Mumbai: According to a recent report by an eminent American non-profit organisation, India has emerged as one of the top performing clean energy economies in the 21st century. It said that India's clean energy sector continued to flourish in 2011, with private investment increasing 54 percent to USD 10.2 billion, placing the country at number 6 spot among the G-20 nations.

Global supplier of technology and services Bosch, which recently forayed into the solar energy space in India, is eyeing 10 mega watt worth projects over the next few years.
"We are in talks for developing 10 MW projects with private players in Gujarat, Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Karnataka," Solar Energy Division, Sales Director Venugopalan C M told here.
Bosch forayed into the solar energy space in the country last year and has jointly developed a one MW project with Gujarat government.
The company is also executing up to 100 kilo watt roof top project under National Solar Mission in Karnataka.
With the government target of 20 GW solar energy by 2022, there is a huge potential in India, he said.
"India presents huge opportunity, especially after the government declared 46 cities as solar cities. And we hope to play a key role in this."
The company is also a channel partner of Ministry of New and Renewable Energy.