Sun making city powerful, many make quick buck

March 2015
FRPT- Energy Snapshot;3/29/2015, p36
Industry Profile
The article reports on use of solar energy by residents of Bangalore, India, citing example of entrepreneur Adarsh Vansay, who has set up rooftop photo voltaic systems for producing energy and mentions that a number of residents in the city have installed solar energy generating systems.


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