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TERI Bhuvan

Year

Solar  capacity addition (MW)

Solar PV capacity addition

Capital cost for SPV (per MW)

Total debt amount for SPV2

Solar thermal capacity addition (MW)

Capital cost for Solar thermal1 (per MW)

Total debt amount for solar thermal2

Total debt amount

 

 

 

(Rs in Lakhs)

(Rs in Lakhs)

Rs in Lakhs)

2010/11

200

100

16.9

1183

100

15.3

1071

2254

2011/12

300

150

15.72

1650.29

150

14.23

1494.05

3144.33

2012/13

500

250

14.62.

2557.94

250

13.23

2315.77

4873.71

2013/14

1500

750

13.59

7136.66

750

12.31

6461

13597.66

2014/15

2000

1000

12.64

8849.46

1000

11.45

8011.64

16861.09

2015/16

2500

1250

11.76

10287.49

1250

10.64

9313.53

19601.02

2016/17

3000

1500

10.93

11480.84

1500

9.9

10393.9

21874.74

2017/18

2000

1000

10.17

7118.12

1000

9.21

6444.22

13562.34

2018/19

2000

1000

9.46

6619.85

1000

8.56

5993.12

12612.97

2019/20

2000

1000

8.79

6156.46

1000

7.96

5573.6

11730.07

2020/21

2000

1000

8.18

5725.51

1000

7.4

5183.45

10908.96

2021/22

2000

1000

7.61

5324.72

1000

6.89

4820.61

10145.33

Total

20000

10000

 

74090.34

10000

 

67075.87

 

141166.2

1. SPV and solar thermal cost as specified by CERC, assumed to decrease 7% annually
2. SPV and solar thermal power projects are considered as 70% of capital c 


Source: Pillai G M, 2011. A solar future for India. Pune: World Institute of Sustainable Energy, 650p.