The solar cell manufacturer is trying to sell you a cell.
It’s a big, expensive cell that is a good value if you’re in the market for solar panels.
The solar industry in India is in shambles.
A recent report from Bloomberg News showed that solar panels on rooftops in India are at the lowest level in the world.
And if that doesn’t convince you that solar is a viable option for you, consider that India is one of the top countries for solar energy, according to Bloomberg.
There are about 2.2 million residential solar systems in India, according the Solar Energy Industries Association, which represents more than 3,000 companies in the country.
The Indian government has announced that it plans to increase solar power capacity from 8 gigawatts (GW) to 100 GW by 2022.
That’s a whopping jump from 2014, when solar only covered about 1 percent of India’s total installed capacity.
But India is a country where solar panels are expensive.
For an average residential customer, the cost of a solar panel in India could be over $1,000.
If you live in a major city in India and need a solar system that costs $50,000, the price of the solar system in India can go from $100 to $150,000 and up.
India is also one of several countries in which solar panels have been made from recycled materials, which has resulted in problems in the manufacturing process.
That has led to concerns about the quality of solar panels used in India.
A report by the International Council on Clean Energy (ICCEE) found that the quality and design of solar cells has been a concern in the past.
ICCEE noted that it has received reports of defective panels from companies in India that have made the cells in India but failed to send the panels to the government for inspection.
ICIEE also noted that solar companies are not required to disclose the quality or manufacturing details of their products.
In one case, ICIEe said, “Solar panels manufactured in India by manufacturers from China, India and Taiwan were found to contain defects that could result in the panel failing to perform properly and could be a cause of product failure.”
India’s solar market is not yet big enough for solar companies to make a profit.
And the government is still trying to develop a national solar policy.
But in some ways, the Indian solar market can be a good deal.
The government says that it is trying “to ensure that solar installations do not cost more than the cost incurred by the manufacturer.”
The government has set up a panel inspection and certification scheme for solar manufacturers.
But the process for approving solar panels is complex and there are few incentives for solar installers.
And solar companies have a lot of questions about how their solar products are tested and certified, as well as how they are certified for safety.
The National Solar Mission, which is in the works in India as well, aims to get the country on track to meet its 2020 target of having 25 percent of the country’s power generated by solar.
India’s biggest solar company, SunEdison, recently said it was planning to invest $1 billion in the company’s solar business.
“We are excited about our plans to further develop the Indian market for high-quality, low-cost solar products, while continuing to provide value to the Indian consumer,” SunEdision CEO Vipul Sharma said in a statement.
Solar panel prices are also high in India today, though that could be due to a number of factors.
The country has one of India ‘s highest tariffs on imported solar panels, which can be anywhere from 4 percent to 17 percent, depending on the location.
There’s also a tax gap between the tariffs paid on solar panels and the tax that the government collects on electricity used in the grid.
“There is a lot more competition now than there was before,” said SunEdution CEO Vupinder Singh.
“In India, it’s still a very competitive market, and the government has tried to improve the quality control and the processes.”
In other words, India may be a little too small to build out the solar industry, but it may still be a very attractive place to invest.