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PM Surya Ghar Muft Bijli Yojana: Challenges and Solutions

Mandating stringent quality and performance standards is imperative to safeguard consumers from potential exploitation in the burgeoning rooftop solar market. The technology to do this exists, but we need to see if the will is there.

Solar industry grapples with oversupply and uncertainty

The solar industry stands at a critical juncture. Oversupply, regulatory hurdles, and technological advancements are all reshaping the landscape. Manufacturers must adapt swiftly, balancing production with demand while navigating the complexities of global trade.

Stepping up critical mineral production remains crucial for India’s energy security: ICRA

Advancement in mineral processing and beneficiation technology remains critical for commercialisation of domestic critical mineral resources.

China’s solar dominance set to continue amid price slide

With solar module oversupply triggering a price freefall in 2023 and no recovery in sight, market consolidation, inventory pile-up, technology shifts, and challenges to reshoring PV manufacturing are set to affect all levels of the solar supply chain.

China’s clean tech dominance threatens global market stability

The influx of affordable Chinese green products is pressuring local industries in major economies, particularly the U.S. and Europe, driving down prices and potentially stifling domestic innovation due to competitive disadvantages.


Solar bloodbath: Titans clash in ruthless price war

The ongoing price war between top global suppliers could catalyse more competitive solar panel pricing in the Indian market, potentially leading to an increase in solar adoption at both the commercial and residential levels.

ACME and Japan’s IHI sign pact to supply green ammonia from India to Japan

ACME Group has signed an offtake agreement with Japan’s IHI Corp. for its green ammonia project in Odisha. The pact covers the supply of 0.4 mmtpa (million metric tons per annum) of green ammonia from Phase-1 of Acme’s Gopalpur project on a long-term basis.

Red Sea tensions set to drive up solar module prices

The costs of transporting a container from China to Rotterdam have already almost tripled due to ongoing tensions in the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden. Houthi militants have been attacking merchant ships there for weeks, preventing them from entering the Red Sea and transiting through the Suez Canal.

GIFT City advances on platform for hydrogen trading

The Gujarat International Finance Tec-City (GIFT City) has partnered with the Indian Gas Exchange (IGX) and Gujarat State Petroleum Corp. (GSPC) to establish a global hydrogen trading mechanism.

Solar energy as the change maker in rural India

To scale the adoption of clean technologies in rural areas, we need to focus more on leveraging the experience of early women adopters. We should organise hyperlocal events and demos – create spaces for women to network and become aware.

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