Research, Analysis, Solution

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 as part of which access is given to an online portal of 2400+ solar projects, 10,000+ wind projects, 300+ tenders, 300+ Renewable sector policies, and regulations across India market

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renesola
wbcsd
Havells
cleanmax
Our Reports

Annual India Solar Report Card: FY2021

Date of release- June 2021

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Electric 2-Wheeler: India Market Outlook

Date of release- June 2021

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Case for proving hybrid RE+battery storage viability for Tamil Nadu

Date of release- Jan 2021

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India Wind Solar Hybrid Market

Date of release- Oct 2020

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solar rooftop

Untapped Opportunities in India’s Rooftop Market

Date of release- July 2020

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open access solar

Viability Assessment of New Module Manufacturing Units

Date of release- Jan 2021

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Corporate Renewable PPAs in India– Market and Policy update

Date of release- Jan 2021

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monthly renewable

Monthly India RE update (solar, wind)

Date of Release- Monthly

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Why India’s Solar Power Tariffs Reached a Historic Low of Rs. 2 Per kWh

Why India’s Solar Power Tariffs Reached an Historic Low of Rs. 2 Per kWh India set a new record low solar power tariff of Rs2/kWh ($0.027/kWh) in the recent Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) auction on 23 November 2020. The tariff based bidding was conducted for selection of solar power developers to set up 1,070 megawatts (MW) of grid-connected solar PV projects on a “build-own-operate” (BOO) basis in Rajasthan (Tranche-III). With 14 developers participating, the tender was oversubscribed by…

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Despite COVID-19, India added 883 MW of rooftop solar capacity in the first nine months of 2020

Despite COVID-19, India added 883 MW of rooftop solar capacity in the first nine months of 2020 As per the data released by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) for the period starting January 2020 till Sep 2020, about 2320 MW of solar capacity comprising 1437 MW of Ground Mounted Solar and 883 MW of Rooftop Solar was added in India. Rajasthan (360 MW), Tamil Nadu (341 MW), and Maharashtra (165 MW) were the leading States with most…

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Restrictive banking provisions hampering RE adoption in India

Restrictive banking provisions hampering RE adoption in India After restrictive net metering regulations and withdrawal of waivers for open access renewable projects, regulators are now restricting banking facility. Banking is important as it provides renewable developers a mechanism to utilize their excess generation and avail financial benefits in some cases. In the last one year, some RE rich states have moved from annual to monthly banking period while some have completely withdrawn the banking facility for RE projects. Gujarat and…

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Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana account for ~71% of outstanding dues from DISCOMs to RE generators

Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, and Telangana account for ~71% of outstanding dues from DISCOMs to RE generators Discoms are the weakest link in the entire value chain of the Indian electricity sector. Their inability to pay generators on time, manage their losses and improve on other inefficiencies weighs down the entire power sector.  Discoms in India have been functioning sub-optimally and have even been described as a “leaking bucket”, due to their inability to break-even despite multiple financial bailouts over…

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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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Phone: +91-7428306655
Email: contact@jmkresearch.com

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