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e More information from http://www. researchandmarkets. com/reports/1285411/ Analysis of Solar Energy Industry in India & Its Future Prospects Description: The Indian solar energy sector has been growing rapidly, in the past few years, majorly due to Government’s initiatives such as tax exemptions and subsidies. Due to technical potential of 5,000 trillion kWh per year and minimum operating cost, Solar Power is considered the best suited energy source for India. Today the Solar power, has an installed capacity of 9. 4 MW which is about less than 0. 1 percent of the total installed renewable energy of India’s~ currently total installed renewable energy stands at 13,242. 41 MW as per MNRE. India’s power sector has a total installed capacity of approximately 1,46,753 Megawatt (MW) of which 54% is coal-based, 25% hydro, 8% is renewable’s and the balance is the gas and nuclear-based. Power shortages are estimated at about 11% of total energy and 15% of peak capacity requirements which is likely to increase in the coming years.The cost of production range is Rs 15 to Rs 20 per unit for the solar energy, which is very high when compared to, Rs 2 to Rs 5 per unit for other conventional sources in India. Much of the country does not have an electrical grid, so solar power will indeed be a boon for water pumping, to begin replacing India’s four to five million diesel powered water pumps, each consuming about 3. 5 kilowatt of off-grid lighting. Solar energy technology consists of solar thermal technologies, which utilize sun’s energy and solar photovoltaic technology, which convert solar energy directly into electricity.According to the 11th five year plan, the government of India projects a massive expansion in installed solar capacity, and aims to reduce the price of electricity generated from solar energy, to match that from fossil fuels like coal and diesel by 2030. MNRE has set up target to add 14500 MW by 2012, from new and renewable energy resources out of which 50 MW would be from solar energy. India has received committed investments to the tune of US $7 Billion and additional to come in through the FDI and private sector route.India has been ranked 7th worldwide for solar photovoltaic (PV) cell production and secure 9th rank in solar thermal power generation. This capacity is growing rapidly due to the entry of various private players in manufacturing of solar energy equipment. According to the authors, the Indian solar energy sector is estimated to grow at 25% year on year in next few years. With this rate the global market is likely to exceed the annual production mark of 12 GW during the year 2012. Likewise, the Indian market demand is expected to reach 200MW by the year 2012.The implementation of the three-phase plan for solar PV capacity expansion is expected to begin this year in 2010, with the Indian Government spending approximately US$20 billion over a 30 year period. This report provides solar sector-insights the growth drivers and inhibitors, on going and new projects to be commissioned, future forecasts for Solar PV modules, Cells and Solar thermal installations, key trends and profiles key players in this sector. This report provides detailed information on Indian solar energy market with five year forecasts up to 2015.This report also has detailed profiling of eighteen solar Photovoltaic module and solar thermal equipment manufacturers approved by MNRE and IREDA apart from the turnkey projects. The companies profiled in this report are: Moser Baer Photovoltaic Limited, Tata BP Solar, Photon Solar Energy Systems, HHV Solar Technologies Private Limited, Titan Energy Systems Limited, Sun Energy Systems, Applied Materials, Signet Solar, Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited, Central Electronics