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Enthusiasm For Solar Micro-Grids In Developing World Gets A Sobering Reality Check In India

Solar micro-grids are popping up in villages from Africa to Bangladesh, where households are able to flick on a switch for light for the first time. But are they a sustainable solution to lighting up the developing and emerging world? A recent study shows a tough time ahead.
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