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Financing a diverse solar ecosystem in India


Catalyzed by dramatically falling prices combined with economies of scale and a massive air pollution crisis, India’s large-scale solar market has jumped from a mere 17 megawatts (MW) in 2010 to over 20,000 MW in March 2018. A recent report by the Institute for Energy, Economics, and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) finds that India is second only to China in leading the world in large utility-scale solar projects. For example, the Kurnool Ultra Mega Watt Park and the Adani Kamuthi Park, with generation capacities of 1,000 MW and 648 MW, respectively, are the second and sixth largest operating solar parks in the world. Nearly half a dozen more solar parks are planned for 2018.

Financing a Diverse Solar Ecosystem in India

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