India loses WTO case India has lost its fight at WTO to USA, in a case where it has reserved a portion of its large solar procurement contracts for domestically produced solar cells and modules. Note India is not the first country to put in domestic content requirements for large government tenders. Ontario, China, USA […]

TSMC gives up Thin Film The largest Taiwanese semiconductor company TSMC has also thrown in the towel with regards to solar thin film technology. After sinking in more than $300 million of investment and more than 6 years of R&D development, TSMC is going to shut down its CIGS efforts and get out of solar […]

Gujarat Solar Policy 2015 The 2009 solar policy of Gujarat entailed installations of upto 1 GW with a total investment of INR 9000 crore. It is believed that the state alone has the appetite to install 10 GW of solar power. Hence the state‚Äôs new solar policy is out which will further encourage more solar […]

Suntech collaborates with Adanis again Suntech was chosen once again by the Adani group in India to supply to its upcoming solar project in the southern state of Tamil Nadu in India. Suntech and Adains had entered into an agreement to supply solar panels to its solar project in Gujarat in July 2015. Approximately a […]

Solar Cities in India India moves in track to have first of its green and clean solar cities in the country. With rapid development and urbanization, there has been a rising demand for energy in the cities of India. The MNRE had selected 60 cities in India where renewable energy forms could be adopted to […]

Trina, Jinko, JA and Canadian Solars’ Q2 2015 Performance The global solar markets are soaring high with rising demand led by China, US and India in the second quarter of 2015. Pursuant to the high demand, the industry has become more dynamic with expansion in capacity, upward guidance revision and new facilities coming up in […]