Diesel generators have been a widely used solution for the power deficit in India, with an estimated 13.5 GW of installed captive power plant capacity. The ever increasing cost of diesel fuel, the phasing out of diesel subsidy, and environmental impact from diesel exhaust has caused heavy diesel consumers to explore renewable energy, particularly solar PV, as a substitute for diesel.
This whitepaper explores substituting diesel with solar, analysing the challenges in implementing such a solution as well as the returns possible.
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The Whitepaper can be downloaded here: Diesel to Solar – Motives and Means