Trina Solar impacted by safeguard duty
The Indian Government’s decision of imposing safeguard duty on solar panels and modules imported from China and Malaysia has left its impact on Trina Solar, a Chinese solar module maker.
Safeguard Duty: A Trade Barrier
The domestic manufacturers have had a long history of conflict against the imported solar components as foreign (Chinese) suppliers continued dumping solar components in India at a much lower rate than the existing market price. Therefore, the domestic manufacturers requesting the Government of India to safeguard the domestic industry growth was quite a valid appeal.
Tata Power offers wide range of services in rooftop
From advice and financing to installation and maintenance, Tata Power Company will be offering its wide range of services in order to increase its share of the market for rooftop solar panels.
JinkoSolar’s net profit of Q2 increases 2653 per cent from Q1
driven by continuous demand and new product launches, JinkoSolar’s gross profit increased 11 per cent and the net profit of Q2 saw an increase of 2653 per cent from the previous quarter and 109 per cent increase from the second quarter of 2017.
Odisha solar auction sees lower tariffs
After imposing safeguard duty on solar panels and modules, Odisha’s 200 MW solar auction witnessed lower tariffs ranging between Rs 2.79- Rs 3.20 per unit.
Solar-powered streetlights for BDA project
Streetlights in Bareilly Development Authority’s Ramganga Nagar Awasiya Yojana will be powered with solar power panels having a capacity of around 50 KW.
Carlill Energy: Detecting problems using thermal imaging cameras
When solar energy panels threaten to fail, defects will usually generate heat. Luckily for Carlill Energy, because the company has successfully adopted the use of thermal imaging cameras to detect and identify problems with photovoltaic (PV) cells, junction boxes and grid network connections in a very early stage.
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