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Interview: Indian manufacturers request upstream commitment

Floating PV plant.

India's solar manufacturers are pushing the government to incorporate domestic production across the PV supply chain as a part of its 100 GW plans. pv magazine speaks to Vikram Solar President and CTO Ivan Saha speaks to pv...


Default over design: How India will really grow its solar industry

Tobias Engelmeier

Can India achieve 100 GW of solar in five years? Technically: yes – if politicians are willing to put enough support behind it. Realistically: not likely – there is still no strategy in place for achieving this number. Does that...


Administrative hurdles raise bar on quick resolution of US-China PV products trade dispute

Gary Glisson, Stoel Rives LLP

Gary Glisson of U.S. law firm Stoel Rives LLP examines the challenges facing a negotiated settlement between the two countries.


The pv magazine weekly news digest

A solar rooftop in Athens.

Big predictions, the U.S. public embraces solar, which is likely to come more and more from China, the Indian government punishes lack of punctuality and there's some positive news from Egypt.


US Commerce decision welcomed in China, American downstream market to benefit

Yingli U.S. PV installatino

Update: "In short, this is a setback for SolarWorld and a big win for the Chinese manufacturers," says GTM Research Senior Vice President Shayle Kann.


Chinese exporters receive boost from US Commerce Department

US-China flags

More than 20 Chinese PV manufacturers could benefit from dramatically lowered dumping margins following the Commerce Department's administrative review of AD duties covering 2012-2013.


PV installations in 2015 to reach 54.5 GW

China, Japan and the United States will continue to lead global solar installations in the coming year. Raj Prabhu, CEO and co-founder of Mercom Capital Group, examines the leading PV markets in 2015.


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