Tag: domestic content requirement


RenewSys plans to eventually increase its solar cell production capacity to 500 MW per year.


Even as India lost review of an earlier WTO decision that found mandatory use of Indian-made solar equipment against international norms, leading project developers in the country placed lowest-ever bids for projects based on domestic content requirement. Solar Energy Corporation Read more…


Indian solar module manufacturers may get a phycological boost as the country’s largest solar power project using Indian-made equipment was recently commissioned. One of the Indian largest integrated solar companies, Tata Power Solar, a subsidiary of Tata Power has announced Read more…


Earlier this year, the US requested consultations with India pursuant to World Trade Organization (WTO) rules concerning domestic content requirements under India’s Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission for solar cells and solar modules. Specifically, the request for consultations alleges that Read more…


As prices for solar energy continue to drop and reach grid parity in some regions, the ongoing battle over domestic sourcing of materials continues to grow. Ahead of the next round of auctions in India under the Jawaharlal Nehru Solar Read more…


Brant County Power, Inc. (Brant Power), has created a new division called Brant Renewable Energy (Brant Renewable) to help the communities it serves take advantage of the benefits of Ontario’s feed-in tariff (FIT) and microFIT programs. The new division will Read more…


The Ontario Power Authority’s feed-in tariff program is quite popular in the province, which explains the increasing number of solar projects and the growing need for solar certification courses to train qualified installers.  Nevertheless, the program is being strongly criticized by Japan, who Read more…

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