PPA Bankability in Asia-Pacific Markets

by Rishab Shrestha

Bankability is not necessarily correlated to solar market attractiveness, but is an important criterion for unlocking large-scale investments. Asia-Pacific markets, despite having various bankability concerns, are expected to install an estimated 70 GW of solar annually through 2022, accounting for 60% of annual installations through 2022. Although the outlook is improving, offtaker credit quality and curtailment risks are still concerns. As bankability concerns are addressed, solar financing costs could decline.

This report synthesizes typical bankability risks facing the APAC markets and compares bankability of projects with market attractiveness, as well as provides an overview of APAC solar demand.


The report is available to subscribers of our Global Downstream Solar Service. To learn more, please contact solarsubscription@gtmresearch.com.

Rishab Shrestha Analyst, Solar

Rishab Shrestha is an Analyst for GTM Research primarily covering global downstream PV markets. Prior to joining GTM in 2018, he worked for MAKE Consulting researching on key global solar markets and solar supply chain.  He has experience working in clean tech start-ups and did his masters in Sustainable Energy Future from Imperial College, London.

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