The slowdown in tendering of the solar and wind projects in the past few months despite government’s target of achieving 175 GW renewable capacity by FY2022, is forcing Indian renewable energy players to look beyond the market to support their growth.
Some of the largest RE developers, including Tata Power, Hindustan Power and other companies have been exploring markets outside India, the management of these companies told BusinessLine.
Rooftop solar companies such as CleanMax Solar, as well as major EPC players and solar equipment manufacturers, including Vikram Solar, Shapoorji Group and Jakson Group have already established their presence outside India. Read More…
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