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CSP Today 市場報告:印度

CSP Today Markets Report 2015 - India (Concentrated Solar Power)

出版商 CSP Today 商品編碼 317176
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 92 Pages, 19 Tables, 12 Figures
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CSP Today 市場報告:印度 CSP Today Markets Report 2015 - India (Concentrated Solar Power)
出版日期: 2014年09月15日 內容資訊: 英文 92 Pages, 19 Tables, 12 Figures


第1章 國家概要

第2章 電力市場

  • 電力需求
  • 主要企業

第3章 印度的CSP市場

  • CSP法律規範
  • CSP計劃開發平台
  • 地區的CSP生態系統

第4章 市場計分卡與預測

  • 市場計分卡
  • 市場預測







In-depth market potential analysis, project pipelines assessment and forecast to 2025 to plan your business strategy for CSP investments

Get a qualified assessment of the key opportunities and pitfalls in each market and utilize effectively the abundance of market information available to generate strategic knowledge that enables you to make informed decisions and develop a strong business strategy that drives the growth of your CSP activity in the most profitable markets.

  • Get a complete insight into key drivers and barriers, CSP regulatory frameworks and project pipelines to help you form a clear business strategy
  • Assess the potential for CSP deployment globally as well as in each specific market and find out projected installed CSP capacity within the next ten years to position your business ahead of the curve
  • Find out who the key local stakeholders are, including government players and major financing bodies as well as developers, EPCs and component suppliers

Essential CSP knowledge targeted to your business needs

This report is primarily aimed at business development roles within suppliers and developers looking to expand their businesses into new markets.

Company types

  • Suppliers
  • Developers
  • EPCs
  • Technology Providers

Job titles

  • Business Development Director
  • Sales Director
  • Director of Strategy
  • Director of Market Research


This Market Report is a concise and to-the-point analysis that helps you navigate CSP market by synthetizing the overload of information available in a brief strategic summary that uses key metrics to allow for easier cross-market comparison and a long-term evaluation of the market potential.

  • CSP market status: In-depth interviews with 25+ key industry experts and developers active in the market analyzed
  • Pipeline: Making use of the CSP Today Global Tracker, all project data is industry validated and accurate as of August 2014, providing detailed information on projects announced, planned, in development, construction and operation
  • Ecosystem: Building upon CSP Today's proprietary data and the knowledge of local authors and peer reviewers, the stakeholder map in each market has been outlined and reviewed by on-the-ground players active in the local CSP market. From government agencies, utilities and financing organizations, to local consultants and R&D bodies, developers, EPCs and suppliers, you will find a full guide of the key local players for each country that will ease your access to the market

In the last four years, the government's National Solar Mission (NSM) has managed to jumpstart the local CSP industry - taking it from a meagre 8.5 MW in 2010 to 181.6 MW of installed capacity as of September 2014. Moreover, the Solar Energy Corporation of India, together with the Asian Development Bank, will be tendering two 50 MW CSP projects this year, in an attempt to bridge the gap between Phase I and II of the NSM and restore investor confidence in lieu of the difficulties experienced during Phase I.

Discover hands-on solutions to tackle the causes of delays in Phase I of the NSM and assess the potential of CSP developments in India after the ADB-SECI innovation program.

Table of Contents

List of Figures

List of Tables

Executive summary

1. Country overview

2. Electricity market

  • 2.1. Electricity demand
  • 2.2. Key players in the Moroccan electricity market

3. CSP market in India

  • 3.1. CSP regulatory framework
    • 3.1.1. Renewable Purchase Obligations and Renewable Energy Certificates
    • 3.1.2. The Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission
      • Phase I of JNNSM
      • Delays and extensions to Phase I
    • 3.1.3. Outside of JNNSM
      • State-level initiatives
      • ADB-SECI innovation program
      • CSP Research and Development center
    • 3.1.4. Local content requirements
  • 3.2. CSP project pipeline
  • 3.3. Local CSP ecosystem
    • 3.3.1. Key government agencies
    • 3.3.2. Independent Power Producers and utilities
    • 3.3.3. Permitting agencies and feasibility study providers
    • 3.3.4. Local consultants and R&D bodies
    • 3.3.5. Financing organizations
    • 3.3.6. Developers and EPC firms
    • 3.3.7. Local component supply
    • 3.3.8. Raw materials availability

4. CSP Today Markets Scorecard and Forecast 2015

  • 4.1. CSP Today Markets Scorecard 2015
    • 4.1.1. Introduction to the Scorecard
    • 4.1.2. The potential for CSP in India
    • 4.1.3. India compared to other key CSP markets
  • 4.2. CSP Today Markets Forecast 2015
    • 4.2.1. Introduction to the Markets Forecast
    • 4.2.2. Global market forecast
    • 4.2.3. Forecast CSP installed capacity in India

APPENDIX A: List of CSP plants in India

APPENDIX B: Status definitions

APPENDIX C: CSP Today Markets Scorecard 2015 methodology

APPENDIX D: CSP Today Markets Forecast 2015 methodology



List of Figures

  • Figure 1: Breakdown of installed capacity by fuel type
  • Figure 2: Direct Normal Irradiation (DNI) in India
  • Figure 3: Market structure diagram
  • Figure 4: Power Sales Agreement contract structure in India
  • Figure 5: JNNSM Phase I CSP tariff trends
  • Figure 6: Breakdown of CSP capacity by status (MW)
  • Figure 7: Breakdown of CSP capacity by technology (MW)
  • Figure 8: Breakdown of capacity by status and technology (MW)
  • Figure 9: India Markets Scorecard - Overview
  • Figure 10: Markets Scorecard - Comparison of key CSP markets
  • Figure 11: Installed CSP capacity to 2025 -GIobal market
  • Figure 12: Installed CSP capacity to 2025 - India

List of Tables

  • Table 1: Country overview
  • Table 2: Drivers of and barriers to CSP in India
  • Table 3: Anticipated India powers upply position forthe year 2014-15
  • Table 4: Solar power capacity requirement by 2022
  • Table 5: Projects under Phaselof the JNNSM
  • Table 6: RPO targets in Gujarat
  • Table 7: Minimum yearly capacity targets in Karnataka
  • Table 8: Breakdown of capacity by status and technology (MW)
  • Table 9: Key government agencies in India
  • Table 10: Key Independent Water and Power Producers and utilities in India
  • Table 11: Key permitting agencies and feasibility study providers in India
  • Table 12: Key local consultants and R&D bodies in India
  • Table 13: Key financing organizations in India
  • Table 14: Developers and EPCs in India
  • Table 15: Key local component suppliers in India
  • Table 16: Key local raw materials uppliers in India
  • Table 17: India Markets Scorecard - Scores
  • Table 18: Installed CSP capacity to 2025 (key figures) - Global market
  • Table 19: Installed CSP capacity to 2025 (key figures) - India
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