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India is said to be one of the seven largest consumers of energy, but the growing gap between consumption and domestic output is a cause of concern. India’s share in global oil reserves is about 0.5 per cent, whereas its share in global consumption is about 3 per cent. India is still dependent to the extent of 30 to 35 per cent on non-commercial fuel sources like cowdung, firewood, agricultural waste, etc. The growing energy needs of the emerging economics, specifically India, risks enhanced environmental demage from conventional carbon based sources of energy. The pressure on petrol is mounting and we have to concentrate on conservation of petroleum. Towards conservation of petroleum consumption, the government has to ration supplies of cooking gas, kerosene and petrol; improve power generation; focus on alternative source of energy such as solar, wind and bio-fuels; setup energy standards for all vehicles and a mass awareness for conservation. As the country’s petroleum bill grows, and future supplies look volatile or insecure, alternatives need to be explored. Ethanol is an environment-friendly oxidant additive to gasoline. There is a growing interest in biodiesel or ethanol blend. Energy majors are determined to tap biofuels. Special attention is being paid to jatropha cultivation. The corporate sector too is focusing on the biofuels sector. It is estimated that globally about one million hectares would cater to biofuels over the next four years, with an estimated 300,000 hectares contributing each year to biofuels in South East Asia, India and Southern African countries. India will itself produce 2 million tones of biodiesel by 2012.

Power and Energy sector is in a positive mood and is leaving no missed opportunity to make hay of it, while the sun shines. India has set up a target of 20000 MW of installed capacity by 2022 for harnessing solar energy. It is leaving no stone unturned to become a solar hub in the world. With such earnest efforts, India’s mission to tap solar energy is not a pipe dream.

Renewable Energy technologies like solar, biomass, hydro, etc are deployed both in rural and urban areas to curb the growing gap between the demand and supply of power, which is due to increase in the per capita energy consumption and importantly, the much hyped climate change concerns. At 10464 MW, India presently ranks fifth in the world in wind power generations. The future of solar photovoltaic development in India seems to be very bright. India’s solar mission envisages the promotion of solar energy to harness and distribute environment-friendly power, available with high scalability, for sustainable economic growth by empowering national energy security.

Indian clean development mechanism projects broadly cover a range of sectors viz power generation from renewable energy, particularly wind and hydro power, biomass applications, waste heat and energy recycling. Accelerated growth is expected in renewable energy sector, particularly wind energy sector, solar energy sector, biofuels sector .etc with favourable conditions in terms of potential, technical support facilities, policy framework and regulatory environment, robust manufacturing base, and investors confidence in the country.



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Solar Panel

Solar panel refers either to a photovoltaic module, a solar thermal energy panel, or to a set of solar photovoltaic (PV) modules electrically connected and mounted on a supporting structure. A PV module is a packaged, connected assembly of solar cells. Solar panels can be used as a component of a larger photovoltaic system to generate and supply electricity in commercial and residential applications. Each module is rated by its DC output power under standard test conditions (STC), and typically ranges from 100 to 320 watts. The efficiency of a module determines the area of a module given the same rated output - an 8% efficient 230 watt module will have twice the area of a 16% efficient 230 watt module. The technology behind solar is relatively old, despite their futuristic appeal, but while the basics are the same the efficiency of solar panels has improved greatly in recent years. It’s worth noting that solar panel suppliers often have two types of solar panels on offer: thermal panels and photovoltaic (PV) panels. The former are used only to heat water. The electricity produced by solar panels will be used to power any appliances currently in use within home. Any electricity which is not used will be sent to the grid. India has abundant solar resources, as it receives about 3000 hours of sunshine every year, equivalent to over 5,000 trillion kWh. India can easily utilize the solar