Tuesday, 18 Oct 2016
India is planning to come out with a $3.1 billion package to the domestic solar manufacturing industry. It is aimed at helping the industry thrive and at the same time create an export industry.
Monday, 25 Jul 2016
In another six or seven weeks, the World Trade Organization (WTO) is supposed to publish a decision that could strongly impact the course of the Indian solar industry for next few years to come.
Top Solar Modules Listing – July 2022 by @TaiyangNews: @MaxeonSolar stays put on top as @AkcomeSolar enters list on 4th rank with high-power 700 W HJT module with 22.5% ... efficiency; Product count of Top Solar Modules in July increased from 25 to 26 #solarpv https://taiyangnews.info/top-modules/top-solar-modules-listing-july-2022/
Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company @Masdar has entered a joint development agreement with state owned Tanzania Electric Supply Company Ltd @tanescoyetutz to develop 2 GW ... #renewableenergy projects in the African country, comprising #solarpv and onshore wind https://taiyangnews.info/markets/masdar-tanescos-2-gw-re-deal-for-tanzania/
The Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company has turned offtaker for #solarpower to be generated by a 100 MW PV project with 40 MWh of battery storage, to be ... realized by Matshela Energy owned by ex-Eskom CEO @koko_matshela #Zimbabwe https://taiyangnews.info/business/100-mw-solar-energy-ppa-signed-in-zimbabwe/
#NorthAmerica PV Snippets: @BASF enters VPPAs for 250 MW RE; @PowerRevolve's 250 MW PV & storage gets @BLMNational approval; PPA for 200 MW for @EdpRenewables; @AlbertaMetis ... moving ahead with 4.86 MW solar plant; TurningPoint Energy expands in Delaware https://taiyangnews.info/markets/north-america-pv-news-snippets-38/
India’s newly added #solarpv capacity during H1/2022 grew 71% annually to 8.359 GW, according to @ResearchJmk, setting it on course to exit 2022 with some 20 GW installed, ... comprising 16.5 GW utility scale and 3.5 GW rooftop solar PV #solarenergy #India https://taiyangnews.info/business/8-4-gw-indias-h1-2022-solar-installations/