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Indian Solar Energy Market Analysis
Published Date: Nov, 2012
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  • Abstract
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India has a huge potential for solar power generation that can lead to a large-scale deployment of solar energy, if harnessed effectively. Indian Government is adopting constructive steps towards implementing large-scale solar power projects and is poised to position itself as one of the world’s major solar producer. Through various incentives schemes, the government is trying to create demand and boost investments in the sector.

According to our latest research report, “Indian Solar Energy Market Analysis”, the country’s installed capacity for solar power generation has increased tremendously during the last few years. Rising electricity demand, high irradiation levels, favorable government policies, and huge investments are supporting the growth in the solar industry. The annual PV installed capacity is anticipated to reach 1,000 MW by 2016.

As per our findings, various state governments are focusing on solar power plants installation to increase the solar power-installed capacity in the country. Some states, like  Uttar Pradesh in home lights and street lights installation is witnessing solar photovoltaic systems installations. We have extensively analyzed some of the top states in the country to further clearify the picture of solar power installation and solar projects sanctioned.

We have also studied about the regulatory environment and initiatives adopted by the government to boost growth in the solar market. The report highlights the industry performance and future outlook of solar power sector with in-depth analysis of both solar photovoltaic and solar thermal. A section includes various solar product systems, such as solar cooker, street lightening systems, home lightening systems, lanterns, power plants, PV pumps, solar powered telecom towers, and solar rooftops with their major manufacturers. From our analysis, we anticipate that street lightning systems will exhibit the highest growth among the solar products.

Our report “Indian Solar Energy Market Analysis”, also covers all the key aspects that clarify the picture of Indian solar power sector. The emerging trends in Indian solar market as increasing production of solar PV products in the country, growing demand for off grid PV installation etc. are well exhibited. In addition, the report also covers analysis of various solar technologies related to PV and thermal applications.

A section on key players is also provided to facilitate current market scenario and get accustomed to the existing competition. Recent developments of key players coupled with strategic analysis of their strengths and weaknesses further complete the picture of competitive landscape.  In all, the report presents a comprehensive look at the sector’s past, present, and future scenario.

1. Analyst View
2. Research Methodology
3. Energy Sector Overview
3.1 Energy Consumption
3.2 Installed Capacity
4. Solar Power Sector Outlook to 2016
4.1 PV Installed Capacity
4.2 Solar Energy by Type
4.2.1 Solar Thermal System
4.2.1.1 Solar Water Heating System (SWHS)
4.2.1.2 Solar Cookers
4.2.2 Photovoltaic System
4.2.2.1 Solar Street Lighting System
4.2.2.2 Solar Home Lighting System
4.2.2.3 Solar Lanterns
4.2.2.4 Solar Power Plants
4.2.2.5 Solar Powered Pumps
4.2.2.6 Solar Rooftops
4.3 Top States by Installed and Sanctioned Projects
4.3.1 Rajasthan
4.3.2 Karnataka
4.3.3 Gujarat
4.3.4 Tamil Nadu
4.3.5 Maharashtra
4.3.6 Delhi
4.3.7 West Bengal
4.3.8 Chhattisgarh
4.3.9 Uttar Pradesh
4.3.10 Andhra Pradesh
5. Emerging Market Trends
5.1 Solar Heating Applications Finding its Way
5.2 Thin Film PV Market Growing Rapidly
5.3 Off-grid PV Applications Gaining Momentum
5.4 Growing Concept of Solar Parks
5.5 Increasing Domestic Manufacturing of Solar Products
6. Solar Energy Technologies
6.1 Solar PV Technology
6.1.1 First Generation
6.1.2 Second Generation
6.1.3 Third Generation
6.2 Solar Thermal Technology
6.2.1 Concentrating Solar Power
6.2.1.1 Parabolic Trough Collector
6.2.1.2 Linear Fresnel Collector
6.2.1.3 Solar Tower
6.2.1.4 Stirling Dish
7. Key Players
7.1 BHEL
7.1.1 Business Overview
7.1.2 Strengths and Weaknesses
7.2 Tata Power Solar Systems Limited
7.2.1 Business Overview
7.2.2 Strengths and Weaknesses
7.3 Solar Semiconductor Private Limited
7.3.1 Business Overview
7.3.2 Strengths and Weaknesses
7.4 Moser Baer Solar Limited
7.4.1 Business Overview
7.4.2 Strengths and Weaknesses
7.5 Central Electronics Limited
7.5.1 Business Overview
7.5.2 Strengths and Weaknesses
7.6 WAAREE
7.6.1 Business Overview
7.6.2 Strengths and Weaknesses
7.7 HHV Solar Technologies Private Limited
7.7.1 Business Overview
7.7.2 Strengths and Weaknesses
7.8 Lanco Solar Energy Private Limited
7.8.1 Business Overview
7.8.2 Strengths and Weaknesses
7.9 Azure Power
7.9.1 Business Overview
7.9.2 Strengths and Weaknesses
7.10 Astonfield Renewable Resource Limited
7.10.1 Business Overview
7.10.2 Strengths and Weaknesses
8. Annexure

