India Solar Compass is a comprehensive quarterly update on the Indian solar market. This edition provides detailed updates on tender and project status, leading players, financing deal flow, policy and market trends for Q2 2017 as well as our market forecasts for the upcoming quarters.
India Solar Compass Q2 2017
14 August 2017 | BRIDGE TO INDIA
India’s total utility scale solar and wind capacity reached 101,763 MW by 30 June 2023. New capacity addition in the last 12 months was 10,099 MW, down by 26% y-o-y. Total project pipeline stands at 74,315 MW. Figure: Total utility scale solar and wind capacity as on 30 June 2023 Source: BRIDGE TO INDIA research This info-graphic report provides a complete overview of the...
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