1SOLAR POWER GENERATION


1   Global

 - Solar power generation installed Capacity (Dec. 2015) > 240,000 MW
 - Key markets: China, Japan, USA, UK, India, Germany, Canada, France, Italy

1   INDIA

 - Grid-connected solar power generation
   (Mar.2016): ~6,762 MW
 - Solar power target by 2022 : 100,000 MW
 - Capacity added during 2015/16 : > 3,000 MW
 - Expected addition during 2016/17 : 12,000 MW
 - Rooftop grid-connected solar (Mar.16) : > 600 MW

- Leading states in rooftop solar PV segment:
  Gujarat, Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu
- Grid parity achieved in 10+ states for commercial
  and industrial electricity consumers
- Development of solar power parks in >10 states
  for large-scale solar projects
- Ultra Mega Solar Power Projects (UMSPP) planned

1BENEFITS OF GOING SOLAR


1   Commercial

- 30% CFA/Subsidy for rooftop PV for not-for-profit
  organization other than government
- Savings on electricity bills, cheaper electricity
- Reduced energy costs of business operations

1   Environmental

- Reduces carbon footprint, saves tonnes of carbon dioxide
- Saves huge quantity of water
- Replaces polluting diesel consumption and replaces imports
- Helps in combating climate change and global warming


1   Social & Technical

- Green image for the establishment
- Best utilization of unused spaces and structures
- Increased local employment opportunities
- Tail-end solar generation adds to grid stability
- Improved voltage level and reactive power support to the grid







1SOLAR POWER INCENTIVES


  • - Power purchase agreements (PPAs) at preferential tariffs determined by SERC/CERC or APPC and REC sale option by states
  • - Captive/third-party sale option for solar power generation allowed
  • - Grid connectivity provision by states
  • - Solar-specific purchase obligations (S-RPO) for state power utilities
  • - Net metering policy (final/draft) for rooftop solar: 25 states and union territories
  • - 30% capital subsidy/CFA for residential, institutional and social sector rooftop solar
  • - Electricity duty exempted on captive use
  • - Accelerated depreciation @ 80% in 1st year under Section 32 of the Income Tax Act
  • - Additional 20% depreciation for new plant and machinery in 1st year
  • - Income tax holiday for 10 consecutive years under section 80 I.A, [MAT @ 20% applicable]
  • - Concessional custom duty and exemption from excise duty
  • - Provision of bank loans as a part of home loan/home improvement loan for rooftop solar
  • - Loans up to Rs 15.0 Cr for RE projects, and Rs 10 lakh for individual loans under priority sector lending










1GRID-TIED ROOFTOP SOLAR POWER


Solar photovoltaic power generation projects up to 1000 kWp are generally set up on the rooftops of residential premises, industrial/commercial sheds and government buildings, and can be connected to the power grid. Such systems are termed as grid-tied or grid-interactive rooftop solar PV systems.

How it works : Using solar radiation, such systems generate electricity, which can be used for various applications during the day and consumed online or fed into the power grid.


1GRID-TIED UTILITY-SCALE SOLAR POWER


Solar photovoltaic power generation projects of >1000 kWp set up normally on flat open ground, barren land and unused spaces can be connected to the state power grid. Such systems are termed as grid-tied utility-scale solar PV systems.

How it works : Using solar radiation, such systems generate electricity, which can be fed into the grid directly.


1SOLAR POWER KEY FEATURES


- Modular and scalable technology

- Long lasting : system life of 25 years

- Low or minimal maintenance

- No batteries required

- Quick turnaround time and low gestation period

- Import substitute for conventional fuels : coal, oil and gas

- Rooftop system sizes : few kWp to MWp - Utility scale project sizes : few MWp to hundreds of Mwp
- 100 kWp rooftop solar power system annually - 100 MWp utility-scale solar power plant annually
- Generates 0.15-0.16 million units - Generates 150-160 million units
- Saves >150 tonnes of CO2 and > 6.0 lakh litres of water - Saves > 150,000 tonnes of CO2 and > 6000 lakh litres of water
- Replaces > 50,000 litres of costly diesel - Replaces > 500 lakh litres of costly diesel






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1WHAT WE OFFER

• Concept to commissioning advisory and consultancy support

• Engineering, procurement support and construction monitoring

• Lender’s and owner's engineer services

• Policy and regulatory advisory

• Techno-commercial due diligence, project appraisals

• Solar power asset management

• Solar power and other RE technology assessment and tie-ups

• Training and skill development


  • SIMPL WAY
  • - ADD VALUE TO YOUR ASSETS
  • - GO SOLAR
  • - REDUCE ENERGY COSTS
  • - SAVE ENVIRONMENT