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Making unsubsidized PV work in India

14 August 2012 | Tobias Engelmeier

Dr. Tobias Engelmeier is founder and Managing Director at BRIDGE TO INDIA. He consults international companies in developing successful market strategies in India.  The following post analyses the state of the PV ‘Market’ in India. The ‘Market’ forms one part of BRIDGE TO INDIA’s INDIA SOLAR...

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India needs a better innovation ecosystem

09 August 2012 | Tobias Engelmeier

Dr. Tobias Engelmeier is founder and Managing Director at BRIDGE TO INDIA. He consults international companies in developing successful market strategies in India. The US Bell Labs or the

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Is the Indian grid ready for expansion to renewable energy?

01 August 2012 | Shivansh Tyagi

Mr. Shivansh Tyagi specializes in project development policy and project finance as Consultant in the Solar Project Development team at BRIDGE TO INDIA. He interest lies heavily in tracking the development of power infrastructure in India.  Two major grid collapses in less than 48 hours – this is the worst power crisis India has ever seen, affecting 19 states and about 600 million...

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REC Regulations – Dark clouds preventing a sunny market

26 July 2012 | Shivansh Tyagi

Mr. Shivansh Tyagi specializes in project development policy and project finance as Consultant in the Solar Project Development team at BRIDGE TO INDIA. Under the National Action Plan on Climate Change (NAPCC), the government has made it mandatory for particular obligated consumers to consume a part of their total consumption from renewable sources under Renewable Purchase Obligations (RPOs)....

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Viability of the REC mechanism for solar projects in India

20 July 2012 | Akhilesh Magal

Akhilesh Magal heads the Project Development team as a Senior Consultant at BRIDGE TO INDIA. He will be speaking on ‘Viability of REC projects in India’ at REaction2012 on 26th July 2012 at the Chennai Trade Centre. This...

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Understanding the PV landscape in India

18 July 2012 | Mohit Anand

Mr. Mohit Anand heads the Market Intelligence team as Senior Consultant at BRIDGE TO INDIA. Together with his team, he is responsible for the INDIA SOLAR NAVIGATOR, India’s only dedicated online...

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With the falling rupee, will international export financing remain a viable option for Indian developers?

16 July 2012 | Mohit Anand

Mr. Mohit Anand heads the Market Intelligence team as Senior Consultant at BRIDGE TO INDIA. Mr. Anand will be speaking on the ‘PV Landscape in India’ at the PV Manufacturing Summit in New Delhi on August 1st...

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Can Indian and Tier-1 Chinese manufacturers beat the current low prices in the Indian market?

10 July 2012 | Mohit Anand

Mr. Mohit Anand, Senior Consultant, BRIDGE TO INDIA, will be speaking on the ‘PV Landscape in India’ at the PV Manufacturing Summit in New Delhi on August 1st 2012. The Indian PV manufacturing industry is in...

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The July 2012 India Solar Compass: Key findings from the market this quarter

04 July 2012 | Mohit Anand

Mr. Mohit Anand heads the Market Intelligence team as senior consultant at BRIDGE TO INDIA. The INDIA SOLAR COMPASS July 2012 brings you updates and analyses from Indian solar policies,...

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What India can learn from the US in building its solar industry: Financing

03 July 2012 | Jasmeet Khurana

Mr. Jasmeet Khurana covers projects as a consultant in the Market Intelligence team at BRIDGE TO INDIA. India is promoting large utility-scale installations in solar to achieve the targets under the National Solar Mission (NSM). Distributed generation, which holds the true potential for Indian conditions, has...

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Quo Vadis, India II: Fragile political environment and darkening investment climate

02 July 2012 | Oliver Herzog

WRITTEN BY OLIVER HERZOG & DORJE WULF – QUO VADIS, INDIA SERIES 2/4 Despite the many structural problems in India’s economy, urgently needed reforms in terms of economic liberalization, budget consolidation and government effectiveness seem to have been put on hold recently. In addition, erratic political decision-making has contributed to an unpredictable investment...

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Indian projects face a high risk of losing module warranties: Abound Solar bankruptcy

02 July 2012 | Jasmeet Khurana

Mr. Jasmeet Khurana covers projects and financing as a consultant in the Market Intelligence team at BRIDGE TO INDIA.  The bankruptcy announcement by Abound Solar has highlighted the risk of projects losing their module warranties as module manufacturers across the world fail. Two projects in India are using Abound Solar modules and they will have to face the liability if the technology...

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