Mercom India Solar Summit 2022 is an exclusive event hosting important stakeholders across the solar sector. Attendees include government officials, investors, manufacturers, developers, and other key industry players.
India is targeting 100 GW of solar installations by 2022 and has a longer-term target of deploying 450 GW of renewables, with Solar making up 300 GW of that goal.
The government’s call for Make in India, the production-linked incentive plan, and duties and restrictions on imports have collectively boosted solar manufacturing in India.
Open Access Solar – an Ideal Solution to Reduce Carbon Footprint and Operating Costs for C&I Entities
Commercial and industrial (C&I) customers are increasingly opting for open access solar to reduce operating costs and the carbon footprint of their facilities.
Large-scale projects largely drive the solar sector in India. The pandemic has added to the difficulties for developers with rising component prices..
The production-linked incentive program by the government of India has spurred investments into the vertical integration of module manufacturing.
Mercom India’s leadership team, in an exclusive presentation, provided an overview of the Indian solar market landscape along with the latest developments on-the-ground..
With the Government’s ‘Make in India’ policy, new module technologies, pricing fluctuations, supply chain issues – how are project developers and manufacturers..
Juggling the macroeconomic priorities of protecting distribution companies while expanding renewables in the energy mix has led to many policy..
India is an attractive solar market with tremendous long-term potential. The installation targets are aggressive, but investments in the solar..
Solar project acquisitions have soared globally, and they can take off in India too. There are more dollars chasing assets than there are good projects to buy.
This discussion focused on how to accelerate the deployment of rooftop solar PV systems in India and what lessons India can incorporate from successful..
If there is one thing consistent in the last few years, it is uncertainty. The solar market is witnessing more supply chain and logistics problems now than ever.