The construction industry is in a precarious state with a number of solar projects under construction and many more under development.
According to a recent report by the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), the industry is facing a shortage of around 10,000 solar farms.
The industry, which accounts for around 10% of the world’s installed solar capacity, is in the midst of a period of rapid growth in the past few years.
According a report by SEIA, solar PV was introduced into the market in 2012 and there are now more than 7,500 projects in existence worldwide.
The report noted that the solar industry has witnessed a massive surge in its size and scope due to the adoption of a green infrastructure strategy by governments around the world.
The SEIA report stated that the total solar energy capacity in the global solar sector grew by a staggering 66% between 2010 and 2016.
The solar industry is also facing the challenges of the ageing of its infrastructure and rising costs of renewable energy technologies.
In India, the solar sector’s capacity is projected to grow by over 30% over the next five years, while in the US it is projected by the SEIA to grow at a rate of nearly 30% per year.
A study conducted by the Indian Solar Industry Association (ISIA) in 2016 found that a number to three lakh solar energy projects were under construction in India.
The ISIA estimates that the country has around 1,000 megawatts of installed capacity in solar energy.
However, the report also noted that there is still a huge gap in the market for new solar capacity in India, with only about half of the country’s projected capacity under construction.
The ISIA’s CEO Ashish Gupta said that a significant number of companies are now struggling to meet the rising demand of the global market.
Gupta said there is a shortage in the available capacity.
Gupta explained that there are two types of capacity, which can be installed in the same day, or the company can go through the process of building two different kinds of projects.
According this process, the company will build the project, but then it would take a few months for the project to be completed, with the project being completed within two years.
This gap in availability means that the Indian solar industry, the ISIA said, is experiencing a “severe shortage of new solar energy plants” and it is a growing challenge for the industry.
A number of other companies have recently started up in the solar business in India and, according to the ISSA, they have raised a total of $1.4 billion in venture capital.
According to Gupta, the need to increase the supply of new projects is a major issue facing the industry in India due to lack of financing and a need to create new projects with higher capacities and lower cost of construction.
Gupta pointed out that there were around 1.2 million solar projects in the country at the end of 2016.
He added that in India there are around 12,000 micro solar farms, which he said can be converted into gigawatt capacity in a matter of a couple of years.
The question of how to build the new solar farms is another issue that is being debated in India as well.
Gupta suggested that India could be a great place for the growth of the solar energy sector.
He said that India has the right climate and the right land for solar farms to flourish.
The fact that there has been a boom in solar in India is another positive for the Indian sector, Gupta added.
However, the Indian government has also been making strides in tackling the issue of poor solar infrastructure and building solar projects.
According the India Solar Energy Corporation (ISEC), India has more than 70% of its total installed capacity on rooftops, with around 1% of solar power plants operating in the dark.
India has also invested heavily in rooftop solar and its market share is growing.
However the ISEC also noted the lack of solar in the residential sector and the increasing cost of solar panels and devices.
The solar industry in the Indian state of Maharashtra is one of the most significant solar projects to have emerged since the launch of the technology in 2010.
In Maharashtra, the State government has started investing in solar power generation, with nearly 60% of India’s power generating capacity being on solar.
However the state has not been able to meet its electricity demand due to poor infrastructure and cost of power.
The Indian solar sector has been trying to build solar projects with a view to developing it in other states.
The Solar Energy Authority of India (SEAI), an umbrella body of Indian solar companies, has set up a joint venture to promote the growth and expansion of the sector.
In March this year, the Government of India also announced a solar investment fund worth around Rs 5,000 crore, which will provide incentives to solar power producers and developers.
According TOI, the total value of solar energy investments in India was Rs 1,3,2,8 billion in 2017. India was