India is targeting 10 GW floating GES in 3 years A program has been launched in India aiming to deploy a 10,000 MW floating solar power plant power within three years. A public announcement by India’s solar energy company, Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI), requested companies to make investment declarations by January 5, 2018. According to the explanation, if the investors are successful in the competitions to be held by SECI, they will be able to imagine their projects with Build-Own-Operate model.
The Indian government will provide long-term purchase guarantees for these projects. India In 2022, the 40 GW division is aiming to reach the power of 100 GW of solar energy installed on the roof top. As of the end of September, the installed capacity of the country in the field of solar energy has increased to 14,772 MW.