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India to give USD30 million to boost global solar energy

Le Bourget (France): India has launched an ambitious alliance of 121 developed and developing sun- drenched countries and announced an assistance of USD 30 million to dramatically boost the use of clean solar energy and reduce global carbon emissions.
The International Solar Alliance was launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi along with French President Francois Hollande yesterday on the sidelines of the 195-nation United Nations climate summit here to tackle climate change.

 

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The alliance from both developed and developing countries aims to mobilise USD 1 trillion by 2030 to be invested in the generation of clean solar energy.

Modi also announced that India will host the initiative in the premises of the National Institute of Solar Energy in Gurgaon, Haryana.

“The vast majority of humanity is blessed with generous sunlight round the year. Yet many are also without any source of power. We want to bring solar energy into our lives and homes by making it cheaper, more reliable and easier to connect to grid,” Modi told members of the alliance.

He said that India will provide land and contribute about USD 30 million to build the Secretariat infrastructure of the initiative and support its operation for the next five years until 2021.

“This is an alliance that brings together developed and developing countries, governments and industries, laboratories and institutions in a common enterprise,” Modi said.

“This day is the sunrise of new hope ?- not just for clean energy, but for villages and homes still in darkness; and for our mornings and evenings filled with a clear view of the glory of the sun,” he said.

Modi said that as the developing world lifts billions of people into prosperity, the hope for a sustainable planet rests on a bold global initiative and it shows India’s determination to harness the Sun’s unlimited energy.

He stated that advanced countries need to leave enough carbon space for developing countries to grow. “That is natural climate justice,” Modi asserted.

Hollande lauded Prime Minister Modi’s initiative as a paradigm shift.

To highlight the importance of solar energy, Modi said that in Indian tradition, Sun is the source of all forms of energy.

“Today, when the energy sources and excesses of our industrial age have put our planet in peril, the world must turn to Sun to power our future,” he added.

Modi highlighted that India has a capacity of 4GW and has set a target of adding 100 GW of solar power by 2022. “By the end of next year, we would have added 12 GW.”

The idea of solar alliance was mooted by Modi during the the India-Africa Forum Summit last month.

 

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India has finally begun to make its mark in solar energy .

Significantly, as was the case with Germany, solar power costs have been falling year on year. It is worth recalling that it was Germany  which catalysed this industry worldwide. It began setting up solar facilities in 2001, when installation costs were well above $8 per Watt. Today they are under $1, thanks to the demand volume that Germany helped generate, which in turn saw large-scale production of solar cells. China was quick to grab this opportunity and has emerged as the world’s largest producer of solar panels.
In India, solar power bids invited under the National Solar Mission Phase I offered tariffs of Rs7.49 to Rs9.44 per kWh. But, as each state went in for reverse auctions for setting up solar facilities, costs kept dropping. The solar bids conducted by Madhya Pradesh Power Management Company Limited recently arrived at prices of Rs5.05/kWh. Prices could fall further. In a recent bid in the US, NV Energy, a Nevada utility, agreed to purchase 100MW solar power under a fixed-price 20-year power purchase agreement at 3.87cents/kWh (Rs2.52/kWh).

Rajasthan could push down solar costs even further. After all, this state has the largest potential for solar power in India (see chart). Already, according to BK Dosi, managing director, Rajasthan Renewable Energy Corporation Ltd (RREC), “The state has secured the leading position in solar power with a total generation capacity of 1,167 MW, as of May 31, 2015. Similar trends can be observed in Wind Energy production with a total installed capacity of over 3324 MW.”

As an India Ratings report points out, “Solar power is likely to become cheaper than, or equivalent to, conventional thermal energy prices over the next two to three years.” Solar power costs could reach anywhere between Rs4 and Rs4.5 per kWh by March 2018. This decline in costs, explains India Ratings, will be driven by several factors: (i) a decline in capital costs (solar modules and other balance of plant), (ii) an increase in efficiency, (iii) a shift towards large solar photovoltaic projects leading to the economies of scale and (iv) lower return expectations by developers.

 

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According to the International Renewable Energy Agency, solar photovoltaic prices have fallen nearly 80% since 2008. Additionally, solar module efficiency has witnessed an annual increase of 3.5%-4.5%.

This may be welcome news, but there are dark clouds that have begun looming large.

Last fortnight, founder, Masayoshi Son, decided to demand a change in India’s solar power policies. He plans to produce 20 gigawatts (GW) of solar energy in India!

But aware of how state government power distribution companies (discoms) — which are mandated to purchase solar power — do not pay on time, he has asked the central government to counter-guarantee payments that state discoms have committed themselves to. The last time a sovereign guarantee was granted to anyone was Enron. Obviously, the current government would not want to do something that has become repugnant to policymakers by now.

Clearly, some kind of escrow arrangement which allows power producers — who have power purchase agreements (PPAs) with state discoms — the first right to draw such funds needs to be put into place. No investor would like to commit himself to investment worth several billion dollars, where the biggest (at times only) purchasers are state discoms. After all, many such discoms have terrible balance sheets, and do not enjoy a good reputation when it comes to meeting their payment obligations.

