India RE CEO Survey | 2019

The survey provides insight into the minds of industry leaders on business outlook, capacity addition over next few years, challenges and policy environment. This year’s survey has received responses from 41 leading CEOs across the sector value chain and geographies.

Total RE capacity addition in the next 5 years is expected at 80 GW, split 74:26 between solar and wind power.


RE capacity addition in the next 5 years

The industry has given a pass certificate to the 5 years of Modi government but also expressed dissatisfaction on a number of fronts.


Assessment of Modi government’s 5 years

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