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The Pushback Against China’s Dominance In Solar Manufacturing

Close on the heels of the European Solar Manufacturing Council (ESMC) virtually putting up its hands on the future of solar manufacturers in the continent comes news of US senators urging the Biden Administration to take action against ‘cheap” Chinese imports as well. The same Chinese imports have actually made solar more accessible and viable […]

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Atrato Solar Farm Commissioned in UK; To Fulfill 75% Power Need Of Soft-Drink Company

United Kingdom-based soft drinks manufacturer Britvic soft drinks will now make its product using 75 percent solar power. The company will be getting the solar power supply from a 160-acre solar farm in Northamptonshire which renewable energy company Atrato Onsite Energy owns. The 650,000 square meter solar installation will scale up to produce 28MW power. […]

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COVER STORY: Rooftop Solar Enters Mission Mode In India

The signs were already there. In the first week of 2024, the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) created ripples in the Indian solar market when it announced a 23 percent increase in subsidies for residential rooftop solar. As per the government notification, the ministry increased subsidies from Rs 14,588/kWh to Rs 18,000/kWh for […]

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Perovskite Panel Startup Tandem PV Rolls Ahead With $6 m Funding

US based perovskite company Tandem PV has secured US$6 million in funding to advance research and development (R&D) and plans to build its first manufacturing plant. The funding round was led by venture capital firm Planetary Technologies, an existing investor in the company, with new backers including Uncorrelated Ventures, another venture capital firm, and solar […]

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European Solar Body Cites ‘Forced Labour’ For Protection From Chinese Imports

The European Solar Manufacturing Council (ESMC), a body representing mostly European solar manufacturers, has written an open letter to the EU calling for regulation of ‘forced labour’ in the solar supply chain. The move is not the first, as the bidy has been repeatedly citing the threat to European manufacturers from what it calls unsustainably […]

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Could These Be Solar’s 5 Biggest Threats?

Solar has had a lot of time in the limelight, from being heralded as the energy source of the future to being the number 1 pick for home installation. However, a few other sources of energy have slipped under the radar and we’re here to talk about them for their potential to disrupt the rise […]

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First Solar, Fiserv Sign Tax Credit Transfer Pacts Under Inflation Reduction Act

First Solar, a solar technology company entered into two separate tax credit transfer agreements (TCTAs) between Fiserv, Inc. and First Solar. These agreements were made to sell $500 million and up to $200 million, respectively, of 2023 Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) Advanced Manufacturing Production tax credits to Fiserv, Inc. The agreement is subject to satisfaction […]

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The Success Story of Solar Lighting in Rural Landscapes

By Shashank Donthi, CEO of Hynetic Electronics Solar lighting in rural landscapes have gained popularity and extensive deployment in India due to their eco-friendly nature and cost-effectiveness. These lights harness solar energy during the day using photovoltaic panels and store it in batteries for illumination during the night. India’s rural communities form the foundation of […]

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Romania Joins As The 118th Member Country Of International Solar Alliance

In a big boost to accelerate global adoption of solar energy, Romania officially joined the International Solar Alliance (ISA) as its 118th member country, signalling a robust commitment to advancing solar energy and contributing to global climate action. Romania, under the leadership of H.E. Mr. Klaus Werner Iohannis, President of Romania, formally signed the framework […]

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