energy. Today the Government is encouraging generation of electricity from various renewable energy sources such as wind, solar, small hydro, biomass by giving various fiscal & financial incentives. This apart, the state governments are procuring electricity from renewable energy projects at preferential tariff. Multiple solar cells in an integrated group, all oriented in one plane, constitute a solar photovoltaic panel or solar photovoltaic module. Photovoltaic modules often have a sheet of glass on the sun-facing side, allowing light to pass while protecting the semiconductor wafers. Solar cells are usually connected in series in modules, creating an additive voltage. Connecting cells in parallel yields a higher current; however, problems such as shadow effects can shut down the weaker (less illuminated) parallel string (a number of series connected cells) causing substantial power loss and possible damage because of the reverse bias applied to the shadowed cells by their illuminated partners. Solar panels can be used to generate a portion of home’s power in order to reduce dependency on traditional power sources. For instance, install panels to provide electricity just for appliances or lighting, to reduce dependency on the utility company, as well as lower bill. Solar modules use light energy (photons) from the sun to generate electricity through the photovoltaic effect. The majority of modules use wafer-based crystalline silicon cells or thin-film cells based on cadmium telluride or silicon. The structural (load carrying) member of a module can either be the top layer or the back layer. Cells must also be protected from mechanical damage and moisture. The solar contribution stood at 5.44% as of 2018. Major factors driving the market studied are the declining cost of the solar module and the government policies like allowing 100% FDI under automatic route for renewable power generation and distribution projects which is expected to increase the participation from global players into the Indian market. With government promoting the solar installation in rural area by providing subsidized solar panels and other incentive, the solar PV installation is ought to increase during the forecast period and is expected to drive the market. So far, only five CSP projects, namely, ACME solar tower (2.5 MW), Dhursar (125 MW), Godawari solar project (50 MW), Megha solar plant (50 MW), and national solar thermal power facility (1 MW) have started operations in India. Owing to factors, such as, huge capital expenditure, difficulty in securing land and water, and insufficient DNI data, other projects have been delayed. India solar power products market is projected to grow at a CAGR of more than 11% to surpass $ 7.6 billion by 2024 on the back of increasingly stringent policy and regulatory framework and rising environmental concerns. The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy has set a target of 100 GW of solar power generation capacity by 2022. To achieve the target, government has taken several initiatives in the form of offering subsidies, financial assistance, and incentives to manufacturers, power producers and even customers. The global solar panel market volume reached 155.5 GW in 2019. A solar panel, also known as a PV panel, is a collection of solar (or photovoltaic) cells that employ natural sunlight to generate electricity. It is made of several solar cells, manufactured using silicon, boron, and phosphorus, which are arranged in a grid-like pattern on the surface. The utilization of solar panels has increased across the globe as they do not lead to any form of pollution and their installation helps in combating the harmful emissions of greenhouse gases. Also, innovations in quantum physics and nanotechnology are projected to increase their effectiveness potentially. They are superior to conventional solar panels in terms of efficiency and cost-effectiveness. They can also be integrated into almost any surface, which will further boost their applicability across various sectors. On account of these factors, the market to sustain positive growth over the forecast period (2020-2025). As a whole there is a good scope for new entrepreneur to invest in this business. Few Indian Major Players • Dhursar Solar Power Pvt. Ltd. • Divine Solren Pvt. Ltd. • Ind Renewable Energy Ltd. • Indira Power Pvt. Ltd. • Janardan Wind Energy Pvt. Ltd. • Kiran Solar One Pvt. Ltd. • Laxmi Agroenergy Pvt. Ltd.
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Return: 28.00%Break even: 48.00%
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Investment Opportunities & Business Ideas of Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Cell. Solar power in India is a fast developing industry.

