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INDIA Delta retains No.1 position in grid tied inverters in the Indian market Delta has announced that according to a recent report, it has been listed as the top grid tied solar inverter supplier in India in the rooftop segment for the period from January 1 to October 1, 2015 with a total market share of 22.7%. No. 2 was listed as SMA with 18.1% (with both grid tied and off-grid inverters combined) and No. 3 was Su-Kam with 7.6% market share. This was the second year in a row that Delta was listed in the No. 1 position for grid tied inverters in the Indian market. The total installed capacity of rooftop solar systems in India for the stated period is 525 MW and the Delta share until October 1 is listed as 120 MW. There are several reasons for Delta’s remarkable success in the Indian solar inverter market: Delta Group has had a long term presence in India with a widespread channel partner network and presence across all major cities. The Delta India Solar inverter team has service engineers and warehouse locations across India through which they can offer timely support to solar customers. Apart from post-sales support the solar inverter team also offers customers pre-sales and applications engineering support. The application engineering team can offer solutions for complex customer issues and tailor made solutions such as reverse power flow protection, fuel-saving controllers for diesel generators and customized SCADA & monitoring solutions. Delta offers the right products for both local and remote monitoring which makes for the right product, price and performance for a PV plant. Delta has ready stocks of inverters across warehouses because of which delivery time has never remained a challenge for us. Delta puts in extra effort towards key account management to accommodate different requirements across customers. The Vice President of Delta’s Solar Inverter Division, Mr. Niranjan Nayak stated, “We are extremely happy to retain the No. 1 position for string inverters in India for the second consecutive year in a row and this reaffirms our customer’s faith in Team Delta having the right approach from products, pricing to postsales customer support activities.” Solar Power Capacity Crosses Milestone of 5,000 MW in India The Ministry of New & Renewable Energy has announced that the installed capacity of solar power in India crossed the milestone of 5,000 MW. The cumulative installed capacity has reached to 5,130 MW with installed capacity of 1385 MW in current FY. The statewise break-up of 5,130 MW is given in the Table below. The state of Rajasthan stands 1st in the country with 1264 MW, followed by Gujarat (1024MW), Madhya Pradesh (679 MW), Tamil Nadu (419 MW), Maharashtra (379 MW) and Andhra Pradesh (357 MW). The Government has set the ambitious target of generating 100 GW of solar power by the year 2021-22 under the National Solar Mission. It is envisaged to generate 60 GW ground mounted grid-connected solar power and 40 GW through roof-top grid interactive solar power to fulfil the 100 GW of solar power. The Ministry has also fixed year-wise targets to monitor the solar power generation in the country. The target for the current year is 2,000 MW and next year target is 12,000 MW. The Ministry is putting all efforts through various schemes of Central Government and State Governments to achieve the targets. It has been planned that around 18,000 MW tender should be out by 31st March, 2016. To achieve above stated objective, the Ministry of New & Renewable Energy has initiated several projects like Scheme for Development of Solar Parks and Ultra Mega Solar Power Projects; Scheme for Development of Solar PV Power Plants on Canal Banks/ Canal Tops; Scheme for setting up 300 MW of Grid connected Solar PV Power Projects by Defense Establishments under Ministry of Defense and Para Military Forces with viability Gap Funding; Scheme of setting up 1000 MW of Grid- Connected Solar PV Power Projects by CPSUs with Viability Gap Funding ; Scheme for Setting up of 15000 MW of Grid connected to achieve this target. Solar PV Power Projects by NTPC/ NVVN; setting up of 2000 MW Grid connected solar power with Viability Gap Funding through Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI). This apart, an ambitious scheme has been launched by the Ministry for roof-top solar installation. Various state governments are coming up with solar power projects under their own policies. Sr. No. State/UT Total commissioned capacity till 14-01-16 (MW) 1 Andhra Pradesh 357.34 2 Arunachal Pradesh 0.265 3 Chhattisgarh 73.18 4 Gujarat 1024.15 5 Haryana 12.8 6 Jharkhand 16 7 Karnataka 104.22 8 Kerala 12.025 9 Madhya Pradesh 678.58 10 Maharashtra 378.7 11 Odisha 66.92 12 Punjab 200.32 13 Rajasthan 1264.35 14 Tamil Nadu 418.945 15 Telangana 342.39 16 Tripura 5 17 Uttar Pradesh 140 18 Uttarakhand 5 19 West Bengal 7.21 20 Andaman & Nicobar 5.1 21 Delhi 6.712 22 Lakshadweep 0.75 23 Pondicherry 0.025 24 Chandigarh 5.041 25 Daman & Diu 4 26 Others 0.79 Total 5129.813 energetica INDIA · JAN | FEB16 13


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