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.
Uttarakhand tenders for 200MW, Maharashtra tenders 138MWac of solar near power stations, MNRE extends module self-certification deadline again, Tata Power Solar opens rooftop solar solution in Hyderabad.
India's government has made clear its intentions to cultivate a solar PV manufacturing base at home, but interest from foreign players has yet to be translated into major capacity expansions. PV Tech gathered views from various players - both foreign and domestic - about what steps need to be taken, while at the REI Expo 2018 exhibition in Greater Noida, India.
Tata installs solar system at Mumbai cricket stadium, Azuri and Unilever partner in Kenya to offer pay-as-you-go solar home lighting, BayWa r.e opens renewable energy control centre to support Asia Pacific
France has surpassed 7.7GW of solar installations, Northern Ireland’s largest PV plant has been sold to Greencoat, India’s 1st solar carport to be installed on a rooftop has been completed by Tata Power Solar.
Indian integrated solar firm Tata Power Solar has commissioned 2.67MW of grid-connected solar carports at Cochin International Airport in Kerala, which became the world’s first fully solar-powered airport in August 2015.
All eyes are on India after the historic solar bids seen in Madhya Pradesh earlier this month, but headline prices won’t solve the more entrenched problems of the sector. PV Tech caught up with Ashish Khanna, executive director and CEO, Tata Power Solar, at the firm’s Noida offices near New Delhi to garner a rational viewpoint from one of the world's pioneering solar manufacturers and India's top solar rooftop EPC player.