The appellate body of the World Trade Organization (WTO) is expected to give its verdict on an appeal by India in its solar mission dispute with the US by September, a senior government official sa

Data released by the government suggests that the average size of Indian solar cell and module manufacturing unit is just about 86 MW and 69 MW respectively per annum.

India plans to use bilateral meetings to target the issue of subsidies that the US gives to its own solar programmes, as New Delhi seeks to overcome the setback at the WTO where it lost a case to W

In the concluding part of a two-part series, Business Standard looks at the bright spots of the green energy sector as well as the looming threats

Stung by the February 2016 judgement of the World Trade Organization (WTO) that India’s rules over use of domestically manufactured solar power equipment violate international trade rules, the gove

Despite the sector’s efforts to inch closer to grid parity, disruptive bidding games, a negative WTO panel ruling and a dependency on land availability and evacuation facilities for success puts in

China has voiced support for India's decision to file an appeal against a recent WTO ruling which held the government's power purchase agreements with solar firms as "inconsistent" with internation

Charging the Western nations with adopting double standards in their approach to climate change, Indian Power Minister Piyush Goyal on Tuesday urged them to "show some magnanimity" and keep renewab

Vanderbilt University Professor says raising a formal dispute with the US might be useful

The budgetary proposal to double the coal cess will make solar power more competitive by increasing the cost of the dry fuel, a report by Mercom Capital Group today said, adding increased cost may

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