CRISIL Backs 3-Wheelers, Two Wheelers to Lead EV Charge

By 2024, as much as 43-48 percent of new 3-wheelers and 12-17 percent of new 2-wheelers sold in India will be electric vehicles, a study by CRISIL has shown A view that we have repeatedly pointed out as an unfolding reality has been confirmed by CRISIL too. The leading research firm  has predicted that by […]

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CRISIL Report on Getting Charged

By 2024, as much as 43-48 percent of new 3-wheelers (excluding e-rickshaws), and 12-17 percent of new two-wheelers sold in India will be electric vehicles (EVs), a study by CRISIL Research has shown. But traction may be low for 4-wheelers, with only 5 percent of new sales likely to be EVs. The study looked at […]

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CRISIL Report on REturn to Uncertainty

India’s installed capacity in renewable energy (RE) could increase by just 40 GW to 104 GW by fiscal 2022 from 64.4 GW in fiscal 2019, because of enduring policy uncertainty and tariff glitches. That would be a good 42 percent short of the government’s target of 175 GW. The sector has witnessed a material waning […]

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58/100. India’s Likely Target Achievement on renewables in 2022

A Crisil Note just predicted a shortfall of 42% on India’s renewable energy targets. However, don’t expect the government to react with much activity to this. For, besides election to two states that are coming up, it is becoming increasingly clear that the central government’s hands are  tied , when it comes to sustaining the […]

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Indian Solar Sector Contracts in 2018-19

The Indian Solar sector saw only 6,529 MW addition during the last financial year while Wind energy Sector too recorded a slump in growth. According to the data supplied by the Central Electricity Authority, 2018-19 saw fresh capacity additions to a paltry 6,529 MW as against 9,010 MW in the previous year. The figures show […]

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Rupee fall puts Rs 28,000 crore solar projects at risk

With safeguard duty, this can crank up tariffs by 30 paise/unit for future projects Nearly half of the solar power capacities under implementation worth ~Rs 28,000 crore face viability risk because of the continuous fall in the rupee, which has made imported solar modules costlier and increased the cost of setting up solar plants. These […]

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India Far from 100GW Solar Power Target: CRISIL

The agency also stated in the report that with best possibilities the country would be able to attain 78 to 80 GW of solar power by the end of 2022 up from the current installed capacity of 21.65 GW. Impacting the solar sentiments of India, ratings and research agency, Credit Rating Information Services of India (CRISIL) has asserted that India […]

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