Opinion & analysis
Are certifiers now responsible for defective modules?
The findings of a Toulon court in relation to the PIP breast implant scandal have a direct relevance to the solar industry. Isn't it about time module certifiers took action when products come up short?
A look at Indonesia's new solar energy purchase regulations
Markus Schlueter of the law firm Rödl & Partner in Cologne, Germany, outlines the necessary steps to take part in Indonesia's newly introduced renewable energy capacity auction program.
Waiting for the sun
Challenges in India's private PPA market
India: 20 GW of energy storage by 2020
Rahul Walawalkar, executive director of India Energy Storage Alliance (IESA) and VP for Pennsylvania-based consultants Customized Energy Solutions, explains why India will have a 15-20 GW storage market by 2020.
Fog receding: the Indian solar picture becomes clearer
Jasmeet Khurana, head of market intelligence at Bridge to India, outlines how India's National Solar Mission has slowly overcome its roadblocks and begun making a real impact on the nation's solar landscape.
India's current account deficit likely to derail national solar mission
The rising current account deficit (CAD) of India is likely to derail the country’s ambitious National Solar Mission.
Storage and solar's missing links
The energy storage market has had its fair share of troubles, as has the solar market but the combination of the two technologies remains a fairly murky area.