List of Figures:

Figure 3-1: Installed Power Generation Capacity by Type (%), FY 2012
Figure 3-2: Grid Interactive Renewable Power Generation Capacity by Type (%), August 2012
Figure 4-1: Annual PV Installed Capacity (MW), 2011 & 2016
Figure 4-2: Cumulative PV Installed Capacity (MW), 2011 & 2016
Figure 4-3: Cumulative Coverage of Solar Water Heating System (Million sq. m.), FY 2010 to FY 2016
Figure 4-4: SWHS Installation by Sector (%), FY 2010
Figure 4-5: Cumulative Solar Cookers (‘000 Units), FY 2010 to FY 2016
Figure 4-6: Cumulative Solar Street Lighting Systems (‘000 unit), FY 2010 to FY 2016
Figure 4-7: Cumulative Solar Home Lighting Systems (‘000), FY 2010 to FY 2016
Figure 4-8: Cumulative Solar Lanterns (‘000 Units), FY 2010 to FY 2016
Figure 4-9: Cumulative Off-Grid Solar PV Power Plant Capacity (MWp), FY 2010 to FY 2012
Figure 4-10: Cumulative Solar Powered Pumps (Units), FY 2010 to FY 2016

List of Tables:

Table 3-1: Energy Consumption by Type (2010-2015)
Table 4-1: Deployment across Application Segment under JNNSM
Table 4-2: Incentives for Systems mainly for Electricity Conservation
Table 4-3: Evacuated Tube Collector Based SWHS Manufacturers
Table 4-4: Major Manufacturers of Solar Street Lightning Systems by Dealers Network
Table 4-5: Major Manufacturers of Solar Home Lightning Systems by Dealers Network
Table 4-6: Major Manufacturers of Solar Lantern by Dealers Network
Table 4-7: Major Manufacturers of Solar Power Plant Systems by Dealers Network
Table 4-8: Major Manufacturers of Solar Powered Pumps by Dealers Network
Table 4-9: Major Manufacturers of Solar Rooftop Systems by Dealers Network
Table 4-10: State/UT-wise Distribution of SRRA Sites
Table 4-11: Rajasthan - Cumulative Installations of SPV Systems till FY 2012
Table 4-12: Rajasthan - Off-Grid Solar Application Projects Sanctioned under JNNSM (2011)
Table 4-13: Karnataka - Cumulative Installations of SPV Systems till FY 2012
Table 4-14: Karnataka - Off-Grid Solar Application Projects Sanctioned under JNNSM (2011)
Table 4-15: Gujarat - Cumulative Installation of SPV Systems till FY 2012
Table 4-16: Gujarat - Off-Grid Solar Application Projects Sanctioned under JNNSM (2011)
Table 4-17: Tamil Nadu - Cumulative Installations of SPV Systems till FY 2012
Table 4-18: Tamil Nadu - Off-Grid Solar Application Projects Sanctioned under JNNSM (2011)
Table 4-19: Maharashtra - Cumulative Installations of SPV Systems till FY 2012
Table 4-20: Maharashtra - Off-Grid Solar Application Projects Sanctioned under JNNSM (2011)
Table 4-21: Delhi - Cumulative Installations of SPV Systems till FY 2012
Table 4-22: West Bengal - Cumulative Installations of SPV Systems till FY 2012
Table 4-23: West Bengal - Off-Grid Solar Application Projects Sanctioned under JNNSM (2011)
Table 4-24: Chhattisgarh - Cumulative Installations of SPV Systems till FY 2012
Table 4-25: Chhattisgarh - Off-Grid Solar Application Projects Sanctioned under JNNSM (2011)
Table 4-26: Uttar Pradesh - Cumulative Installations of SPV Systems till FY 2012
Table 4-27: Uttar Pradesh - Off-Grid Solar Application Projects Sanctioned under JNNSM (2011)
Table 4-28: Andhra Pradesh - Cumulative Installations of SPV Systems till FY 2012
Table 4-29: Andhra Pradesh - Off-Grid Solar Application Projects Sanctioned under JNNSM (2011)

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