Posts Tagged 'china'

Should India Say WTF to WTO? India’s Solar DCR, US and WTO Ruling.

  I have always maintained that in the context of solar, the Indian government wants the cake and eat it too. Our government wants solar power plant installation to grow at a rapid pace, which can happen only if solar power becomes cost competitive. In order for solar power to be cost competitive, the panels and inverters […]

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Posted in: Policies and Regulations, Solar Energy, Solar Photovoltaic

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Domestic Content Requirements for Solar Panels – Status and Perspectives

One of the hotly discussed topics in the solar PV sector in India is the domestic content requirements for solar projects. As things stand, MNRE is looking at having about 8000 MW of solar power plants (of the 100000 MW, or about 8%) of the total target by 2022 as coming from domestically made panels. […]

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Posted in: Solar Photovoltaic

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Asian Wind Power Market Outlook – Growth Prospects and Bottlenecks

The two Asian giants – China and India – can be expected to power the wind market for the foreseeable future. Here are some interesting links for those keen on understanding the growth prospects and bottlenecks for the Asian markets for wind power. From Folkecenter -Refer the Asia Pacific Market in Page 8 From Renewables […]

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Posted in: Wind Energy

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