Solar Modules are Getting Cleared through Customs With Some Delays

Solar Modules are Getting Cleared through Customs With Some Delays

Following the escalated border tension between India and China, the security checks at the ports are going on in full swing. Imported equipment and parts are being checked for malware, ...
India-China Border Tension Begins Affecting Domestic Solar Projects Adversely

India-China Border Tension Begins Affecting Domestic Solar Projects Adversely

The latest border dispute between India and China is starting to affect the Indian solar industry directly. The disruption in releasing the consignments at the ports has started to hurt ...
India’s Ports to Allow Free Storage Time During the Lockdown (1)

India’s Ports to Allow Free Storage Time During the Lockdown

The Ministry of Shipping (MoS) has issued a notice directing all major ports of the country to allow free storage time to all port users for the lockdown period. India ...
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Solar Module Misclassification Issue at Ports Only Partially Resolved

Update: Solar Module Misclassification Issue at Ports Only Partially Resolved

The solar module misclassification issue at ports is not fully resolved yet according to Mercom findings. The 7.5 percent (plus cess) duty has still not been eliminated but the government ...
Government Fixes Misclassification Issue of Solar Modules at Ports

Government Fixes Misclassification Issue of Solar Modules at Ports

Providing relief to solar project developers in the country, the government has put in place the much-required remedial measures to resolve the issue of misclassification of solar modules at country’s ...
/ / Markets & Policy, Solar
Solar Projects Delayed as Indian Ports Withhold the Release of Solar Panels

Solar Projects Delayed as Indian Ports Withhold the Release of Solar Panels

The misclassification of solar modules by port authorities has created confusion and delays in the Indian solar sector besieged by challenges. Ports and port authorities across the country have begun ...
/ / Markets & Policy, Solar