The renewable energy sector is quite content with GST provisions. Contrary to earlier fears of sale of solar equipment – panels, modules and inverters – being taxed at high rates, the GST on such sales has been set at 5 per cent.
India’s latest solar auction, one of the biggest in the country, drew a surprisingly enthusiastic response with a big chunk of the 1,500 MW of projects on offer won by a state-owned mining company.
A petition filed by the Indian Solar Manufacturers Association (ISMA) calling on India’s Directorate General of Anti-Dumping (DGAD) to introduce anti-dumping (AD) tariffs on solar imports from China, Taiwan and Malaysia comes at a critical time for the country’s solar industry, says Mercom Capital Group.
India is staying true to its ambitious renewable energy targets by showing a steady growth in renewable energy installations in India, which as of April 2017 account for 17.5 percent of the total energy source.
India’s RE sector is clearly the focus of investors. Impressive growth estimates being predicted by experts. Mercom and Bridge to India Forecasts 8-9 GW of Solar Installations in India for 2017. For 2016, Solar Installations to Come in at around 4 GW
India’s renewable energy sector especially solar and wind projects have clearly emerged as the two fronts drawing maximum investments with an intact and impressive growth story being predicted by exper
The Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) auctioned 100 MW of grid-connected solar photovoltaic (PV) capacity under the domestic content requirement (DCR) category at Ananthapuramu solar park in Andhra Pradesh, Mercom Capital Group, llc. (Austin, TX, U.S.) reports.
Cumulative solar installations in India have reached 8,643 MW as of September 2016.
Cumulative solar installations in India have reached 8,643 MW as of September 2016. In this calendar year itself, it is expected that solar installations will reach about 4.8 GW .
Mercom Capital Group, llc, a global clean energy communications and consulting firm, released its report on funding and merger