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India taps solar, storage to ensure all homes have power in 2018
by Sophie Vorrath
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27 September 2017
On 27 September 2017 Renew Economy reported:
The Indian government has pledged to broaden the roll-out of solar and battery storage to households without power in rural and remote towns and villages, as a part of a newly launched $2.5 billion project to electrify all of the country's households by the end of 2018. One of the key goals of India's solar and battery storage roll-out, which will be coordinated by the state-run Rural Electrification Corporation, is to cut use of kerosene in rural and remote areas, which is both a fire risk and a heavy pollutant.
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