Opinion & analysis
The Indian solar market: Separating the action from the noise
Jasmeet Khurana of consultancy and research firm Bridge to India examines the fundamentals of India's solar capacity demand in view of the government's proposed 100 GW target.
Default over design: How India will really grow its solar industry
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 matter? No.
How Modi’s government created a win-win situation for domestic and foreign module manufacturers
Modi’s government is ensuring that foreign equipment suppliers and investors remain confident on the solar sector while at the same time domestic module manufacturers get their due share.
Solar energy and Finland -- do they match?
Finland is not known best as a sunny place. Instead images of winter wonderland and Santa Claus probably come to mind. Contrary to some people’s beliefs, there are no polar bears walking on the streets, and the sun does indeed shine in Finland. Actually, during the summer, the sun doesn't set practically at all.
10-year market review
Martin Schachinger of pvXchange looks back at the last 10 years that have passed since pvXchange was established, offering a review of the very unsettled development of the German and European photovoltaic market since 2004.
Administrative hurdles raise bar on quick resolution of US-China PV products trade dispute
Gary Glisson of U.S. law firm Stoel Rives LLP examines the challenges facing a negotiated settlement between the two countries.
The time for investing in renewable powered storage in India is here
India's growing renewable power capacity is set to open up a major market for new storage technologies that reshape the country's energy sector, says Bridge to India's Jasmeet Khurana.