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CSE PRESS NOTE: Who is the one not playing by the rules – India or the US?

US charges that India’s National Solar Mission is discriminating against foreign solar companies

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US charges that India’s National Solar Mission is discriminating against foreign solar companies

CSE roundtable discussion with stakeholders on the draft policy document of the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission, Phase II

Centre for Science & Environment organised a discussion on the recently released draft policy document on the second phase of the national solar mission on 22 December, 2012. Representatives from the industry, NGOs and state government attended the discussion.

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Going Remote

India suffers from chronic energy poverty. Even after 65 years of independence, one-third of India's households have no access to grid power. More than a million households go dark after sunset.

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Facing the Sun

Grid-connected solar power is a new and rapidly growing sector in India – from almost nil grid- connected solar power in 2009, the country will have 2.5 gigawatts (GW) by 2014, if all goes as per plan. It has already installed about 1.0 GW and the Union government plans to install 20 GW by 2022.

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Top Down To Earth stories

How will solar energy be made to work in India? As I discussed in my previous article there are three key challenges.
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Change power generation configuration to stabilise the grid

By: Chandra Bhushan

Two consecutive days of grid collapse has left almost half of India’s population without power.

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CSE responds to United States OPIC and Exim Bank – on the use of climate finance to kill the Indian solar panel industry

The United States Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) and the US Exim Bank have evaded any response to the central contention of the recent release from Centre for Science and Environment (http://www.cseindia.org/content/us-using-climate-finance-kill-indian-sol... ). Both have chosen to remain silent on use of climate ‘fast start financing’ to give subsidised loans to Indian project developers who buy equipment from US producers, thus undermining the Indian domestic manufacturing industry.

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