Solar revolution on the Indian Sub Continent.

Solar panels for sale at a market in New Delhi. India’s solar power prices have fallen to 2.62 rupees per kilowatt hour. Photograph: Saurabh Das/AP

Solar panels for sale at a market in New Delhi. India’s solar power prices have fallen to 2.62 rupees per kilowatt hour. Photograph: Saurabh Das/AP

wow this amazing - one of the most populous (and hottest) countries in the world is installing enough renewable power sources to meet the Paris Accords on Climate Change under cutting big coal. This will have long term significant repercussions for unleashing 10s of millions from energy poverty in one of the  fastest growing countries in the world. 

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