Why 2018 could be a breakthrough year for ‘Made-in-India’ module exports

Things can change very quickly in the solar industry, and no more so than when new trade-related cases are introduced or existing ones are amended in scope. Often companies – and in particular module suppliers relying on export revenues – suddenly find themselves with a golden opportunity that was previously not in their strategies, or have barriers unlocked that remove competitors based in other countries.

Digital O&M opportunities in a water-scarce India

Operations and maintenance | India’s solar industry has been focused on reaching a hugely ambitious target of 100GW of PV by 2022. There is a need to get smart on managing and maintaining solar assets is now becoming an overriding priority.

Quality in India: battling the stereotypes

Quality | The speed of solar deployment in India has raised concerns that quality maybe sacrificed for expediency. Although there are warning signs of a potential quality problem, efforts are underway to nip it in the bud

PV Talk: India charmed by green bonds while solar IPO gates open

The days of naming financing as one of the major hurdles for Indian solar appear to be coming to an end in 2017 as record low tariffs were enabled by a newly-attractive fiscal environment. PV Tech caught up with Kuljit Singh, partner, Transaction Advisory Services at EY, to discuss a potential spate of Indian solar IPOs, pension fund interest, Masala bonds and the future of the market.