India seen so as to add 13.6 GW of photo voltaic, 2.6 GW of wind in 2022

December 1 (Renewables Now) – India is predicted so as to add 13.6 GW of photo voltaic and about 2.6 GW of wind energy in 2022, JMK Analysis mentioned this week because it launched its third-quarter renewable power report.

Of the projected photo voltaic installations this 12 months, round 12 GW might be utility-scale photo voltaic and 1.6 GW rooftop photo voltaic.

In response to JMK Analysis, within the first 9 months of 2022, India deployed 9.3 GW of latest utility-scale photo voltaic capability, about 1.7 instances larger than the year-ago interval. It additionally put in 1,334 MW of rooftop photo voltaic and 604 MW of distributed/off-grid photo voltaic capability.

Wind installations within the January-September interval totalled 1.89 GW, a year-over-year enhance of 46%.

Within the third quarter, new installations exceeded the earlier quarter, with utility-scale photo voltaic deployments at about 2.82 GW and wind at about 1.02 GW.

In response to the report, India had about 118 GW of renewables capability on the finish of September, together with about 60.8 GW of photo voltaic and 41.7 GW of wind. The agency mentioned that round 45 GW of photo voltaic, wind and hybrid tasks are presently within the pipeline and more likely to be accomplished within the subsequent 4 to 5 years.

JMK Analysis additionally mentioned that 75 tenders representing 14.2 GW of renewable capability had been issued within the third quarter, a 25.7% rise from the earlier quarter.

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