Introduction: A solar cell, also known as a photovoltaic cell, is an electrical system that uses the photovoltaic effect, a physical and chemical phenomenon, to transform light energy directly into electricity. It's a type of photoelectric cell, which is characterized as a device with electrical characteristics that change when exposed to light, such as current, voltage, or resistance. Individual solar cell devices are often used as the electrical components of photovoltaic modules, also known as solar panels. Related Projects: Renewable Energy Sector, Green Power, Solar Energy, Biofuel, Hydroelectric, Wind, Geothermal, Biomass, Non-conventional Energy, New and Renewable Energy Projects The maximum open-circuit voltage of a typical single junction silicon solar cell is about 0.5 to 0.6 volts. A solar cell, also known as a photovoltaic cell, is an electrical system that uses the photovoltaic effect, a physical and chemical phenomenon, to transform light energy directly into electricity. It's a type of photoelectric cell, which is characterized as a device with electrical characteristics that change when exposed to light, such as current, voltage, or resistance. Individual solar cell systems may be combined to create a larger system. Uses of Solar Photovoltaic Cell: In situations where photovoltaic cells are more cost-effective than other power generation methods, they are used to generate electricity. They are occasionally used as photo detectors. A photovoltaic (PV) cell is an energy harvesting technology that uses the photovoltaic effect to transform solar energy into usable electricity. Books: - BOOKS & DATABASES PV cells come in a variety of shapes and sizes, but they all depend on semiconductors to communicate with photons from the Sun to produce an electric current. Solar cells were quickly used to power space satellites as well as smaller devices like calculators and watches. Solar-generated electricity is now cost-competitive in many areas, and photovoltaic systems are being installed at an increasing rate. Manufacturing Process: From raw quartz to solar cells, a series of steps are involved, beginning with the recovery and purification of silicon, then slicing it into usable discs – silicon wafers – that are then transformed into ready-to-assemble solar cells. Quality control is critical in the manufacture of solar cells because inconsistencies in the many processes and factors will reduce the overall performance of the cells. The main aim of the study is to figure out how to increase the performance of each solar cell over time. Related Videos: Renewable Energy Sector, Green Power, Solar Energy, Biofuel, Hydroelectric, Wind, Non-conventional Energy, New and Renewable Energy Pure silicon, which is not pure in its natural form, is the basic component of a solar cell. Silicon dioxides such as quartzite grit (the purest silica) or crushed quartz are used to make pure silicon. To make a semiconductor capable of conducting electricity, the resulting pure silicon is doped (treated) with phosphorous and boron to create an excess of electrons and a deficiency of electrons, respectively. The gleaming silicon discs necessitate an anti-reflective coating, which is typically titanium dioxide. Market Outlook: Solar photovoltaic (PV) installed capacity is projected to rise at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of more than 8.5 percent, reaching nearly 4.4 GW by 2026, up from 2.7 GW in 2019. The declining cost of solar PV and associated systems is a major driver of the global solar PV industry. Profile- Project Reports & Profiles In comparison to 2010, solar PV module prices have dropped by nearly 73 percent in 2019. Due to rising disposable incomes and the global economy's rapid development, the global solar photovoltaic (PV) panels market offers a variety of opportunities to market participants. Furthermore, utility-scale solar photovoltaic (PV) is in high demand due to improving solar photovoltaic (PV) cost competitiveness and the electricity demand. According to a study, solar photovoltaic installed capacity surpassed 12 GW in 2016-17. So far, the Southern area of India has dominated major solar installations. In the last four years, the Indian solar photovoltaic market has seen tremendous growth in terms of new capacity addition. The market is governed by large domestic and foreign project developers, with government involvement when required. With the government's increased emphasis on developing the renewable energy sector, India's solar photovoltaic market has already taken off, with the aim of reaching 100 GW of solar power generation capacity by 2022. Indian Government policy on Solar Energy: Solar energy is a rapidly growing industry in India. As of November 30, 2020, the country's solar installed capacity was 36.9 GW. The Indian government set a target of 20 gigawatts of power for 2022, which was met four years ahead of time. Market Research: - Market Research Report The goal was increased in 2015 to 100 GW of solar energy by 2022 (including 40 GW from rooftop solar), with a target investment of $100 billion. Nearly 42 solar parks have been developed in India to provide land to solar plant developers. India proposed the International Solar Alliance (ISA) as a founding member, and it is headquartered in India. To harness abundant solar power on a global scale, India has proposed the concepts of "One Sun, One World, One Grid" and "World Solar Bank." Key Player: • Suntech Power Holding Co. Ltd. • Sun Power Corporation • First Solar Inc. • Yingli Green Energy Holding Co. Ltd. • Canadian Solar Inc. • Schott Solar Ag. • Sharp Corporation • Solar World Ag • Jinko Solar Holding Company Ltd • Trina Solar Ltd For More Detail:
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Start a Manufacturing Unit of Solar Panel. The Renewable-Energy Business is Expected to Keep High Growth.

