BMI View: India will be a global renewables outperformer over our 10-year forecast period, with nonhydro
renewables capacity to more than triple from 2015 to 2025. Ongoing government support, strong
investor interest and advantageous natural conditions will drive grow ..."
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BMI View: India will maintain its position as a key global renewables market, as ongoing support from the
government drives growth. The solar sector will register the greatest expansion, with high installation rates
across both residential and utility-scale projects. ..."
BMI View: Solar capacity will register the fastest growth rates over our 10-year forecast period and
dominate the project pipeline. The ongoing sector and country-specific risks, such as the land acquisition
bill, T&D bottlenecks and business environment hurdles threa ..."
BMI View: The huge oversubscription of a solar PV tender in Andhra Pradesh aligns with our view that
India's solar market - and the wider renewables sector - will attract significant investor interest over the
next five years, given the sizeable rewards on offer in th ..."
BMI View: The sizeable rewards on offer in India's rapidly expanding renewables industry have attracted
significant investor interest and strengthened the renewables project pipeline, particularly in the solar
segment. Risks remain pertinent and widespread - including ..."
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BMI View: Our view that power sector reforms would be a top priority for Modi's government is playing
out and we have witnessed notable progress in India's renewables expansion. Investor interest in the market
is high, the project pipeline continues to swell and risin ..."
BMI View: A FY2015/16 budget reduction for renewable energy, amid a reiteration of the country's
ambitious renewable targets, highlights the government's expectation that the private sector will play a key
role in the expansion of the industry. Investor interest will ..."
BMI View: We forecast non-hydropower renewable generation in India to grow by an impressive 11.2% in
2015, with growth supported by strong support from the public sector. Over the longer term, we expect this
strong level of government involvement as well as difficulti ..."