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India’s 1.2 GW solar tender oversubscribed by 2.3 GW

Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) has received a total of 3.5 GW in bids from major firms for the country's 1.2 GW solar power tender

Americas to depose Asia as top solar PV inverter market

The value of the global solar photovoltaic inverters market will almost halve over the next five years as the balance of power in the sector shifts from Asia to the Americas.

India proposes potential 70 per cent tariff on solar imports

Regulators in India are considering a proposal for legislation that could have a massive impact on Chinese and domestic solar manufacturers and the progress of the sector generally.

India power minister talks up $100bn renewable energy ambitions

India's Minister for Power, Coal and New & Renewable Energy, Piyush Goyal, talks about the country's energy challenges and aspirations.

Is India’s vision for solar power becoming reality?

India's huge solar ambitions have just grown a whole lot  larger, but can the Modi administration turn its soaring goals into grid parity?

Sunny Side Up

Despite several obstacles the solar industry faces on its way to grid parity, the sector's prospects are sunny.

Sunrise in the East

Solar power looks set to become a greater part of the energy mix in Asia.


China Gezhouba Group Corp plans to build a $500m, 1000 MW coal fired power plant in Malawi, Africa, which suffers from frequent power shortages.