Solar panels are solar panels that capture the sun's rays and convert them to power or heat. Solar panels are made up of solar (or photovoltaic) cells that can be used to generate power via the photovoltaic effect. On the surface of solar panels, these cells are organized in a grid-like arrangement. As a result, it can alternatively be described as a collection of photovoltaic modules put on a supporting framework. A photovoltaic (PV) module is a 610 solar cell packaged and linked assembly. Because solar panels are made up of microscopic photovoltaic cells that are linked together, PV stands for "photovoltaic." Semiconducting material is used to make PV cells. — With silicone being the most popular. PV cells are typically small, but when combined to make solar panels and arrays, they can be extremely efficient. Related Projects: Renewable Energy Sector, Green Power, Solar Energy, Biofuel, Hydroelectric, Wind, Geothermal, Biomass, Non-conventional Energy, New and Renewable Energy Projects An electric field is formed when the sun shines on the cells. Electric energy is produced in proportion to the strength of the sun. Despite this, the cells do not require direct sunlight to function and may create electricity. PV panels can be divided into three categories: household solar pv panels, commercial solar pv panels, and industrial solar pv panels. 1. PV panels using monocrystalline crystals 2. PV panels made of polycrystalline crystals 3. Thin-film photovoltaic panels Uses of Solar Panel: Solar panels (also known as "PV panels") convert sunlight, which is made up of energy-bearing particles known as "photons," into electricity that may be utilized to power electrical loads. Solar panels can be used for a variety of purposes, including remote power systems for cabins, as well as a range of other things. Telecommunications equipment, remote sensing, and, of course, the production of electricity by solar electric systems for personal and commercial use. Photovoltaic modules employ the photovoltaic effect to create electricity from light energy (photons) from the Sun. Wafer-based crystalline silicon cells or thin-film cells are used in the majority of modules. Related Videos: Renewable Energy Sector, Green Power, Solar Energy, Biofuel, Hydroelectric, Wind, Non-conventional Energy, New and Renewable Energy The top layer or the back layer of a module can be the structural (load-bearing) member. Mechanical and moisture damage to cells must be avoided. The majority of modules are rigid, but thin-film cells-based semi-flexible modules are also available. Photovoltaic panels It is possible to generate electricity. This procedure can be carried out on a small or large scale. When it comes to powering your home, a domestic solar power system can help. Solar panels are used to give electricity to the people on a large scale. Engineers in this example erect a big solar array to create a solar power station. Manufacturing Process: 1. Cell Cutting: Cells are carved out using a laser cutting machine. The size of a cell is governed by the wattage that the panels require. This step is avoided for modules with a full cell size. 2. Stringing Procedure: The stringing process is totally automated. The upper (Blue/Black) Sun-facing side is negative, whereas the lower (White) side is positive. 3. Solar Glass: After the cells are strung together, the machine transfers them to tempered glass with an ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA) encapsulation layer. 4. Visual Inspection: A technician examines the cells for any faults or errors in the strings. 5. Taping: A technician tapes the cells into a matrix alignment during taping. 6. Soldering: After that, the connections are soldered together. Any extra material is removed. 7. Insulate Module Connections: The next step is to use a back sheet and EVA encapsulation to insulate the connections. This procedure safeguards the module against dust and moisture. 8. Mirror Inspection: The module is visually inspected once more for dust particles, color mismatches, and other issues. 9. EI Testing: EI Testing, also known as Electroluminescence Testing, is the actual testing of the module. It's a kind of scanning technique in which the module is scanned in an EI machine. Profile- Project Reports & Profiles 10. Lamination: The module is laminated at a temperature of 140 degrees Celsius. This procedure takes about 20 minutes. After lamination, the modules are allowed to cool for 10-15 minutes until they reach room temperature. 