India approves NTPC's 15,000MW solar power projects

February 2015
Energy Today (Hungary);2/26/2015, p3
The article reports that the Indian cabinet approved on February 25, 2015 plans of the state-run power producer NTPC Ltd. to set-up 15,000 megawatts (Mw) of grid-connected solar projects and informs about Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's goal of 100,000 Mw of output by 2022.


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