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SCC India  Lower tariff will put industry's margins at risk
Matured players have slowly become cautious in bidding and the trend indicates that these players are bidding higher tariffs, points out Krishnan Rajagopalan, (Head - Solar Business), Anchor Electricals Pvt Ltd (A Panasonic Group Company).

We were instrumental in bringing down BOS costs for solar in India
SgurrEnergy India is a leading solar engineering consultant in South Asia with over 300 customers and 6 GW of projects that are either commissioned or under implementation.

India is expected to add~1.1 GW of rooftop capacity in 2017
India's rooftop solar energy capacity has crossed the 1 GW mark with 513 MW generation capacities added in the past one year itself. Rooftop solar has maintained a 10-12 per cent share in overall solar capacity additions in India.

We will set up more than 100 MW rooftop projects
Demonetisation has been a great boon for India as a whole. When a country goes for a major overhaul, there are bound to be ripple effects and with dearth of cash, it becomes difficult for labour workers as they are still cash dependent. However, it has not had any big impact on other activities that are critical for setting up solar projects.

THE BATTLE OF BIDDING
When the first 150 MW of solar was tendered under the National Solar Mission (NSM) Batch-I in 2010, the average tariff quoted was Rs 12.16/kWh. Since then, the prices have dropped at a level which no developer could have imagined.

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