All eyes on green power The stage is set for rapid growth of renewable energy with due policy and regulatory facilitation from the government. Tariffs reaching grid parity as well as the development of requisite infrastructure will also support the growth of renewable energy.
However, several issues remain. Aggressive bidding, payment delays, back-down of power and high debt cost are long shadows. Large scale integration of renewable energy can also result in significant grid variation if the issue is not addressed in time. A confluence of these factors can potentially restrain the flow of capital as well as put the existing debt at risk.
This makes it an opportune time for lenders, investors and other stakeholders alike to take stock of the issues and developments, to be able to take informed steps in their respective roles.
Key learnings The programme will cover in granular detail:
Reasons for the rapid rise in renewable energy capacities in India
Implications of changes in the regulatory framework and key policies
Changing trends, opportunities and risks in renewable energy
Credit risks associated with the sector
So what's in it for you? Get a granular understanding of the current and emerging sectoral nuances. That, in turn, will give the confidence to construct your own views on the renewable energy segment - as an investor, lender or another stakeholder. Understand the risks so that you can devise the appropriate mitigation tools and pave the way for rapid adoption of renewable energy in India.