In the prelude to the Paris agreement signed in 2016. India has aggressive strides towards the renewable energy sector, with the introduction of the target of achieving 175 GW capacity by the year 2020. Out of 175 GW, 100 GW will be contributed by only solar Generation. As a result of that India has added about 26000 MW of solar generation with an increase of 581%. Still, the target of achieving 100 GW is a farfetched thing. With less than one and a half years remaining. India has installed a capacity of 65 GW amidst the lockdown. India solar energy sector is mostly dependent upon imports from China, with 85-90% of Solar equipment are being imported from China.
Intermittent Supply With Increasing Solar generation (Solar Energy), the crisis of intermittent supply is being faced by the sector.
Grid Discipline with increasing harmonics in grid. And the Problem of maintaining grid discipline is a challenge that has come across. MOP has set a target 100 GW by 2022, in future scenario solar generation will in approximately contribute about 20-25% of the total solar generation. it will further possess a challenge of maintaining a sustainable Supply