Outlining India’s long-term demand potential: balancing domestic & overseas cell/module supply & production levels
- During the past few years, India has relied heavily upon imported cells and modules from China, Taiwan and Southeast Asia. This has been essential to allow deployment levels to grow at the 10GW per-annum level. However, as increased domestic production comes online in the next 3-5 years, what role will overseas suppliers play and what market-share will be available to them?
- This session will reveal the available market sizes on offer for overseas/domestic suppliers of wafers, cells, modules and BoS components such as inverters and mounting systems.
- Companies expected to be market-leaders in each of the above value-chain segments will be speaking during this session, explaining also which new technologies are likely to be introduced to the Indian market during this period.