Combined solar and thermal project for Rajasthan gets GEF funds

September 1996
Journal of Medicine & Philosophy;Sep96, p7
Academic Journal
Focuses on the construction of a combined fossil fuel and solar power plant in the Indian state of Rajasthan.


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