This month, the chief minister of the Indian state of Gujarat announced that the world’s largest solar plant had started producing electricity. The plant’s solar panels fill thousands upon thousands of acres and, in theory, can produce about half as much power as a nuclear plant. Opening a solar plant of that size would be an impressive feat anywhere in the world, but it’s especially noteworthy considering that two years ago, India's total solar power capacity was next to nothing.
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Residents of Gujarat state in India will be able to sell electricity from their solar panels back to the grid system in several weeks. Gujarat is India’s leading solar power provider, so allowing net metering there is a big developm... Read Post