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Norway’s Solar Energy Sector Has Increased Significantly

There has been a fourfold growth during the last four years. Now you can have solar cells on the roof and on the walls. Solar power industry in Norway had an increase of 59 percent last year, according to a report public broadcaster NRK reported Friday. The industry also marked its record year in 2016, […]

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Budget 2018: Reactions From the Solar Industry

Jaitley in his budget 2018 speech proposed that the duty on solar tempered glass or solar tempered [anti-reflective coated] glass for the manufacture of solar cells, panels, modules be reduced from 5 percent to zero.   The Budget 2018 presented by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has proposed to eliminate the import duty on components that […]

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Budget 2018: Solar Industry Demands Clarity, Relief in Safeguard Duty

According to industry experts, the imposition will not only increase the tariff by almost Re 1 but it will put the projects under execution in deep trouble resulting in making them unviable, turning them into non-performing assets. With the proposed imposition of 70 percent safeguard duty on import of solar power equipment and concerned about […]

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String Inverters – Igniting the Solar Market in 2018

The renewable energy sector is catapulting a holistic approach in the overall technology world. Especially ‘Solar Power’ which has a GW trail to his name is seen as the next big revolution in renewable energy sector. The power demands in future will become ruthless and Government is writing subpoena for Solar Experts and companies to […]

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Solar Industry Body Says Import Obligation on Solar Panels will Hurt Makers

India has 3.1 GW of the introduced limit of solar cells out of which 2 GW is arranged in SEZs. All India Solar Industries Association (AISIA), the industry assemblage of local solar power producers, today said it is against inconvenience of any sweeping protection obligation on import of solar panels and cells referring to worries […]

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India may Consider Duty of 7.5 per cent On Imported Solar Panels

The proposed alter could jeopardize Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s driven objective of introducing 100 gigawatts of sun oriented vitality by 2022. India, the biggest buyer of solar gear from neighboring China, is considering a 7.5 percent assessed on the imported solar panels, agreeing to government authorities with information of the situation. Such imports aren’t burdened presently, but might be renamed as engines, which are subject to the tax, the authorities said, inquiring not to […]

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Slight Rise in Solar Tariff during Rajasthan Auction

This time in the first part of the auction, Hero Future Energies quoted the lowest tariff of Rs 2.47 per unit and was awarded the 300 MW it had asked for. After a steep fall for over two years, solar duty rose marginally at the latest auction conducted by the Solar Energy Corporation of India […]

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Tumbling Solar Prices Starts Claiming Victims as Trina Reconsiders India

Trina solar CEO says the Chinese company is reconsidering a planned India plant because prices there are now too low. The price of solar is tumbling across the world. And solar auctions are having their intended effect: Prices for developers are tumbling across Asia. While that’s good news for consumers, solar companies might have to […]

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Sudden Imposition of Anti Dumping Duty Can Disrupt Ongoing Solar Projects, Renewable Ministry Cautions

MNRE notification has cautioned Directorate General of Anti Dumping against imposing high solar duties Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) has cautioned anti dumping authorities against imposing high duties on imported solar equipment on the grounds that this can increase tariffs, make several projects unviable and seriously hamper the growth of the sector. According […]

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