How India can install 30 GW distributed solar projects by 2022

Mudit Jain | 03 December 2014

India’s new government is revamping the National Solar Mission (NSM). The target has been revised to 100 GW by 2022 from the originally envisaged 20 GW. Based on unconfirmed information, 30 GW has been earmarked to come from distributed generation. This target is very ambitious, considering the fact that India’s current distributed solar capacity is only 285 MW, which is less than 1% of the target (refer to our recent

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