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GCL-SI Invests in Vietnam for 600MW Solar Cell Production

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In the deal, GCL-SI will provide solar cell production equipment, whereas Vina offers plant, supporting facilities along with an experienced management team. GCL System Integration has recently announced its investment in Vina Cell Technology for 600MW solar cell production capacity. Vina Cell Technology Co., Ltd. is a Vietnam-based solar cell manufacturer. With this move GCL-SI […]

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US By challenging India’s Local Content Conditions in Its Solar Policy Has Sent a Message to The World: Mike Froman

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“We also brought economically significant cases against India’s illegal, non-science-based ban on US poultry, European subsidies to civil aviation, and Argentina’s import restrictions” By Challenging India’s policy of local content requirements was not just about increasing solar panel exports to India, but was intended to send a message to governments all over the world that […]

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Haryana Government signs MoU with Prestige Ocean Holding for 100MW solar project

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Leading Chinese company Prestige Ocean Holding and Investments Limited has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Haryana Government for the setting up of 100 MW solar power projects in the State with an investment of 500 crore. Haryana Principal Secretary, New and Renewable Energy Department Ankur Gupta signed the agreement on behalf of the […]

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TSERC Approves Net Metering Policy for Solar Rooftop Systems

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Telangana State Electricity Regulatory Commission has approved net metering policy for solar rooftop customers in the state. This regulation comes into force from the date of its notification in the Official Gazette and extends to the entire state of Telangana. It is applicable to distribution licensees (DISCOMs), eligible consumers and third-party owners of rooftop solar […]

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I Would Praise the Govt for Meticulously Planning and Executing Solar Policy in India: Nalin Sharma , VP Ecoppia Asia

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As utility solar becomes competitive; companies are vigorously undergoing enhancements in efficiency and production. Automated systems and digital adoption is driving every corner of the industrial sector. In strive to automate the traditional and inefficient solar cleaning processes; Ecoppia’s robots are well poised to make a transformative effect in the perverse cleaning solution segment. The […]

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West Bengal working on a new solar policy to meet its target of 4500MW

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The West Bengal government is working on a plan to introduce a new solar policy to meet the Centre’s revised target of generating 4500 MW solar energy by 2022 in the state. Shobandeb Chatterjee, State Power Minister at an interactive session with the Bharat Chamber of Commerce stated that “We will bring a new solar […]

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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH NALIN SHARMA VICE PRESIDENT-ASIA ECOPPIA

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I Would Praise the Govt for Meticulously Planning and Executing Solar Policy in India: Nalin Sharma , VP Ecoppia Asia As utility solar becomes competitive; companies are vigorously undergoing enhancements in efficiency and production. Automated systems and digital adoption is driving every corner of the industrial sector. In strive to automate the traditional and inefficient […]

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Telangana Solar Policy

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Telangana has a vast solar potential with average insolation (amount of solar radiation reaching the earth surface) of nearly 5.5 kWh/m2 for 300 sunshine days. Last year the Government of Telangana (GoTS) announced its solar power policy with many incentives for solar power developers. The policy aims at “creating an enabling environment for prospective solar […]

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Delhi Solar Policy

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Government of India has set a target of 100 GW of solar energy generation in India by 2022, of which 40 GW is spectated for rooftops. The Delhi government on 10th September 2015 released a solar policy draft that would remain valid till 2020. Delhi is well positioned to lead India’s rooftop solar revolution and […]

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