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China should put “more pressure” on India to promote free trade: Chinese Media

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The World Trade Organisation (WTO) found India’s solar Domestic Content Requirement policy was inconsistent with its treaty obligations under the global trading regime, claimed the Chinese media. China should put “more pressure” on India to promote free trade as calls to boycott Chinese goods have hurt the interests of many Chinese firms, said official media […]

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GST to increase solar tariffs, boost domestic manufacturing and jobs: CEEW

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Key contributors to the increase in solar tariffs, as a result of GST, would include increase in operations and maintenance cost, panel costs, and financing costs. According to a study released by the Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW),India’s emerging solar sector could see tariffs rise by nearly 10% if current tax exemptions were […]

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We Are Looking For Innovative Ways To Bring Down Cost Of Power: Piyush Goyal

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Piyush Goyal, in his address, spoke on importance of sustainability, improving efficiency in cost effective manner. Power, Coal, New and Renewable Energy and Mines, PiyushGoyal, inaugurating NTPC’s International Operation and Maintenance Conference IPS-2017 on Monday said we are looking for innovative ways to bring down cost of power from such forums having representation from entire […]

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KACO new energy Equips Inverters With Additional Safety Function

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German inverter manufacturer KACO new energy is extending its product range in the medium power class. Three inverters are equipped as standard for fitting with overvoltage protection of Type 1+2. To protect photovoltaic systems against damage caused by overvoltage, KACO new energy GmbH offers three inverters with the corresponding safety function. These inverters are supplied […]

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El Salvador Awards Solar PV Project at 4.955¢ Per Kilowatt-Hour

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El Salvador, a small Central American nation awards solar PV power projects at competitive tariffs rates A small Central American country giving competition to a renewable energy giant like India in solar PV power tariff bids does not seem quite right, but this is indeed true in the case of El Salvador. According to media […]

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Celestica to Exit Solar PV Panel Manufacturing Business

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Celestica Announces Exit from the Manufacturing of Solar PV Panels Celestica Inc. has announced to exit the manufacturing of solar PV panels. The company quotes disclosed PV market instability and global oversupply of solar panels which have continued to negatively impact its solar PV panel manufacturing business, including the pricing and demand for solar PV […]

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Training of “Solar Mamas” have been successful in enhancing India- Nauru relationship: President Pranab Mukherjee

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Our collaboration in creating a Centre for Excellence in Information Technology in Nauru and our initiative in solar electrification of two hundred homes in Nauru through the training of “Solar Mamas” have been successful President Pranab Mukherjee extending his greetings and felicitations to the Government and people of the Republic of Nauru on the eve […]

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Solar players expect tax incentives in budget, uncertainty over GST remains

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According to Solar players’ continuation of appreciated depreciation, a financial incentive, along with concessional interest rates and use of Rs 54,000 crore National Clean Energy Fund could be crucial to achieve country’s ambitious target. Amid uncertainties over the impact of Goods and Services Tax (GST) and Make in India programme being affected by falling prices […]

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