Coronavirus disruption highlights risk of external dependence


28 February 2020 |

The Ministry of Finance has clarified that projects affected by the Coronavirus breakout would be given relief by way of extensions in project completion timelines under Force Majeure provisions. The announcement is not a surprise as the resultant business disruption, clearly outside the control of the project developers or the equipment suppliers, has severely impacted equipment shipments and installation activity. Module, inverter and other material shipments are delayed across the board and there is no clear visibility over how long the disruption would last.


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