Can India become a Leader in CSP?

February 2011
Chemical Business;Feb2011, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p5
Trade Publication
The article ponders the ability of India to become a leader in the concentrating solar power (CSP) industry. The firm belief about the capacity of Indians to learn fast and reduce costs is stressed. It mentions the efforts of some of the largest companies in India to understand CSP technology and reduce costs. Also noted is the announcement of the National Solar Mission of the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy in 2010.


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