solar energy policy

Borrowing The Sun When It Should Be Free

By Hatem Hamam, head of sales, MENA, Vikram Solar   Let’s agree that the limited reserves of fossil fuel and its growing impact leading to environmental degradation highlights a very costly, dangerous, and unsatisfactory future for our world. It is easy to understand that as the fossil fuel reserves near depletion, the cost of fossil fuels …

September 27, 2018

China’s New Renewable Energy Policy and Its impact on India

China’s new renewable energy policy, which terminates approvals for new subsidized utility-scale PV power stations, has reduced the demand for solar components in world’s leading solar installer. Over the last decade, China created solar manufacturing scale and became the biggest supplier of solar equipment in the world. After gaining such a mantle, reducing its own …

August 27, 2018

New RPO Target Can Increase Solar Adoption But Only With Boosted Efforts

Government of India has made incredible strides in speeding up solar energy growth. Country’s recent initiative to revise the renewable purchase obligation (RPO) goals for up to FY 2012-22 is expected to improve solar adoption scenario. For FY19-20, solar electricity RPO is set at 7.25% and for FY20-21 solar RPO is set at 10.50%. This …

August 23, 2018

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