India must intensify policy reforms to revive wind growth beyond 50 GW by 2022: GWEC and MEC+

GO ECO GREEN21

India likely to undershoot target by up to 10GW if urgent regulatory challenges are not addressed

A new report, India Wind Outlook Towards 2022: Looking beyond headwinds, published by the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) and MEC+(MEC Intelligence), finds that India’s total wind energy capacity could reach 50GW GW by 2022 as existing pipeline and new auctions face multiple challenges.
GO ECO GREEN21. According to a new report released today by the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) and MEC+ (MEC Intelligence), India’s wind energy capacity can only realistically reach 50 GW by 2022. India Wind Outlook Towards 2022: Looking beyond the headwinds objectively analyses the factors which have led to a drag on market growth for India’s wind energy industry over the past two years, and provides an assessment on the forecast along with a pathway to overcome these challenges to realise the high potential of the market.
The report…

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