solar manufacturing

The 2023 Playback- What Our Most Read Stories Tell Us

As a digital publisher, one of the joys of publishing is the feedback, both immediate and ongoing that writers get on their stories. Seen both in actual pageviews and in terms of traction on social media, this feedback loop is a key to decide what gets covered, and what doesn’t at times. We say at […]

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Chinese TOPCon Cell Major Jietai Solar Takes Aim At India, Turkey Markets

Amidst all the uncertainty on ALMM exemption continuing beyond March next year, or India’s push for manufacturing progress in the solar supply chain, a key Chinese cell maker is still hopeful of making inroads into the Indian market. The firm, with a network spread across Jiangsu (marketing), Jiangxi (Industrial), and Anhui (Industrial)  province in China […]

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ReNew Enters November ALMM List With Module Making Facility

The November ALMM (Approved List of Module Manufacturers) list issued recently by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) saw several significant developments. To begin with, there are three new entrants on the latest ALMM list of the ministry, taking the total number of solar module manufacturers in India up from 76 to 79 this month. […]

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AISMA Announces 60 GW Milestone for Solar Manufacturing In India

The All India Solar Manufacturers Association (AISMA) has announced a historic milestone for the industry in India – an annual installed capacity of 60 GW of high-end solar module manufacturing in India. This marks a significant increase in capacity over the last few years, from less than 10 GW of low-wattage Polysilicon modules in FY […]

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Australian Fund Plans Polysilicon Manufacturing Hub, Launches Supply Chain Tracking Platform

Quinbrook Infrastructure Partners, a Queensland, Australia, based investment firm with a special focus on the energy transition, has announced an ambitious plan to establish a polysilicon manufacturing facility in Australia.  The move, said to involve investments of $8 billion comes with the firm claiming that land for the project has already been identified in Townsville, […]

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IEA World Energy Outlook 2023-Focus on Affordability, Developing Nations To Achieve Targets

The International Energy Agency’s (IEA) Annual World Energy Outlook Report is out, and it does its best to paint an optimistic picture of the possibilities from energy demand and supply. Even as meeting the target of limiting global warming to 1.5°C from human activity looks increasingly difficult, which the report admits, it continues to provide […]

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Qcells America Completes 2 GW Plant Expansion In US

Qcells, the clean energy solutions provider, has announced the successful completion of its Dalton, Georgia, factory expansion. Qcells added 2 gigawatts (GW) of solar capacity to Dalton, bringing the full factory’s output to more than 5.1 GW. The firms claims that the Qcells Dalton factory is the largest manufacturing plant of its kind in the Western […]

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European Solar Body Wants Life Support Now, from the EU

Solar Power Europe, the member-led association for the European solar PV sector, with claims to represents over 300 organisations across the entire solar sector in the continent has iterated its demand for direct support from the EU, instead of trade tariffs. Calling trade tariffs no solution, the board of Solar Power Europe said that ” […]

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