January 2003
Solar Photovoltaics Report;2003, Issue 1, p95
Market Research Report
Presents information on the development of solar energy resources in India. Total capacity of installed solar photovoltaic (PV) power in the country at the end of 2002; Establishment of the Indian Renewable Energy program; Objectives of the Solar Thermal Programme; Installation of 15 grid-interactive solar PV projects.


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