India’s plan to ease solar import curbs is rattling local makers!

<p>India’s plan to lift a key trade barrier on solar modules will deliver a blow to the nation's ambition of quickly expanding local production, according to domestic manufacturers.</p><p>Officials are considering a relaxation of rules for the next two years that restrict imports from china and other foreign producers, because local plants can't keep up with rising demand.</p><p>The proposal risks stalling efforts by Indian companies to expand local production, a step that seen as crusial to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi's targets to both raise the use of renewable energy and encourage more manufacturing under his "Make in India" compaign.</p>