The other dark cloud is the poor focus the government has given to rooftop generation of solar power (http://dnai.in/cyyp). The concept isn’t new. Israel began doing so since the 1970s — it is mandatory for each newly constructed house to have rooftop solar facilities.

India, with its huge population, has more rooftops than most countries. Obviously, using rooftops in India would make immense sense, because it would benefit many. Its citizens, who allow such facilities on the top of their hoses, would earn some money. It would also reduce the pressure on land acquisition. Most importantly, rooftop solar would also help create huge employment opportunities. Remember, Germany currently employs more people in the solar industry than in the automobile sector.

But then the Indian government has not yet come up with attractive policies to encourage rooftop solar power generation. It needs to announce better financing (priority sector lending, interest rate subvention), improve availability and cost of debt financing, and offer a wide range of net-metering policies.

True, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and Gujarat are the leading states with close to 30% share (>100 MW) of total rooftop capacity. But it is nothing compared to the 2.7 GW of solar power facilities already installed, or the 40 GW of power being planned. Today, more rooftop solar power is being planned in countries that have fewer houses — Australia where, in 2014, a rooftop solar system got added every 2.8 minutes; Germany which already had 8.5 GW mark in 2015 and has almost achieved grid parity; and Israel.

Unless these issues are addressed, the progress of solar power will be patchy. More worrying, the long-term consequences of ignoring these issues could be very, very painful.

 

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According to local media, Cochin International Airport in the state of Kerela is the first airport that will be exclusively powered by PV. The new 12 MW solar project will be officially inaugurated today by Kerela’s Chief Minister Oommen Chandy.

The Cochin Airport started its venture into solar PV with a 100kW rooftop installation.

The Cochin International Airport, situated in the southern Indian state of Kerela, has a 12 MW solar plant on its premises. Combined with the existing PV plants already up and running, the plant, installed by CIAL (Cochin International Airport Limited), will meet the daily electricity needs of the airport at present, generating 50,000 to 60,000 kWh per day.

CIAL already ventured into solar PV with a 100 kW PV installation on the roof of its arrival terminal block in March last year. This was installed by Solar company and is a grid-connected system. CIAL then installed a 1 MW PV plant partly on the rooftop and partly on ground at the Aircraft Maintenance Hangar facility. This installation was developed by Emmvee.

The new 12 MW PV plant has been developed by Bosch near the airport’s cargo complex on a 45-acre plot of land. The more than 46,000 PV modules were supplied by Renesola and inverters by ABB India. The total cost, according to The Economic Times of India, is thought to be around US$9.54 million. The project was developed in six months and the electricity produced will be fed into the Kerela State Electricity Board’s power grid. The airport will then buy the power equivalent from the utility

 

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NorthEast : Six solar cities to be developed

Guwahati and five other cities in the northeast will be developed as solar cities to reduce dependency on conventional energy, a top official has said.

Six cities – Guwahati and Jorhat in Assam, Kohima and Dimapur in Nagaland, Itanagar in Arunachal Pradesh and Agartala in Tripura – will be developed under the Development of Solar Cities Programme of the union ministry of new and renewable energy (MNRE), the official of the Tripura’s urban development department said.

“To reduce dependency on conventional energy, the Tripura government has already launched an ambitious plan to make Agartala a solar city by initially replacing 10 percent of the power use by solar energy.

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Gradually, the number of street lights and other lights at important locations would be replaced by solar lights and Agartala city would become the first solar city in the northeast region in the next few years

“Solar power is a sustainable and viable source of energy. The electricity crisis cannot be solved unless we use non-conventional energy such as solar power in a big way,” .

As part of the project, solar hot water systems would be installed in all hotels, nursing homes, school hostels, government circuit houses and bungalows, hospitals and health centres, tourist lodges, temples and the governor`s residence.

“Theft of batteries and solar panels is a major problem the authorities face in implementing the solar electrification programme,” said another official of Tripura’s science, technology and environment department.
Elsewhere, 70 percent of the cost would be borne by the central government and 30 percent by the state authorities concerned .

“To popularise solar energy, lakhs of specially-designed ‘solar caps’ and ‘solar torches’ would be distributed among rickshaw pullers and students in the state,

The Tripura government has also initiated a move to illuminate Agartala through LEDs, replacing sodium vapour and other lamps to save energy by over 40 percent.
EESL would bear the entire Rs.20 crore cost of the project to install 35,000 LED lights. After completion of the work within the next few months, over 40 percent of electricity would be saved.

The EESL, a joint venture of union power ministry PSUs, carries out and promotes the business of energy efficiency, including manufacture and supply of energy efficient services and products and implements energy efficient projects.

Agartala will be the second city in eastern India after Kolkata to install LED street lights. So far, only Hyderabad and Vijayawada have LED lighting systems.

With a population of around 500,000, the AMC is northeast India’s oldest municipal body. The Agartala Municipal Council was turned into municipal corporation last year.

Agartala is the second largest city in northeast India after Guwahati.

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