11. Trimming the Back Sheet: To manufacture correctly shaped modules, this step entails cutting off the surplus material from the back sheet. 12. Frame Cutting: Frames of various widths are carved out for bordering the panels in this stage. 13. Punching Holes in the Frames: Holes are punched in the frames for mounting and grounding the panels. 14. Filling/Framing with Sealant: A sealant protects the panels from air, dust, and moisture while also assisting the module's secure attachment to the frame. After the frame has been mounted to the module, it is sent back to the framing machine to be punched to ensure that it is permanently attached to the frame. 15. Attaching the Junction Box: A junction box is fastened to the module using sealant to keep it firmly in place. The connections are then soldered and let to cure for 10-12 hours, ensuring that the structures are completely dry and correctly bonded. 16. Wipe Outside the Module: The module is wiped outside to remove any dust, foreign particles, or excess sealant. 17. Module Testing: The module is attached in order to examine the output current, voltage, and power, among other things. For each module's output data, a report is generated. For the benefit of the users, a black label (with full details) is pasted behind the module. 18. Packing: This is the last phase in the module production process, after Final Quality Assurance (FQA), when the modules are safely packed into huge boxes for shipping and storage. Market Outlook: The global market for solar PV panels was estimated at USD 115.2 billion in 2019, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.3 percent expected from 2020 to 2027. Increased environmental degradation and government incentives and tax refunds to install solar panels are driving the growth of the solar energy business. Furthermore, the reduced water footprint of solar energy systems has boosted their demand in the power generation sector. The market for solar cells has grown significantly as a result of an increase in rooftop installations, followed by an increase in architectural applications. Books: - BOOKS & DATABASES The solar panel market will be driven by rising electricity prices combined with lower-cost solar panels. Rising demand for solar panels in the residential rooftop solar industry, as well as cheap prices for polysilicon and silver used in solar cell manufacture, will help the market accelerate in the coming years. Furthermore, the falling cost of solar panels has prompted governments in a number of countries to take more initiatives and provide subsidies, which is projected to aid the growth of the residential solar panel market. Renewable Energy Industry in India: In the early 1980s, India became the first country in the world to establish a ministry of non-conventional energy resources (Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE)), and the Solar Energy Corporation of India, one of its public sector organizations, is responsible for the development of the solar energy industry in India. India is one of the countries that produces a significant amount of renewable energy. As of November 27, 2020, renewable energy sources account for 38% of India's installed electricity producing capacity (136 GW out of 373 GW). India's renewable energy business is the world's fourth most appealing renewable energy market. Market Research: - Market Research Report India came in fifth place in wind power, fifth place in solar power, and fourth place in renewable energy. This is the world's greatest renewable energy expansion strategy. Renewable power generation capacity has grown at a rapid pace in recent years, with a CAGR of 17.33% from FY16 to FY20. The sector has grown more appealing to investors as a result of increasing government assistance and improved economics. The country has set a lofty goal of achieving 175 GW of renewable energy capacity by the end of 2022, with the goal of increasing to 450 GW by 2030. Renewable energy will play an essential part as India attempts to fulfill its own energy demand, which is anticipated to reach 15,820 TWh by 2040. Key Players: 1. A M P L Cleantech Pvt. Ltd. 2. Aatash Power Pvt. Ltd. 3. Brightsolar Renewable Energy Pvt. Ltd. 4. Cial Infrastructures Ltd. 5. Cleansolar Renewable Energy Pvt. Ltd. 6. Dhursar Solar Power Pvt. Ltd. 7. Divine Solren Pvt. Ltd. 8. Ind Renewable Energy Ltd. 9. Indira Power Pvt. 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