India Wind Power Market Outlook Is Provided in enincon’s New Topical Report Recently Added at MarketPublishers.com

05 Jan 2018 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Since FY 2012, the focus from wind power in India has started to gradually shift to solar power. Moreover, after FY 2014, favourable governmental policies have given further impetus to the domestic solar power sector, thus, leaving the wind power sector on the second position in the country’s renewable energy arena. 

However, thorough to 2022 India aims to increase its wind power capacity. To support this initiative, GoI is set to push the business case of wind power in India and also launch e-auctions through the aegis of SECI. Still, this measure is certain to inspire a renewed interest from OEMs, developers, EPC service providers and Discoms, but also have some impediments associated with application.

How will the changing paradigm post the auction in India look like? How are the capacity additions prospects for the Indian wind power sector for 2017-2022 evaluated? What are the major challenges and risks of the country’s wind power sector? Which India’s states shall improve their PPA scenario and not abandon the existing old power plants amid auctions? How are the possible gains for OEMs, developers and Discoms in auctions evaluated? What opportunities will emerge for the auctioned projects?

These and many other important questions are discussed in the new topical study “Wind Power Projects, Auctions & Inter State Transmission Outlook in India” elaborated by enincon covers the existing and planned wind power projects in India, presents an in-depth opportunity assessment of wind power auctions in the country and offers valuable data on the key related aspects. The study gives a beneficiary benchmarking for the country’s wind power auctions, explores the present competitive scenario, discloses data on the most prominent participants and their shares. Additionally, the publication comprises a future outlook for the Indian wind power sector up to 2022.

Many other in-demand research reports by this publisher are available in the enincon online catalogue at MarketPublishers.com.

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