

BridgetoIndia speculates that by 2019 15GW target for the Central Government will be divided into three stages, with three 1GW “large” solar Park began, projects can be developed in this month.

New NSM second stage may also be 5GW, to stay away from “bundling”-interwoven-a solar unit and the cost of thermal power units with leveled mechanisms.

Forecast phase III for 7GW, without subsidies, assuming and transmission facilities to provide land to developers. Hopes that this plan will be greater investment in solar projects to create a virtuous cycle.

Land acquisition and funding availability is the most important issue.

The report said, while the State Government is focused on large-scale solar energy, estimates that the State will continue to distribute solar energy initiatives, such as net metering, and develop local industry standards. Since “distributed so far has too many interests to be forgotten”, such as creating jobs, this approach would ensure that the balance between centralized and decentralized solar programme.

Despite the anti-dumping investigation after a volatile year, FirstSolar and Trina (TrinaSolar) are leading components suppliers.

Waaree, VikramSolar He Yu-hui Sun (ReneSola) has become a leader in the domestic component suppliers.

RayPowersInfra was identified as India’s third party design, procurement and construction (EPC) leader.

The report also found that thin-film components, both China and the United States component FirstSolar, about 10% drop in price over the past year, while the Central inverter prices have slipped 11%.

Original title: India PV manufacture enough to meet the Government’s ambitions

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