Indian Green Energy Revolution: The Remedy to IT Job Slump

For a country to grow, it must substantiate growth and engagement for its common man, as the productivity of common man ascertains the ascent of a country, socially and economically. And countries have made incredible strides in search of the perfect social mechanism (jobs) that can engage majority of the population and forward the society…

Solar Anti-Dumping: The Question We Must Answer for Industry Favored Resolution

Office of the Directorate General of Anti-Dumping (DGAD) presiding over the hearing of anti-dumping petition on 12th of December, can be considered another step in favor of domestic manufacturers towards demand creation within domestic industry. Domestic manufacturers have had a long history (nearly 5 years) of conflict against imported modules and cells. While India kept…

Proposed Blanket Safeguard Duty- Set to Affect Domestic Manufacturing

The news of The Director General (Safeguards) recommending to impose 70% safeguard duty on imported solar panels and cells has created a commotion within Indian solar industry. Domestic manufacturers have had a long history (nearly 5 years) of conflict against imported solar components, as foreign (Chinese) suppliers continued dumping solar components in India at a…

Solar Industry 2018: Opportunities Exist, More Efforts Needed

Solar industry is growing globally and the year 2017 has been the year of expansion for solar. China led the growth spectrum by adding 52 GW of new solar installations in 2017, while US (12.5 GW), India (~6 GW), Japan (5.8 GW), Germany (2.2 GW) took positions respectively. Australia, South Korea, Chile, and Turkey also…

US Safeguard Duty on Solar: Situation analysis

The move by United States of America to protect its domestic solar industry from imported modules has created unrest in the global solar market. Similar exercise to protect domestic solar producers is underway in India against dumped imports from China, Malaysia and Taiwan. The proposed US Safeguard measures are not likely to affect exports from…