India Nuclear Energy India has a massive power deficit issue, which requires it to expand using all available fuel sources both green and non-green. The last government placed a huge emphasis on growing nuclear energy signing a landmark deal with USA, which broke its pariah status. Despite the numerous deals signed with uranium suppliers as […]

New Duties on China It seems that China cannot get a break from large duties and trade sanctions being imposed on it by other major trading blocs. USA was the first country to impose large sanctions of solar panels imported from the USA, but the Chinese producers soon found a workaround using Taiwan made solar […]

Solar Rooftop India India is looking to aggressively increase the installations of solar rooftop plants on water canals crisscrossing the country. India had built its first 1 MW solar canal rooftop plant in Gujarat, when the current PM Modi was the CM of the province. This plant had proved to be enormously successful as it […]

GCL Poly which is by far the world’s largest seller and producer of solar wafers has dropped its plan of selling its wafer manufacturing plants to a group of investors led by its promoters. The company was looking to sell its wafer units for $1.3 billion to reduce its large debt burden. The company had […]

45 GW Solar Demand in 2014 The total global solar demand is expected to come at 45 GW, which is roughly the middle point of the 40-50 GW expected at the end of 2013. China is expected to come lower, as the installation has been only 3.79 GW by October 2014. The country can at […]

Procter & Gamble Procter & Gamble (PG) is amongst the leading consumer goods companies globally. It came into existence in 1837. The company has presence in more than 180 countries today, serving around 5 billion people across the globe. The company is a leading house hold brand name owning more than 180 brands currently. Though […]