Areva Solar’s exit - Is CSP bankable in India?


Source: FCBI Energy

Areva’s exit from the CSP industry has left us wondering about the outcome of the $415-million Areva-Reliance project in Rajasthan. However, with the industry moving on from Phase I of the National Solar Mission, it’s important to understand the bankability of CSP in India, for the Phase II projects that are soon to be announced.

At INDIASOL 2014, you will hear the forward thinking plans of CSP’s bankability in India from:

  • The key government entities driving CSP in India such as MNRE, SECI, NTPC and their plans to implement CSP on a larger scale with pilot projects and phase II allocations 
  • The regional policy makers such as Punjab Energy Development Agency, Karnataka Energy Development Agency, Uttar Pradesh Energy Development Agency, Gujuarat Energy Development Agency on their plans to announce CSP tenders  
  • The CSP developers with utility scale projects in operation and under development in India such as Godawari Green Energy, Cargo Power, Megha Engineering Limited and Abengoa Solar India

Don’t miss the opportunity to get the key lessons learnt from India’s CSP experts to ensure your future project is bankable.

To learn how to make your CSP project bankable, register for INDIASOL 2014 here.

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