India added 12.8GW of solar PV in the FY2023, an 8% decrease year-on-year according to JMK Research. 2022 saw the country experience significant module shortages as it strains to build out its domestic manufacturing profile and lessen its dependence on imports from the east.
India needs to issue more renewable energy tenders if it is to meet the government’s target of 450GW of installed capacity by 2030, as the changing preferences of distribution companies have seen less uptake and states have been inconsistent in fulfilling purchase obligations.
Solar energy accounted for over 5% of the total electricity generation in the US in the first 10 months of 2022 as solar output increased 26.23% year-to-date (YTD), according to data released by the US Energy Information Administration.
The southeast Asian state's "relatively favourable investment environment," its thriving domestic solar manufacturing industry and "low political, economic and operating risks" will spur solar development, according to Fitch.