The Art Of Signing PPAs As An Electricity Producer

This post originally appeared on the United Kingdom-based PV Insider website. It is reprinted here with permission. By Ritesh Gupta Photos Courtesy of SolarReserve and Lesedi Power Co. How should electricity producers go about signing emerging market power purchase agreements (PPAs)? We assess what needs to be done in markets, such as India, to combat

A Tripartite Trade War

When SolarWorld Americas decided to file an unfair trade practices complaint against China for dumping solar panels into the U.S. market, I’m sure they weren’t expecting to start an international incident. But according to an article in Bloomberg Businessweek, that just could happen. Reports are that India is considering joining in the ITC complaint, but

G. K. Prasanna (left), president of Wipro EcoEnergy and David Chu (right), chief executive officer of DuPont Apollo.

Companies collaborate to supply thin film PV for India

Chinese thin film manufacturer DuPont Apollo has formed an agreement with Indian supply company Wipro EcoEnergy to supply silicon-based thin film tandem photovoltaic (PV) modules for Wipro EcoEnergy’s upcoming grid-based solar power projects. Under the terms of this supply agreement, DuPont Apollo will provide Wipro EcoEnergy with thin film PV modules. The first phase of

India is becoming a leader in renewable energy

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Has Vision Of A “Green India”

Not only is India is one of the fastest growing countries in the world, they are also becoming a leader in the field of green energy. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh drafted the National Action Plan on Climate Change (NAPCC), which specifies eight different missions to promote development objectives that would also address climate change. The