Antidumping in India: The threat of India’s government imposing antidumping duties (ADD) against solar cells and modules from China, Taiwan, and Malaysia is very real, and runs counter to its own ambitions of hitting 100 GW of solar by 2022. Or does it? Could duties help to boost India’s solar sector in other ways? And does the ongoing political uncertainty create opportunity or trepidation for industry?
Delhi’s dense smog regularly dulls the Indian capital’s shine, with the World Health Organization stating that spending a day in the city can be akin to smoking 50 cigarettes. Efforts to curb emissions are being stepped up.
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