The European Photovoltaic Industry Association (EPIA) estimates that by the year 2030, PV systems could be generating approximately 260 GWp of electricity around the world. With the current phase of growth and support, the Indian solar could emerge as the fourth largest generator of solar energy in the world after, Germany, China, and Japan, says a recent news items.
To accomplish these goals, the India government has instituted programs on both the demand and supply side for solar industry. On the supply side, last year the India cabinet approved incentives to attract foreign investment to the semiconductor sector, including manufacturers of semiconductors, displays and solar technologies.
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