India currently faces a huge challenge in sufficing the power demand across the nation. There is an undeniable reality that seems to be a larger challenge to the power sector, owing to the scarcity of conventional power. The ideal way out is to take control and opt a viable solution to secure this unbalanced situation by utilizing the natural resources.
To make a significant and lasting contribution to the environment through renewable infrastructure development.
Wind and Solar being the most relied avenues in the renewable sector, our future is bright. We are in the process of venturing into other Green sources like Biomass, Biogas and Municipal Solid Waste across the globe.
In India, the emergence of Wind power dates back to early 80's. The industry started gaining momentum at the start of this millennium with the introduction of various financial benefits from the Government, translating into business interest for Independent Power Producers (IPPs) and Global Wind Turbine Manufacturers.
In 2010, Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission was introduced, allowing international players to enter the Indian market. Inception of national and several state policies acted as the catalyst and resulted in an installed capacity of 1.7 GW.