2013-01-04 11:11:49 - Cumulative PV-installed capacity is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 47% during 2011-2016, says RNCOS in its research report.
Solar thermal technologies have a specific pertinence in India due to the increased availability of resource. From the perspective of rising energy demand across all the sectors, there is a potential huge growth prospective, particularly in the domestic and industrial sector to fulfill the thermal energy demands. The focus is primarily on the solar water heating systems as it is the most commercialized technology in the country. There are different market segments for solar water heating systems (SWHS) in the country, namely, Commercial, Domestic, and Industrial. In the commercial sector, SWHS are utilized to fulfill the hot water demand in hotels and hospitals, whereas in industrial sector, these systems are utilized for preheating boiler feed water or to meet the
procedure heating requirements.
According to a recent research report by RNCOS, “Indian Solar Energy Market Analysis”, the solar power sector in India is witnessing a tremendous growth on the back of above favorable factors. As per our research findings, solar PV installation in the country is growing at a rapid pace as in 2011-12, the total capacity addition in solar PV segment stood at around 468 MW. Moreover, in future, the cumulative PV-installed capacity is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of around 47% during 2011-2016.
Our report, “Indian Solar Energy Market Analysis”, covers all the key aspects that clarifies the picture of current Indian solar power sector. It highlights the industry performance and future outlook of solar power sector with an in-depth analysis of both solar photovoltaic and solar thermal technologies. The section includes various solar products as solar cooker, Street lightening systems, home lightening systems, Lanterns, power plants, PV pumps, solar powered telecom towers and rooftops with their major manufacturers.
The report also exhibits the emerging trends in Indian solar market as increasing production of solar PV products in the country and growing demand for off grid PV installation etc. Further, the report covers details of installed and sanctioned projects in India by states. Detailed knowledge of various state solar policies and government policies are also included in the report. In addition to that, the report covers analysis of various solar technologies related to PV and thermal applications including recent developments.
Additionally, to provide clearer picture of competitive landscape, we have also included recent developments of key players coupled with the comprehensive analysis of their strength and weakness. In all, the report presents a comprehensive look at the sector’s past, present, and future scenario.
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