Taking a step ahead after the recent quality control order, the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) has now issued another order which specifies the requirements for compulsory registration of solar module manufacturers in the country.
The new order is aimed at reducing India’s dependence on solar imports and making it self-sufficient with an expansive manufacturing base covering solar wafers, cells, and modules.
The MNRE will enlist eligible models and manufacturers of solar modules and publish the same in a list called the ‘Approved List of Models and Manufacturers (ALMM)’.
The present instructions are being issued for solar modules based on crystalline silicon technology. Similar instructions will be issued for solar PV modules based on alternative materials and technologies. Read More
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