Could India’s renewables sector pull its infrastructure market out of the shade?
In OECD countries, revisions to renewable energy targets tend to happen by increments. Each time they are tweaked by a few gigawatts, so as to fine-tune the percentage they represent in the generation mix of relevant states.
The Indian solar system, by comparison, seems ready for a leap forward of stellar proportions. The country is not completely starting anew: it already has a bit more than 4 gigawatts (GW) of cumulative installed solar capacity, about a quarter less than France. But Delhi last June ramped up its solar target, set at 20GW for 2022, to 100GW in the same time frame.Read More