Opinion & analysis

10 February 2014 | Jan Clyncke | Comment now

Photovoltaic industry adapts as mandatory recycling rules kick in

It's no longer just a green thing to do: starting in February the collection, transport and recycling as well as its related financing and administration of discarded end-of-life photovoltaic panels is EU law.

16 January 2014 | Jasmeet Khurana | Comment now

India now needs to focus more on implementation than announcements

In 2013, India saw a solar PV capacity addition of 905 MW. At the end of 2013, India’s cumulative installed capacity stood at 2,123 MW. The first quarter of 2013 saw the largest capacity addition for the year at 408 MW.

18 December 2013 | Bhupesh Trivedi | Comment now

India: A solar market you cannot afford to ignore

India is difficult to do business with. But, that is hugely overshadowed by the opportunities the country offers to international businesses, particularly in solar.

15 November 2013 | Karl-Heinz Remmers | 2 comments

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?

07 November 2013 | Markus Schlueter | Comment now

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.

22 October 2013 | Akhilesh Magal | Comment now

Waiting for the sun

Challenges in India's private PPA market

21 October 2013 | Rahul Walawalkar | One comment

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.

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