Dharmendra Kumar

Dharmendra Kumar

Dharmendra is an Analyst for the IHS Solar research group. His primary area of focus is the Indian PV market and the value chain from modules to EPC companies. Dharmendra closely follows PV project activity in India for the Solar Deal Tracker. He contributes with research and analysis to the global and regional reports for IHS Technology. Prior to joining Solar Energy research group, Dharmendra was an Analyst with IHS Janes & Fairplay (Defence & Maritime) teams. Dharmendra graduated from Bangalore University, India with an MSc. in Biological Sciences.


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PV Inverter Report - India - 2018

This is the first edition of the IHS Markit report on the India PV inverter industry, providing detailed forecasts and analysis of demand for PV inverters in India, and a comprehensive review of the challenges that face PV inverter suppliers in India.

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Solar tenders gaining pace in India in 2018

In the first quarter 2018, the pace of tender announcements in India has picked up after a slow end of 2017.Out of 6.55 GW of PV tenders announced in the first three months of 2018, 2.58 GW were awarded to developers through reverse bidding. The remaining capacity will be awarded in the second quarter. This is a significant increase compared to the fourth quarter of 2017, when only 1.37 GW of tenders were awarded.

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Safeguard duty investigation on PV imports clouds India outlook

While anti-dumping measures are evaluated in India (see insight India anti-dumping duties petition adds on to PV module procurement woes) with the verdict expected by the second half of 2018, on 19 December 2017, India notified the WTO's Committee on Safeguards of a safeguard investigation on solar cells, whether or not assembled in modules or panels. In early January, the Directorate General of Safeguards (DGS) proposed a Provisional Safeguard Duty (PSD) of 70% on PV cells and modules from China and Malaysia, and possibly also Taiwan and Singapore, for 200 days.

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