Malaviya Solar Energy Consultancy

  • Source: Jaideep Malaviya

    India: Flat plates up, concentrating technologies down

    In 2017, India’s solar thermal market shifted heavily in favour of flat plate collectors, with systems based on concentrating technologies losing ground. The chart shows the annually installed flat plate collector area to have more than doubled last year compared to 2016. It went from 150,...
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  • India Market Development

    India: Growing Demand for Vacuum Tube Technology

    The Indian market has started to show signs of recovery in the previous financial year from April 2015 to March 2016. A survey carried out by Indian consultant Jaideep Malaviya found the newly installed collector area to have reached a total of 1.55 million m² (1.085 MWth). The...
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  • India: Sales Volume in 2013/2014 Far Below Expectations

    India: Sales Volume in 2013/2014 Far Below Expectations

    The collector area sold in India during financial year April 2013 to March 2014 was obviously far below expectations: The relevant 65 channel partners achieved sales of 0.85 million m² collector area in these 12 months, almost half of what the companies had planned and reported to...
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  • India: Drop Vacuum Tube Collector Subsidy?

    India: Drop Vacuum Tube Collector Subsidy?

    To protect local solar photovoltaic manufacturers, the Indian government has made it mandatory in its National Solar Mission to use locally made cells and modules. There is no such rule for the solar thermal sector, in which the state subsidises 30 to 60 % of the price of a solar water...

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  • India: Federal Subsidy Scheme Is High Financial Burden for Channel Partners

    India: Federal Subsidy Scheme Is High Financial Burden for Channel Partners

    There are always two sides to each story: On the one hand, the 30 % investment subsidy scheme has brought most solar thermal system suppliers enormous growth rates since it was implemented by India’s federal government in June 2010. The chart above shows the results from a survey...

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