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World’s Module Capacity to Grow in ’21; Southeast Asia 2nd Top Supplier

Up to 400 GW of nameplate solar module manufacturing capacity and nearly 325 GW of nameplate cell capacity could be online by the end of 2021, says a new report. Southeast Asia is the second top production location for cell and module suppliers, following China and Taiwan, which are at the top. Clean Energy Associates […]

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Borosil Renewables Q1 Results. Some Speed Bumps, But A Long Clear Road Ahead

Continuing its smart turnaround on the back of high solar glass prices, Mumbai-based solar glass manufacturer Borosil Renewables has reported a net profit of Rs 39.62 crore in Q1 FY22 as against a net loss of Rs 1.87 crore in Q1 FY21. The stunning results follow from a 151.8% YoY increase in net sales to […]

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Solis Seminar, Episode 24: PV Panel Micro-Crack Problems and Identification Methods

The last Solis Seminar introduced the problem of PID effect and its solutions. This seminar will give details on the causes of cell micro-cracks, how to identify them and ultimately prevent them. PID effect, micro-cracks, and hot spots are three important factors that can affect the performance of crystalline silicon photovoltaic modules. Among them, PID […]

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Solis Seminar Episode 22: Solutions for Error Code “GRID INTF”

The power grid is a fragile and complex system and its operation will affect connected equipment. At the same time, the abnormal operation of connected equipment will also affect it causing what’s known as, “grid disturbance”. Grid disturbance is a relatively common type of a grid-side fault. The frequency of its occurrence is second only […]

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About 7 GW of Unsigned PSAs Pose Risk to RE targets: CRISIL

In a press release today, CRISIL Research said that delays in power supply agreements (PSAs) for about 7 GW of the bid out renewable energy projects might lead to 35 per cent shortfall in the 160 GW renewable energy capacity target set for the end of calendar year 2022. This delay may, however, not impact […]

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The BCD Calculus: Will It Deliver The Right Outcomes?

As expected, once it did arrive, India’s Basic Customs Duty (BCD) plan for solar cells and equipment has managed to create just the sort of furore that the government claims it seeks to avoid. After all, for once, this was a decision that was long in coming, with intent having been announced last year itself, […]

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BCD Decision Sparks Predictable Reactions, Costs To Go Up By 50 p/unit

Three days after the formal confirmation of government plans to impose an enhanced Basic Customs Duty  (BCD) of 25 per cent and 40 per cent on imported solar cells and modules, respectively, the reactions have started coming in thick and fast. Dedicated developers, both those on record and off the record, have expressed their views […]

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MNRE Releases List Of Module Makers for Government Contracts

The ALMM list, to be updated monthly, will be valid for two years. The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, in an office memorandum released yesterday, announced the names of 23 Indian firms those products would be eligible for use in government contracts for solar plants. The list is for module manufacturers right now. The […]

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Large Module Sizes Find Their Way, as Suppliers Roll out Compatible Equipment

The latest trend in solar modules for larger-sized modules, caused by the pressure to show ever-increasing output is finally finding a clear pathway. Module output, which has seen major increases in the past few months on the back of these new larger modules now has support in the form of key suppliers like inverters, and […]

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