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SC Solar signs PV production equipment deal with India’s Reliance

SC Solar has secured a $41.78 million PV production equipment supply contract from Reliance New Energy Solar Ltd.

Arctech signs 2.8 GW solar tracker deal in India

The China-based solar tracking and mounting solutions specialist has secured the order to supply 2.8 GW of its SkyLine II single-axis solar trackers for a PV project in the Indian state of Gujarat.

Ernst & Young again ranks India as world’s most attractive solar market

India is the top market for solar investment, according to the latest edition of Ernst & Young’s renewables attractiveness index. Spain, Germany and the United States are the top three markets for corporate power purchase agreements (PPAs).


India terminates solar cell anti-dumping probe

India’s Directorate General of Trade Remedies, an entity under the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, has terminated an anti-dumping probe into solar cells coming from China, Thailand, and Vietnam as domestic manufacturers withdraw the application.


Longi eyes green hydrogen market in India   

Longi is entering the green hydrogen market in India with its alkaline electrolyzer offerings. It will also roll a next-generation Hi-MO solar module later this year, which, it says, will outshine all the prevailing panel technologies. 


“n-type module launch reflects our commitment to India”

China’s Trina Solar has shipped more than 8 GW of solar modules to India. It is looking to strengthen its foothold in the market with the launch of n-type PV modules.

Sungrow surpasses 14 GW milestone in India

The Chinese solar inverter manufacturer has shipped more than 14 GW of inverters in India since entering the market in 2014.  

Trina Solar showcases n-type bifacial module at REI Expo 2022

Trina Solar introduced its n-type bifacial module with a peak power output of 685 W in the Indian market.  


The long read: Integrated solar manufacturing giants emerge

The giants of the Chinese PV industry are now integrated along both ends of the supply chain, amid expectations for strong demand and price volatility. Module makers are adding polysilicon capacity, while poly and wafer producers are making module production a part of their business. But do companies still face the same risks that have brought down vertically integrated solar giants in the past? Vincent Shaw reports from Shanghai.

GaoRun hires former Wuxi Lead executive

GaoRun, a China-based supplier of automated solar module production equipment, has appointed Hitesh Tungal as the vice president of its global business, effective from Sept. 1. The company has also decided to open an office in India.

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