Mercom: India Installed 3.2 GW Solar In CY 2020
COVID-19 Related Disruption Lowered Indian Solar PV Installations By 56% Annually With 3.2 GW Added During Calendar Year 2020, Says Mercom India Research; Forecasts Country To Add Over 10 GW In 2021
Tuesday, 23 Feb 2021
The Indian solar market suffered majorly from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic due to lockdown related challenges.
India: 5.2 GW New PV Capacity Between Apr-Nov 2020
Renewable Energy Hogged Power Generation Capacity Addition Between April 2020 & November 2020 In India With Solar Power Accounting For 5.2 GW Of New Capacity: CARE Ratings Limited
Wednesday, 13 Jan 2021
Basis provisional data of CMIE and CEA, CARE Ratings Limited said total power generation capacity addition in India declined between April 2020 and November 2020, however solar comprised the largest share of renewable capacity addition with 5.2 GW during the reporting period.
India PV News Snippets: MNRE, RIL, IREDA, RUMSL
While India’s Installed Solar Capacity Reached 36 GW With IREDA Having Financed Over 2,700 RES Projects So Far, Reliance Invested In Bill Gates’ BEV And Madhya Pradesh Looks for Enironmental Consultancy Services for Solar Parks
Monday, 16 Nov 2020
India installed 406.22 MW RE capacity In Oct. 2020: Till October 31, 2020, cumulative installed renewable energy capacity of India reached 89.63 GW with 406.22 MW added during the month of October 2020.
MNRE Revises Solar Target Under PM-KUSUM Scheme
MNRE To Aim For 30.8 GW PV By 2022 From Solar For Farmers PM-KUSUM Scheme, Expanding It From Previously Targeted 25.75 GW
Tuesday, 10 Nov 2020
The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) in India has revised upwards the solar PV installation target under the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Urja Suraksha evam Utthan Mahabhiyan (PM-KUSUM) scheme, increasing it from 25.75 GW earlier to 30.8 GW to be .
31.7 GW: India Installed Solar PV Capacity Till Oct 2019
MNRE: Over 31.7 GW Cumulative Solar PV Capacity Installed In India Till October 2019, 15 GW To Be Tendered Between 2019-20 & 2020-21
Monday, 02 Dec 2019
Under its National Solar Mission, India wants to achieve 100 GW of solar PV capacity by 2022. Till the end of October 2019, its aggregate installed capacity exceeded only over 31.7 GW.
30 GW: India Installed PV Capacity Till July 2019
MNRE: Indian Cumulative Grid-Interactive Solar PV Capacity Till July 2019 Exceeded 30 GW With 1.89 GW Deployed In First Four Months Of FY 2019-20; Mercom India Says 31.5 GW Installed Till June 2019
Tuesday, 20 Aug 2019
In FY 2019-20, India officially aims for 7.5 GW of new large scale solar and 1 GW of rooftop solar. Between April 2019 and July 2019, the country had brought online 1.89 GW out of the total targeted 8.5 GW for this fiscal year.
India Added 30 GW PV By March 2019: Mercom
India Needs 70 GW Solar Power Capacity Addition By March 2022 To Achieve 100 GW Goal Under National Solar Mission As Preliminary Figures From Mercom India Research Show 30 GW Installed Till March 2019
Monday, 13 May 2019
As renewables grow their clout in the Indian power mix, the country still remains heavily dependent on thermal power for most of its energy needs.
India Installed Only 6.5 GW Solar In FY 2018-19
India Missed 11 GW Solar Power Capacity Addition Target For FY 2018-19 Achieving Little Over 59% With 6.5 GW Grid-Connected; Cumulative PV Capacity Till March 31, 2019 Reached 28.78 GW: MNRE
Wednesday, 24 Apr 2019
Having reached a level of 9.36 GW in the last fiscal year, India’s solar PV additions during 2018-19 witnessed a decline of over 30% YoY, as per MNRE statistics available.
India: 25 GW Total PV Capacity End of 2018
With Over 5 GW Solar Power Installed In Karnataka, India’s Cumulative Grid Interactive Solar Power Capacity Till December 2018 Reached 25.21 GW: MNRE
Sunday, 27 Jan 2019
Chasing a 10 GW target for ground mounted solar installations in FY 2018-19 and 1 GW of rooftop solar, India has quite some way to go. It reached only over 32% of the target until December 2018, according to MNRE data.
India Installed 24.33 GW PV Till October 2018
India’s Solar Power Installed Capacity As Of October 31, 2018 Reached 24.33 GW, Says Indian Ministry Of New & Renewable Energy; Country Committed To Tendering 30 GW Each In Fiscal Year 2018-19 & 2019-20
Monday, 17 Dec 2018
Annual installations for solar show FY2017-18 as the best fiscal year for solarPV installations in India when the number crossed 9 GW.
Mercom: India Installed 6.6 GW PV In 9M/2018
Indian Solar PV Power Installations Drop Over 30% YoY In Q3/2018; Rooftop Solar Improves Track With 64% More Additions Over Last Year; Mercom Expects 8 GW Total PV For India In Calendar Year 2018
Tuesday, 11 Dec 2018
As of September 2018, India’s cumulative solar power capacity reached 26 GW, with nearly 90% coming from utility-scale solar.
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