Utility scale projects are easiest to implement in India due to an existing track record

Mudit Jain | 06 November 2014

We believe that India could easily add 100 GW of solar power in the next ten years.[1] Such a capacity addition would likely be divided into different segments: small rooftop (solar bees), large rooftop (solar pigeons), utility scale projects (solar horses) and ultra-mega scale projects (solar elephants). Each segment has implementation challenges. We believe that solar horses would face least hurdles because of the existing execution experience and manageable size.


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