Rooftop solar units installed on industrial and corporate establishments by third parties are offering power 30-40% cheaper than the rates offered by the state’s power distribution companies. This gap is expected to widen further as thermal power companies would need to increase tariffs to accommodate inflationary measures and solar modules prices fall further.
The model – popularly called Opex model, includes a rooftop solar company setting up solar units on rooftops of industrial and commercial complex. Read More…
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