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COVID-19 Lowers Solar Equipment Imports by 83 Percent

The COVID-19 pandemic has left a big mark on the Indian solar sectors’ imports from China, with imports during the first quarter down by over 83 percent. The COVID-19 pandemic has left a big mark on the Indian solar sectors’ imports from China, with data from the Ministry of Commerce suggesting that the Indian imports […]

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India Imported Solar Equipment Worth $1.18 Bn From China Between April-December

India imported solar cells and modules worth USD 1,179.89 million from China in the first nine months of the current financial year RK Singh has informed. India imported solar cells and modules worth USD 1,179.89 million from China in the first nine months — between April and December — of the current financial year (2019-20), union minister of new and renewable energy RK Singh has […]

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India Will Raise Import Duty on Solar Equipment Soon: R K Singh

India will increase import duty on solar equipment to encourage domestic industry in the coming years, Power Minister R K Singh said. India will increase import duty on solar equipment to encourage domestic industry in the coming years, Power Minister R K Singh said. He also announced that a storage policy will be unveiled soon which […]

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SPDA Eyes Full Exemption from Safeguard Duty on Solar Equipment

Such safeguard duty on solar equipment could also kill thousands of job created from the down-stream activities of solar power generation including the manufacturing sector. The Solar Power Developers Association (SPDA) has sought complete exemption of safeguard duty on solar equipment for ongoing project. It believes that such a move can jeopardise investments worth Rs 1 […]

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Safeguard Duty on Solar Equipment Likely to Hit India’s 100 GW Goal by 2022

The solar developers opined that it would directly affect 25 GW volume under various stages of implementation and hit out thousands of jobs in the segment. Implementation of proposed safeguard duty may hit the country’s most ambitious target of installing 100 GW capacity by 2022, believes Indian solar power developers. The solar developers opined that it would […]

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India Won’t Impose Safeguard Duty on Imported Solar Equipment

The decision had different effects on solar players in the country. On the one hand it had delighted manufacturers while as on the other hand it alarmed developers about the steep rise in input costs. Overruling the directorate general of safeguards’ recommendation of 70% levy on imported solar equipment, the government has reversed the decision […]

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Tesla-Marked Home Depot to Boost Solar Equipment Sales

The leader in the technology space, Tesla is primarily known for its electric cars, is starting to take off Tesla-marked offering spaces at 800 of the retailer’s areas called home depot, as per reports. Tesla is growing its solar division crosswise over Home Depot’s stores, a source acquainted with those plans. The leader in the […]

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