Solar In Talks

KUSUM Scheme Greatest Setback for Small Manufacturers: Vikas Jain

KUSUM scheme will be the greatest setback for Indian solar manufacturers in the SME/MSME category. Small manufacturers are not eligible to meet the qualifying turnover condition for the scheme. KUSUM scheme was long awaited but we are highly disappointed to see the terms. We have already submitted our representation to the concerned authorities, says Vikas […]

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There has Been Significant Uptick in Demand for Solar Products: Jatin Patel

I believe that there has been a significant increase in demand for solar energy products. Particularly due to the increasing awareness of the benefits of solar-powered products, affordability and abundance of solar companies in India. The introduction of refined government policies has left a fundamental impact on India’s solar market, by increasing the affordability and […]

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Will be Happy to Collaborate with Indian Firms for EV Chargers: Rucas Wang

Growatt has developed a variety of EV chargers. We have been actively expanding our business across the globe and our EV chargers are getting popular in Europe. I would be happy to discuss collaboration with Indian clients that are interested in developing business in this sector. Over the past years, we have been increasing investments […]

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Indian’s Policy for Manufacturing Tech Products is Bit Complicated: V Kamath

We would love to make in India but the skill sets required and Indian’s policy for manufacturing technological products is bit complicated to be easily available. Also, our global production unit is getting expanded for the world market, so no plans in near future of manufacturing in India, says Vishwanath Kamath, Managing Director, Fronius India […]

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Yulu Wants to Solve Public Transport’s Greatest Problem in India: Amit Gupta

At a time when the crisis in auto sales has everyone’s attention, Yulu, the Bengaluru based firm focused on micro mobility couldn’t care less. In a discussion with Group Editor Prasanna Singh, Yulu’s CEO Amit Gupta discusses the firm, its experience so far with electric mobility and its hopes. For Yulu’s Co-Founder and CEO Amit […]

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India’s Safeguard Duty Move has Not Helped Much: Sudhir Aggarwal

India’s move to impose safeguard duty on import of solar cells and modules last year hasn’t helped domestic manufacturers much. While import of solar cells and modules from China have declined since the duty was implemented in July 2018, India still imported USD 1.9 billion worth of panels in the 11 months ended June 30, […]

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Need to Breed, Encourage Innovation at Grassroots Level: Sahil Shanghavi

For India to become a battery or any other storage technology manufacturing hub, we need to breed and encourage innovation at the grassroots level. Both public and private sectors need to collaborate closely with researchers at various institutes in India and fund different ideas in order to come up with better technology than what exists […]

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Reverse Bidding Is Not Always The Best Friend For Quality: Rohit Kumar

Reverse bidding is not always the best friend for quality specifically in the Indian context, and this was also highlighted recently by PI Berlin study tour where the PV consultancy PI Berlin issued a report highlighting serious safety concerns, poor installation practices on system output monitoring, as well as a worrying lack of warranties. We […]

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Interview: Govt Can Create Better Awareness for Promotion of Energy Efficiency

The government could go one step further and create better awareness by highlighting various technologies that aid in improving energy efficiency in industries and buildings. In addition, the success of Bureau of Energy Efficiency’s Perform-Achieve-Trade (PAT) scheme can also be scaled up to other sectors at faster rate than is happening today. These coordinated activities […]

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