Limited, Renewable Energy Systems Limited, Waaree Energies Private Limited, Micro Sun Tech Private Limited, E to E Energy?Punj Lloyd Delta Renewables, TRA International, Reliance Industries Limited Solar Limited & XL Telecom & Energy Limited The report is designed to help: Bankers and Venture Capitalists for business opportunities Solar PV module manufacturers Solar PV cell manufacturers Solar PV System Assemblers Solar Thermal equipment manufacturers Industry Analysts and Regulatory Bodies of Solar Sector Trade Associations and companies looking for solar plant installation Other industry Professionals Reasons to purchase the report: Facilitate decision-making based on strong historic and forecast data – Gain the most up to date and in-depth information on the installed capacity in Indian Solar Energy Industry – Develop strategies based on the latest trends in Indian Renewable Solar Energy Industry – Rapidly help to prepare more detailed and effective planning materials – Identify the key growth and investment opportunities within the Indian Solar Energy Industry based on he detailed analysis and future forecasts – Helps to analyze the Indian Solar PV Module and Cell market, Lighting solution manufacturers and Solar Thermal Market – Gain insights in the strategic details of the companies profiled in the Solar report – Gives detailed analysis and SWOT for Indian Solar Industry and SWOT analysis for all companies profiled. This report provides a snapshot view of competitive landscape in Indian solar energy sector and profiling of key players and identifies key challenges for new players. Products Mentioned: – Solar Photovoltaic (PV) System – Solar Thermal Systems – Solar Water Pumping Systems Contents: 1.Introduction 1. 1 Scope of the report 2. India’s Energy Position 3. Need for Solar Energy in India 3. 1 Energy Security 3. 2 Kyoto Protocol 3. 3 Economic Viability 3. 4 Rural Electrification 4. Solar Energy Market in India 4. 1 Distribution network state-wise 4. 2 Electricity deficiency situation 4. 3 Forecasts for Indian Solar Energy Sector 5. Government Authorities role in Solar Energy Production 6. Policies Related to Solar Energy Sector in India 6. 1 Policy initiatives and National Solar Mission 6. 2 Guidelines for PV Manufacturers (IREDA) Policies 6. 3 State Government Electricity Regulation Board 7. Solar Power Generation Technology 7. Solar Photovoltaic System 7. 1. 1 Solar Photovoltaic System Technology 7. 1. 2 Components of PV System 7. 1. 3 Schemes applicable 7. 1. 4 Incentives Available 7. 2 Solar Thermal 7. 2. 1 Solar Thermal Technology 7. 2. 2 Classification of solar water heating system 7. 2. 3 Applications of Solar Water Heating systems 7. 2. 4 Schemes Available 7. 2. 5 Incentives Available 7. 3 Solar Water Pumping . 7. 3. 2 Schemes Available 8. Incentives & Rebates 9. Analysis Model 9. 1 PEST Analysis of Indian Solar Industry 9. 2 Porters Five Force Analysis Model for Solar Industry 9. 3 SWOT Analysis of Indian Solar Industry 10.Solar Energy Projects in India 10. 1 The Clinton Foundation Solar Project in Gujarat 10. 2 Punj Lloyd Renewable’s Project with Bihar Government 10. 3 Moser Baer Project with Tamil Nadu for Solar PV cells 10. 4 Moser Baer Thin Film Solar Farm in Chandrapur 10. 5 Solar Energy Park in Purulia, West Bengal 10. 6 ACME Tele Power sets up Reverse Auction 10. 7 Omax Autos commissions Rooftop Solar PV Projects 10. 8 Azure Power and Sun Edison Partner on 15MW PV System 10. 9 Aston field and Belectric Teamup to realize Solar Power Plant 10. 10 Photon Energy Systems commissions Solar Energy Project in Belgaum 10. 1 Conergy Erects PV Plant in Itnal, Karnataka 10. 12 Reliance Solar Group commissions project for Common Wealth Games 11. Growth Drivers and Inhibitors for Solar Energy 12. Profile of Key Players in Indian Solar Energy Sector 12. 