Opinion & analysis
Critique of China solar anti-dumping tariff: Part II
In 2012, a U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) anti-dumping trade case was brought against the Chinese solar photovoltaic manufacturing industry, which has since increased the price of solar modules by 10%.
What Modi's victory means for solar in India
Tobias Engelmeier of Bridge to India examines the solar track record of India's new prime minister, Narendra Modi, and what the local industry could expect from the former prime minister of Gujarat.
Proposed US anti-dumping case has no merit
The proposed U.S. solar anti-dumping tariff: The case has zero basis given that the industry has returned to profitability.
India's solar market is emerging from a slump with the NSM and 'group solar parks'
The Indian market is in an ongoing, long-term transition. Most developers still rely on policy driven projects to meet their capacity targets.
Waiting for lower module prices: Is the minimum import price reduction already making an impact?
The answer has to be yes! Many Asian manufacturers are already openly discussing price cuts, which had, however, already been gradually introduced some time ago -- but more on that later.
The changing dynamics of India's National Solar Mission
The results of India's National Solar Mission (NSM) Phase II Batch I were announced on February 21. Overall, the 750 MW scheme was oversubscribed by nearly three times and there were some surprising and positive results.
The Indian solar residential market is at the cusp of taking off
Karanraj Chaudri of Bridge to India examines India's rooftop market, which is set to grow dramatically in view of increasing demand and the recent introduction of new incentives, such as state-level net-metering policies.