Debt funding concerns growing


04 June 2019 |

Total pipeline of utility scale solar and wind projects has reached a near all-time high of 32.1 GW. After a relatively lull FY 2018-19 when only 6,174 MW was installed (down 43% over previous months), installation activity should be expected to boom over the next 24 months. As per our database, based purely on commissioning schedules specified under the tenders, India should add 17.8 and 13.8 GW of total solar and wind capacity in 2019 and 2020 respectively…


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