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VINAY RUSTAGI | 18 July 2018

The Directorate General of Trade Remedies (DGTR), Ministry of Commerce and Industry, has issued its final decision on the safeguard duty petition by domestic cell and module manufacturers. It has recommended a safeguard duty on imports of all cells and...

BRIDGE TO INDIA | 14 May 2018

India’s largest RE developer, ReNew Power, recently completed acquisition of Ostro Energy, a wind and solar project developer with a total portfolio of 1,108 MW. The acquisition, the largest in the sector so far, makes ReNew Power by far the...

BRIDGE TO INDIA | 19 February 2018

Since announcement of preliminary findings by Director General of Safeguards (DGS) last month, a decision on provisional safeguard duty has been anxiously awaited by the Indian solar industry. We understand that the government is leaning towards a 20-25% duty and...

VINAY RUSTAGI | 12 January 2018

India’s Director General of Safeguards (DGS) has proposed a provisional duty of 70% for a period of 200 days on solar cells and modules. It has issued its recommendations in a preliminary report, completed within just a month of submission...

BRIDGE TO INDIA | 29 August 2016

Chinese module suppliers increased their share of the Indian solar PV market, which added a total capacity of 3.6 GW in the past 12 months (refer), to 75%, up from around 50% in the previous 12 months. In contrast, the...

Jasmeet Khurana | 18 May 2016

With a target of 100 GW, India is hoping to get 8% of its power requirements from solar PV by 2022. In comparison, Germany got around 7.5%[1] of its power consumption from solar PV in 2015 and China is still...

Shivansh Tyagi | 01 August 2012

Is the Indian grid ready for expansion to renewable energy? Mr. Shivansh Tyagi specializes in project development policy and project finance as Consultant in the Solar Project Development team at BRIDGE TO INDIA. He interest lies heavily in tracking the development...