Renewable Energy Ministry pushes for one Act for all green energy policies

July 2015
FRPT- Chemical Snapshot;7/19/2015, p6
Industry Profile
The article discusses the plans of India's Ministry for New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) of putting in place a Renewable Energy Act to regulate all green energy policies governing the renewable energy sector in India.


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