Indian investigator recommends EVA sheet anti-dumping duties, ReNew Power secures up to $$350 Million financing from OPIC, Sungrow hits 3GW of shipments in India, MNRE approves funding for clean energy R&D, Tata Power Solar launches residential rooftop solution at Guwahati, Assam.
China only exported 46MW of solar modules to the US between January and September 2018, according to new data from the China Chamber of Commerce for Import and Export of Machinery and Electronic Products (CCCME).
With Europe to end the Minimum Import Prices (MIPs) on Chinese imports of solar cells and modules today, following a European Commission announcement late last week, PV Tech gathered initial responses from the industry.
The European Union has officially elected not to extend anti-dumping duties against panels imported from China, with the minimum import price now ceasing to exist from midnight Monday 3 September 2018.
India's DGAD has set an oral hearing date for its anti-dumping investigation into imports of EVA encapsulant material for solar modules from China, Malaysia, South Korea, Thailand and Saudi Arabia. DGTR has also published a list of organisations that submitted rejoinders in the recent oral hearing regarding safeguard duty on imports of solar cells and modules
India’s unusual tender for 5GW of PV manufacturing capacity linked with 10GW of solar projects has been called many things, ranging from pioneering to fanciful, but the earliest stages have seen some of the global industry’s biggest names toss their hat in the ring.
India’s Directorate General of Anti-Dumping and Allied Duties (DGAD) will hold an oral hearing for its anti-dumping investigation into imports of textured, tempered glass from Malaysia, on 11 June in New Delhi.
PV Tech caught up with Sunil Jain, chief executive and executive director of Delhi-headquartered renewable energy developer, Hero Future Energies, to discuss power demand, safeguard threats, module pricing and tender activity in India's utility-scale PV segment.
India’s Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) has issued a clarification in its guidelines for tariff-based competitive solar procurement implying that a change in duties will henceforth be covered as a ‘Change in Law’, which would give developers protection in case a safeguard, anti-dumping or any other duty is imposed.
India deployed a record 9,255MW of solar in 2017, up 94% from the previous year, but uncertainty and a slowdown looms in 2018, according to the latest quarterly report from consultancy firm Bridge to India.