1 Moser Baer Photovoltaic Limited 12. 1. 1 Company Prolife 12. 1. 2 Business Strategy 12. 1. 2. 1 Product Level 12. 1. 2. 2 Service Level 12. 1. 2. 3 Products 12. 1. 3 SWOT Analysis 12. 1. 4 Customers 12. 2 Tata BP Solar 12. 2. 1 Company Profile 12. 2. 2 Financial Performance 12. 2. 3 Business Strategy 12. 2. 3. 1 Product Level 12. 2. 3. 2 Service Level 12. 2. 3. 3 Products 12. 2. 4 SWOT Analysis 12. 2. Customers 12. 3 Photon Solar Energy Systems 12. 3. 1 Company Profile 12. 3. 2 Business Strategy 12. 3. 2. 1 Product Strategy 12. 3. 2. 2 Service Strategy 12. 3. 2. 3 Products 12. 3. 3 SWOT Analysis 12. 3. 4 Customers 12. 4 HHV Solar Technologies Private Limited 12. 4. 1 Company Prolife 12. 4. 2 Business Strategy 12. 4. 2. 1 Product Level 12. 4. 2. 1 Product Level 12. 4. 2. 2 Service Level 12. 4. 2. 3 Products 12. 4. 3 SWOT Analysis 12. 5 Titan Energy Systems Limited 12. 5. 1 Company Profile 12. 5. 2 Business Strategy 12. 5. 2. 1 Product Level 12. 5. 2. 2 Service Level 12. 5. 2. 3 Products 12. 5. 3 SWOT Analysis 12. 5. 4 Partners 12. Sun Energy Systems 12. 6. 1 Company Profile 12. 6. 2 Business Strategy 12. 6. 2. 1 Product Strategy 12. 6. 2. 2 Service Strategy 12. 6. 2. 3 Products 12. 6. 3 SWOT Analysis 12. 7 Applied Materials 12. 7. 1 Company Profile 12. 7. 2 Business Strategy 12. 7. 2. 1 Product Strategy 12. 7. 2. 2 Service Strategy 12. 7. 2. 3 Products 12. 7. 3 SWOT Analysis 12. 8 Signet Solar 12. 8. 1 Company Profile 12. 8. 2 Business Strategy 12. 8. 2. 1 Product Strategy 12. 8. 2. 2 Service Strategy 12. 8. 2. 3 Products 12. 8. 3 SWOT Analysis 12. 8. 4 Customers 12. 9 Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) 12. 9. 1 Company Profile 12. 9. 2 Business Strategy 12. . 2. 1 Product Strategy 12. 9. 2. 2 Service Strategy 12. 9. 2. 3 Products 12. 9. 3 SWOT Analysis 12. 10 Central Electronics Limited (CEL) 12. 10. 1 Company Profile 12. 10. 2 Business Strategy 12. 10. 2. 1 Product Strategy 12. 10. 2. 2 Service Strategy 12. 10. 2. 3 Products 12. 10. 3 SWOT Analysis 12. 10. 4 Customers 12. 11 Renewable Energy Systems Limited 12. 11. 1 Company Profile 12. 11. 2 SWOT Analysis 12. 12 Waaree Energies Private Limited 12. 12. 1 Company Profile 12. 12. 2 Business Strategy 12. 12. 2. 1 Product Strategy 12. 12. 2. 2 Service Strategy 12. 12. 2. 3 Products 12. 13 Micro Sun Tech Private Limited 12. 13. Company Profile 12. 14 E to E Energy 12. 14. 1 Company Profile 12. 14. 2 Business Strategy 12. 14. 2. 1 Product Strategy 12. 14. 2. 2 Service Strategy 12. 14. 2. 3 Products 12. 15 Punj Lloyd Delta Renewables 12. 15. 1 Company Profile 12. 15. 2 Business Strategy 12. 15. 2. 1 Product Strategy 12. 15. 2. 2 Service Strategy 12. 15. 2. 3 Products 12. 15. 3 SWOT Analysis 12. 16 TRA International 12. 16. 1 Company Profile 12. 16. 2 Business Strategy 12. 16. 2. 1 Product Strategy 12. 16. 2. 2 Service Strategy 12. 16. 2. 3 Products 12. 16. 3 SWOT Analysis 12. 16. 4 Solar Energy Future Outlook 12. 17 Reliance Industries Solar Group 12. 7. 1 Company Profile 12. 17. 2 Business Strategy 12. 17. 2. 1 Product Level 12. 17. 2. 2 Service Level 12. 17. 2. 3 Products 12. 17. 3 SWOT Analysis 12. 17. 4 Customers 12. 18 XL Telecom & Energy Limited 12. 18. 1 Company Profile 12. 18. 2 SWOT Analysis 12. 18. 3 Customers 13. Solar Energy Future Outlook 14. Challenges for Existing and New Players in Solar Energy Sector 15. Opportunities in the Indian Solar Energy Market Disclaimer List of Exhibits 2. 1. India’s Per Capita TPES (TOE/Capita) in 2006 2. 2. India’s Per Capita Electricity Consumption in 2006 2. 3 Total Primary Energy Supply (TPES) of the world by fuel (Mtoe) 2. World Fuel Shares 2. 5 Total Installed Capacity in India –Sector wise 2. 6 Total Installed Electricity Generation Capacity in India based on Fuel 2. 7 Total Primary Energy Supply region wise 2. 8 Total Primary Energy Consumption of India (Mtoe) 2. 