L R AS Published on Thursday 19 October 2023 - n° 461 - Categories:Home

Panels at 2,500 m altitude are more efficient than in the valleys

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A look at the indian example in photovoltaics

The revival of the European photovoltaic industry has been the subject of much debate for almost two years. Everyone is well aware that we need to move away from our dependence on Chinese producers. But how can this be done? The American example is well known and appeals to all European manufacturers.

Because of its history, India has chosen another path, that of national stimulation based on customs protection, aid and subsidies, and national preference. It takes longer, but it works.

The revival of the European photovoltaic industry has been the subject of debate for almost two years. Everyone is well aware that we need to get away from our dependence on Chinese producers. But how can this be done? The American example is well known and appeals to all European manufacturers.

Because of its history, India has chosen another path, that of national stimulation based on customs protection, aid and subsidies, and national preference. It takes longer, but it works.

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Panels at 2,500 m altitude are more efficient than in the valleys

Could anyone have imagined that panels placed at an altitude of 2,500 m would be more productive than in the valley?

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