India registered a 22 per cent growth in power generation from renewable energy sources in the first ten months (April-December 2017) of the current financial year, thanks largely to the recent massive ramp up in solar capacity addition, according to fresh data released by Central Electricity Authority (CEA).
Electricity generation through renewable sources — including wind, solar, biomass, small hydro and bagasse – stood at 78,256 million units (MUs) between April 2017 and December 2017 as compared to 64,042 MUs generated in the same period last fiscal (2016-17). Read More…
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