Module Technologies and Trends Dominating the Indian Solar Market

To be held on Friday, January 22, 2021, at 3:00 pm IST

January 15, 2021


The year 2020 is behind us, and 2021 promises to be positive for the solar industry. According to Mercom Research, around 48 GW of solar projects are either awaiting construction or are under construction.

However, several questions remain unanswered. Which module technology will capture a majority of the market share? What are developers and engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) service providers thinking? Which technology is winning the levelized cost of energy (LCOE) and the advanced technology game? Who are the major suppliers, and what are their strategies?

Find the answers to these critical questions in our webinar “Module Technologies and Trends Dominating the Indian Solar Market,” which will be held on Friday, January 22, 2022, at 3:00 pm IST.

You can register for the webinar by clicking here.

The panel includes Parag Sharma, CEO, O2 Power; Arul Shanmugasundram,  Executive Director, Ayana Renewable Power; Zhichao Yuan Product Head, APAC, LONGi Solar; Sai Charan Kuppili, Technical Director, Jinko Solar; and Sumit Kumar, Head – Product Management, Vikram Solar.

Priya Sanjay, Managing Director, Mercom India, will moderate the session.

Module Technologies and Trends Dominating the Indian Solar Market

Recently Ayana Renewable Power had raised $390 million (~₹28.6 billion) in the latest funding round. O2 Power had won an auction for 700 MW of solar projects floated by Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Limited for Dholera solar park (Phase IX). Both developers have nearly a GW of solar projects in the pipeline, according to Mercom’s Solar Project Tracker.

Meanwhile, LONGi Solar and Jinko Solar had emerged among the top three solar modules suppliers to India, while Vikram Solar is among the top three module manufacturers in the country, according to Mercom’s India Solar Market Leaderboard 1H 2020.

During the webinar, developers will discuss the global trends in India’s module market and all available choices.

The audience can also engage with the speakers by asking questions relevant to the discussion.

You can register for the webinar by clicking here.

Rahul is a staff reporter at Mercom India. Before entering the world of renewables, Rahul was head of the Gujarat bureau for The Quint. He has also worked for DNA Ahmedabad and Ahmedabad Mirror. Hailing from a banking and finance background, Rahul has also worked for JP Morgan Chase and State Bank of India. More articles from Rahul Nair.