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Return to growth: Given the mismatch between tariffs and risks, few new renewable IPPs being created

Power tariffs had declined significantly in 2016-17, ensuring price competitiveness. However, since then, RE sector risks have increased. Chhatrasal in a remarked that ‘The renewables sector in India is near-death. Capacity addition has markedly slowed down in this financial year. Few projects are achieving financial closure, and so, few projects are getting complete.’ (bit.ly/34I1JQr, FE, […]

Court Temporarily Halts Trump Administration’s U-Turn on Bifacial Solar Modules

The bifacial solar module exemption lives to fight another day in a provisional win for developers like Invenergy. A bid from renewables developer Invenergy to temporarily pause the Trump administration’s abrupt decision to reimpose tariffs on bifacial solar panels has been granted. The Trump administration granted bifacial panels an exemption from the broader U.S. solar […]

Trump Gets Manufacturing Win as Hanwha Q Cells Opens US Solar Factory

The country’s largest solar production facility officially opens Friday in Georgia, with the Trump administration expected to be in attendance. A representative of the Trump administration and Georgia Governor Brian Kemp will converge on Dalton, Georgia on Friday to celebrate a U.S. manufacturing win, as Hanwha Q Cells officially opens its solar module manufacturing facility […]