The ministry of new and renewable energy has redefined quality norms for photovoltaic (PV) cells and panels in order to contain cheap products from hampering the National Solar Mission.
According to the renewable energy ministry’s Solar Photovoltaics, Systems, Devices and Components Goods (Requirements for Compulsory Registration) Order, 2017, the government will allow the of sale solar equipment and components only if they are registered and approved by the Bureau of Indian Standards – a move that industry executives say can help domestic manufacturers and discourage imports of inferior Chinese gear.
Sub-standard or defective goods that do not conform to the specified standard shall be disposed of as scrap. These norms will be valid for a year. Read More…
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