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US Solar Tariffs Cost 62,000 Jobs and 10.5 GW in Solar Capacity

Tariffs on imported solar cells and modules have led to the loss of more than 62,000 US jobs and USD 19 billion in new private sector investment Tariffs on imported solar cells and modules have led to the loss of more than 62,000 US jobs and USD 19 billion in new private sector investment, according […]

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SECI Refuses to Lower Tariffs for Andhra Solar Projects

SECI has refused to lower tariffs for 400 MW electricity supplied from a solar park at Galiveedu Mandal in district Kadapa to APSPDCL State-run Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) has refused to lower tariffs for 400 MW electricity supplied from a solar park at Galiveedu Mandal in district Kadapa to Andhra Pradesh South Power […]

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Govt to Sustain Investors Confidence Via Steady Policy, Ensuring Timely Payment to Developers: Dr. Ajay Mathur

Demand generation of solar power through compliance to the provision of solar RPOs needs to be continued with strict monitoring. The government needs to work on sustaining the confidence level of investors through steady policy of procurement process and ensuring timely payments to the developers. On technical side, grid balancing mechanisms through demand side management […]

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Viz-A-Viz with Khalid Nadeem, Chief Operating Officer – Solar Business, Sukhbir Agro Energy Ltd

Q. Could you give us a brief overview of your company, various products & services and its contribution towards clean energy? We, at SAEL, are committed to bring you economical and reliable solar power. We have years of experience, the complete knowhow and cutting-edge technology in harnessing solar power. Further we are a diversified group […]

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India Relegates in Global Renewable Market Index, Ranks at Spot 4

A report by UK accountancy firm, Ernst & Young (EY) has attributed the relegation in India’s ranking to the latest auctions in which the wind and solar tariffs were kept low. Indian has slipped two ranks in renewable energy country attractive index making it rank 4th in the list preceded by China, US and Germany. […]

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Viz-A-Viz with Vineet Mittal, Director | Navitas Solar

Q. Please introduce us to Navitas Solar and also share with us some of the recent past achievements in India? A. Navitas Solar is a dynamic solar energy company based out of India whose business is manufacturing Solar PV Modules, providing turnkey EPC services to Solar PV projects and various solar energy technology applications and […]

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Longi Solar Approves 1 GW Indian Manufacturing Facility

Longi Solar has confirmed to become the first Chinese company to set up a solar equipment manufacturing facility in India. The news comes just a month after the company said it would invest $300 million in a 5 GW module facility in China. Longi Solar is working to set up a 1 GW solar PV […]

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China’s Longi Plans Solar Equipment Manufacturing Facility in India

The plan to set up a factory in India by LONGi, the world’s largest monocrystalline solar wafer maker, comes in backdrop to Union government’s proposal to make it mandatory for firms to have local manufacturing capability to bid for the world’s largest solar tender of 20 gigawatts (GW). LONGi Green Energy Technology Co. Ltd is […]

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Buy Abroad Diktat Doesn’t Worry India’s Solar Sector

India has to make suitable policy changes to protect its fledgling solar manufacturing sector from foreign competition. India has to make suitable policy changes by December this year to remove measures it had undertaken to protect its fledgling solar manufacturing sector from foreign competition, according to a recent notice issued by the Dispute Settlement Body […]

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