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India's Solar Industry 2011/2012


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This snapshot gives a brief overview of the Indian solar industry.The full report gives an overview of the Indian solar industry, including solar thermal and solar power. In addition, the full report includes a company profile of Tata BP Solar.

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India's Solar Industry 2011/2012

  1. 1. Indias Solar Industry 2011 Industry SnapshotSlide 1 © Contrium Research GmbH 2012. All rights reserved.
  2. 2. The Indian Solar Industry has two main segmentsSEGMENTS OF INDIAN SOLAR INDUSTRY Solar Thermal Solar Power  The industry is estimated at Euro  The total production capacity is XXX Mn in 2010-11 XXX MW  Includes products like:  Includes products like:  Solar water heater  Solar cells (crystalline & amorphous)  Street lights  Solar (PV) modules  Lanterns  Structured industry with only XXX  Fragmented industry with bulk of manufacturers across the country. the revenues from solar water Large players include heaters. Large players include  Tata BP  Tata BP  Titan Energy Systems  Emvee Solar  Moser Baer  Anu IndustriesSource: Primary interviewsSlide 2 © Contrium Research GmbH 2012. All rights reserved.
  3. 3. The Solar thermal industry is likely to grow at an impressivegrowth rate annuallySOLAR THERMAL INDUSTRY – MARKET DRIVERS  Solar thermal industry likely to grow at XXX annually  Government to take initiatives for solar usage in India – extensive utilization of existing energy resources leading to exhaustion fear  Initiatives by financial institutions for investment, providing monetary to manufacturers  Focus on exports  Large solar water heater manufacturers tend to create export oriented units  Medium sized manufacturers targeting export licenses  Increasing awareness for solar energy usage to drive growth – rising acceptance among industries & urban domestic homesSource: Ministry of New & Renewable Energy Sources (MNES), primary interviewsSlide 3 © Contrium Research GmbH 2012. All rights reserved.
  4. 4. Many Solar Thermal manufacturers are located inBangaloreGEOGRAPHICAL PRESENCE OF SOLAR THERMAL MANUFACTURERS • Aries Industries • Kaushal Solar Equipments • Tata BP Solar • Anu Industries Mumbai • … Pune Secunderabad • … • … Bangalore • … • … • … • …Source: Primary interviewsSlide 4 © Contrium Research GmbH 2012. All rights reserved.
  5. 5. The Solar Power Industry is likely to grow at a rate of XXXfor the next five yearsSOLAR POWER INDUSTRY – MARKET DRIVERS  The solar power industry is likely to grow at the rate of XXX for the next five years  Increased awareness in the usage of renewable energy sources, high focus on leveraging natural resources as potential power source  India is a power deficit country – government encourages green energy and has several initiatives to popularize solar power devices  States like Hyderabad insist on solar power usage  Government to provide subsidiaries to promote usage, e.g. releasing loans for solar panels and reducing in per watt tariff  Falling prices of solar cells and systems over the past  Total production capacity of the Indian solar power industry was XXX MW in 2011  Solar cell capacity XXX MW  Photovoltaic (PV) modules XXX MW  The industry has XXX solar cell manufacturers & XXX PV module manufacturers  India contributes XXX% of the global solar power capacity  Power module manufactures set for expansions  Titan Energy Systems plans to manufacture XXX MW p.a. by 2013  Tata BP likely to produce XXX MW annually by 2013Source: Ministry of New & Renewable Energy Sources (MNES), primary interviewsSlide 5 © Contrium Research GmbH 2012. All rights reserved.
  6. 6. Solar Power manufacturers are located across the countryGEOGRAPHICAL PRESENCE OF SOLAR POWER MANUFACTURERS North East • … • … • … Noida Sahibabad South Kolkata • Tata BP Solar India Ltd. (Bangalore) • … Secunderabad • … Chittur Bangalore Future manufacturing units • … • … • … • … • …Source: Primary interviewsSlide 6 © Contrium Research GmbH 2012. All rights reserved.
  7. 7. Tata BP is the leading solar power manufacturers in IndiaOVERVIEW OF SELECTED SOLAR POWER MANUFACTURERS Activities Tata BP Solar India  One of the oldest companies in India for solar photovoltaic manufacturing Ltd.  Designs, engineers, manufacturers and installs PV systems products including solar modules, water heating systems, lanterns, streetlights …  … …  …  …  … Find out more… …  …  …  …  …  …Source: Primary interviewsSlide 7 © Contrium Research GmbH 2012. All rights reserved.
  8. 8. Solar photovoltaic market in India at XXX MW in 2011PRODUCTION VOLUMES PHOTOVOLTAIC MODULES Estimated Production volume (MW) Installed Market Plant location capacity share (%) (MW) (2011) 2009 2010 2011 (2011) Tata BP Solar Bangalore XXX % XXX 98 134 183 India Ltd. Find out more…Source: Primary interviewsSlide 8 © Contrium Research GmbH 2012. All rights reserved.
  9. 9. Large photovoltaic manufacturers have announcedinvestment plansINVESTMENT PLANS Capacity Investments Remarks (MW) (m€) Tata BP Solar 300 222 Investments for solar panel manufacturing & solar thermal products … … … Find out more… … …Source: MNES, Primary interviewsSlide 9 © Contrium Research GmbH 2012. All rights reserved.
  10. 10. The Solar Industry offers several investment opportunitiesINVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES  Joint ventures  Numerous companies have entered into JVs with leading global PV manufacturer  There are no specific conditions laid down by MNES for the formation of joint ventures  Export oriented units  It is possible to setup a manufacturing plant as a 100% EOU  Generally they are permitted duty-free import of raw materials and components  They are also eligible to sell up to 20% of their production to domestic market  Technology transfer: Indian PV industry is seeking technology for the manufacturing of PV modules especially based on their film materials and is able to offer technology for the manufacturing of silicon solar cells, PV modules and PV segments  Technology development: R&D projects are supported by the government at central / state government research organizations, autonomous societies, universities, recognized colleges, IIT’s, industries (with suitable infrastructure for R&D) and NGOsSource: Primary interviewsSlide 10 © Contrium Research GmbH 2012. All rights reserved.
  11. 11. Find out more… india.anditsmarkets.comSlide 11 © Contrium Research GmbH 2012. All rights reserved.