Why rooftop solar isn’t shining in India | mojo4industry Development Debate
In 2015, the Indian government had set a target of boosting India’s solar power capacity to 100 GW by 2022 of which 40 GW was to come from rooftop solar installations. However, as of 31st December 2020, the country’s cumulative installed rooftop solar capacity stood at only 6.79 GW – a far away from the target.
In an attempt to identify the reasons for this huge shortfall, mojo4industry has conducted a Development Debate titled: Why rooftop solar isn’t shining in India. Here’s an edited excerpts of the debate.
- Why India is shying away from adopting rooftop solar?
- Why rooftop solar costs more than it should?
- How to make rooftop solar discoms-friendly?
- How to bring rooftop solar on growth track?
- Mr. Rajinder Kumar Kaura, CMD, Bergen Associates Pvt Ltd
- Dr Satyendra Kumar, Chairman & CTO, Saurya Enertech
- Dr. D N Singh, CEO, Bergen Associates Pvt Ltd
- Mr. Suhas Pansare, Vice President, RelyOn Solar Pvt Ltd
Program Sponsor: Bergen Associates Pvt Ltd