India Solar Energy Sector Reviewed & Analyzed in New Four-S Services Study Published at MarketPublishers.com
18 Jun 2012 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Though India records GDP growth rates of 7-8% per annum, much of the country remains energy starved. Though, the country is the fifth largest consumer of energy in the world, per capita consumption of electricity presently stands at just nearly 700 kWh, much lower than the global average of around 2,500 kWh. It is projected to become the third largest consumer of energy in the world by 2030.
As the Indian economy grows at an average of 8% per annum, demand for power is likely to soar from around 120,000MW currently to 315,000-355,000MW by 2017-end.
New market study “Four-S Services Pvt Ltd - India Solar Energy Report” drawn up by Four-S Services provides an in-depth review and analysis of the solar energy sector in India. Its scope comprises:
- overview of the solar energy market in India;
- solar energy segments;
- drivers for the Indian solar market;
- government incentives/NSM;
- investment opportunities in the solar sector;
- key market issues and challenges;
- profiles of the top companies operating in the market.
Major manufacturers of cells/modules/systems mentioned are: Moser Baer Photovoltaic (MBPV), XL Energy, Websol Energy, Indosolar, Tata BP Solar, Titan Energy, Solar Semiconductor, Kotak Urja, Photon Energy, Maharishi Solar, Vikram Solar, Reliance Solar, PLG Power, and HHV Solar.
Developers of solar power plants discussed include: Lanco Solar, Moser Baer Clean Energy, Azure Power, SunBorne, and Kiran Energy.
Four-S Services Pvt Ltd - India Solar Energy Report
Published: June, 2012
Price: US$ 450,00
More new market studies by the publisher can be found at Four-S Services page.