Indian solar industries in 2019
lubi solar       March 19, 2019
Since solar energy is the most challenging year of 2018 was a policy changed in India & China, and cancellations tenders in taxes / domestic tariffs, which the industry to manufacturing solar panels.
2019 promises to provide better outcomes for the installation of solar panels in the country. Research shows that India expects to add 10 GW to 15 GW of renewable energy capacity in 2019, in which solar energy is the sum of the report.
There are major role will be added for new solar energy park development to achieve operational status in 2019. While growth in government’s approach to solar energy will be at the top of both participation and increased awareness among ordinary people of the transition. India is expected to add about 2 GW of new capacity to the roof growth path and solar energy will double over the roof by 2018.
Major States such as Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Rajasthan expecting to increase solar capacity more then 80% in this year to contribute Indian solar growth.
The project with floating solar energy will receive priority attention in 2019, and studies show that this year it is expected that the power of the new floating solar energy will increase by almost 80 megawatts. This will bring risks to the solar missions of India, as well as help protect the water resources of India.
Although there are still new opportunities for the development of solar energy in the future, there are problems such as the removal and distribution of electricity, the cost of equipment for solar energy, the import of solar modules and the elimination of problems associated with the cancellation of the national solarization project.
Recent policy deviations have destroyed the Indian solar industry, limiting growth in solar cell production. Although the Indian government boasted of setting up production centers in India, focusing on profitable industries, India could not take advantage of the country and the most promising industry in the world: solar energy.
Although the government specified the applicability of the GST from January 1, 2019 and the recently released CPSU program to promote domestic solar panel producers & Distributors, more efforts are needed to support solar energy.
In view of this situation, India’s solar industry has high hopes for the trade union budget of 2019 to reduce taxes / tariffs and get better investment opportunities.
In such possession, hope so that the real budget will not be able to meet the demand for solar energy, since the industry is likely to lead the country to energy self-sufficiency, industrial growth and job creation. The year 2019 provides new opportunities for the production of solar energy in India, but the achievement of these opportunities depends on the prioritization of solar energy and the implementation of favorable policies.