9 Estimated Energy Reserves in India 2. 10 Estimated percentage of Energy Reserves in India 4. 1 Solar Radiations over different parts of India 4. 2 Solar Radiations over different parts of the world 4. 3 State-wise Rural Unelectrified Households 4. 4 State wise un electrified villages in comparison to number of villages electrified 4. 5 Energy consumption in Power Sector upto 2030 5. Contact Details – Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) 5. 2 Contact Details – Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency Limited (IREDA) 5. 3 Contact Details- CEA (Central Electricity Authority) 6. 1 Contact details for Andhra Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission 6. 2 Contact Details – Haryana Electricity Regulatory Commission 6. 3 Contact Details – Karnataka Electricity Regulatory Commission 6. 4 Contact Details – West Bengal Electricity Regulatory Commission 6. 5 Contact Details – Madhya Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission 6. 6 Contact Details – Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission 6. Contact Details – Rajasthan Electricity Regulatory Commission 6. 8 Contact Details – Tamil Nadu Electricity Regulatory Commission 6. 9 Contact Details – Gujarat Electricity Regulatory Commission 6. 10 Contact Details – Kerala State Electricity Regulatory Commission 6. 11 Contact Details – Punjab State Electricity Regulatory Commission 7. 1 Components of Solar Photovoltaic System 7. 2 Future Forecasts for Annual Production of Solar Cells and Module 7. 3 Future Forecasts for Solar thermal and PV modules in India 7. 4 Year wise solar water-heating system installation 7. 5 Forecasts for solar water-heating system installation 9. PEST Analysis for Solar Industry 9. 2 Porters Five Force Assessment Model for Solar Industry 9. 3 SWOT Analysis of Indian Solar Industry 10. 1 Details of Clinton Foundation project details in Gujarat 10. 2 Details of Punj Lloys Delta Renewable Project details 10. 3 Details of Moser Baer Photovoltaic facility setup in Tamil Nadu 10. 4 Details of Moser Baer project for thin solar Photovoltaic farm 10. 5 Details of WBGEDCL solar energy park in West Bengal 10. 6 Details of ACME Tele Power plant 10. 7 Details of Omex Auto Limited Project 10. 8 Details of Azure Power and SunEdison Partnership 10. Details of Astonfield and Belectric Solar power plant 10. 10 Details of Photovoltaic plant in Belgaum, Karnataka 10. 11 Details of Conergy AG PV plant in Itnal, Karnataka 10. 12 Details of Reliance 1MW PV Solar power plant 11. 1 Comparison between fossil fuels and solar as source of energy 12. 1 Company Profile – Moser Baer Photovoltaic Limited 12. 2 Contact Details –Moser Baer Photovoltaic Limited 12. 3 SWOT Analysis –Moser Baer Photovoltaic Limited 12. 4 Company Profile – Tata BP Solar 12. 5 Contact Details – Tata BP Solar 12. 6 Financial Performance –Tata BP Solar Limited 12. 7 SWOT Analysis – Tata BP Solar 12. Company Profile – Photon Solar Energy Systems 12. 9 Contact Details – Photon Solar Energy Systems 12. 10 SWOT Analysis – Photon Solar Energy Systems 12. 11 Company Profile – HHV Solar Technologies Private Limited 12. 12 Contact Details – HHV Solar Technologies Private Limited 12. 13 SWOT Analysis – HHV Solar Technologies Private Limited 12. 14 Company Profile –Titan Energy Systems Limited 12. 15 Contact Details – Titan Energy Systems Limited 12. 16 SWOT Analysis –Titan Energy Systems Limited 12. 17 Major clients of Titan Energy Systems Limited 12. 18 Company Profile – Sun Energy Systems 12. 19 Contact Details – Sun Energy SystemsOrdering: Order Online – http://www. researchandmarkets. com/reports/1285411/ Order by Fax – using the form below Order by Post – print the order form below and send to Research and Markets, Guinness Centre, Taylors Lane, Dublin 8, Ireland. 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