India installed only 1.6 GW of PV capacity from April to June, compared to 3.3 GW in the first quarter. Large scale installations accounted for 74 per cent – 1.2 GW – of the figure and rooftop solar the remaining 415 MW.
Cumulative installed solar capacity at the end of June was 24.6 GW, with large scale projects supplying 90% and rooftop solar the rest, according to Mercom India Research’s Q2 2018 India Solar Market Update.
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