Focus Areas

Renewables

Renewable sources are expected to help meet 40% of India’s power needs by 2030. We help companies, investors, international lenders and governments to identify new opportunities, assess market risks and prepare plans for long-term growth in this sector.

Electric mobility

To overcome air pollution, manage infrastructure challenges, and reduce dependency on fossil fuels, Government of India is looking to promote electric mobility in a big way. We work with auto-companies, government organizations and think tanks to assess possible risks, identify solutions and prepare roadmap for transition to electric mobility.

Services

Market Research and Advisory

We provide Strategic consultancy, Market segmentation analysis, Customer analysis, Pricing strategy, Marketing case studies, Competition Benchmarking, Policy & Regulatory advocacy, Opportunity assessment studies, and Investment advisory to Indian and International clients.

Databases

We provide annual market intelligence subscription services for RE and EV sector as part of which access is given to an online portal of projects, tenders, sales, prices, policies, and regulations across the Indian market. Click to enquire

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Latest Reports

India’s Renewable Energy Open Access Market: Trends and Outlook

Date of release- Aug 2022

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Annual India Solar Report Card: FY2022

Date of release- July 2022

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Evolution of Grid-Scale Energy Storage System Tenders in India

Date of release- July 2022

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Indian Residential Rooftops: A Vast Trove of Solar Energy Potential

Date of release- Oct 2022

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Photovoltaic Manufacturing Outlook in India

Date of release- Feb 2022

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Solar Tariffs to Rise by ~21% in the Next 12 Months in India

Date of release- May 2022

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Accelerating Transport Electrification in India by 2030

Date of release- July 2022

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Monthly India RE update (solar, wind)

Date of Release- Monthly

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Slump in wind sector: Falling capacity addition, rising tender under-subscription

Slump in wind sector: Falling capacity addition, rising tender under-subscription The share of wind energy sector, in overall renewable portfolio of India, has lately seen a sharp fall. This is mainly attributed to sluggish growth of sector and rise in share of solar projects. As of July 31, 2019, the total wind capacity in India stands at 37 GW, contributing 45% share in total renewables’ portfolio. Compared to last year, this is a fall of more than ten percentage points.…

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Restrictive guidelines under KUSUM and Rooftop Phase II scheme to impact system integrators

Restrictive guidelines under KUSUM and Rooftop Phase II scheme to impact system integrators Last month, MNRE launched two schemes, KUSUM and Rooftop Phase II (SRISTI) with installation target of about 30 GW expected to be achieved by 2022. This 30 GW target includes nearly 26 GW capacity for pumps and grid-connected systems under KUSUM scheme and 4 GW for the residential segment in the Rooftop Phase II program. Below are the two critical restrictive guidelines issued with the schemes: Mandatory…

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In FY2019, OPEX model based onsite solar installations doubled in size

In FY2019, OPEX model based onsite solar installations doubled in size As of March 31, 2019, OPEX model based projects hold more than 37% share of cumulative onsite[1] solar installations in India.  Under the OPEX model, a Renewable Energy Service Company (RESCO) invests, builds and maintains a rooftop/ onsite solar plant. The end consumer pays for the power generated under a long-term power purchase agreement (PPA) at an agreed tariff for a fixed tenure. Figure 1: OPEX model based onsite…

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5.3 GW of Floating Solar Projects under various stages of development in India

5.3 GW of Floating Solar Projects under various stages of development in India Last week, Uttar Pradesh Cabinet cleared 150 MW floating solar plant on Rihand dam. It will be the biggest such plant in India and is expected to be commissioned by May 2020. ReNew got 100 MW while Shapoorji Pallonji got 50 MW at a tariff of INR 3.36/ unit. With increasing land acquisition problems for utility-scale solar, floating solar plants make a good business case for developers.…

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About Us

JMK Research & Analytics is a boutique consultancy firm providing research and advisory services to Indian and International clients across solar, wind and e-mobility segment.

Based on our in-depth sector experience, strong industry network, we  provide key insights and detailed industry information which helps our clients develop successful business models and market strategies.

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