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India's Madhya Pradesh targets 1,200MW of solar by 2015

Oct 28, 2013 - Lucy Woods - www.pv-tech.org


The new renewables and solar target was discussed at a meeting with the GCCI on Thursday. Picture: Gujarat chamber of commerce and industry
The new renewables and solar target was discussed at a meeting with the GCCI on Thursday. Picture: Gujarat chamber of commerce and industry

"The Indian state of Madhya Pradesh has set a new solar target for 1,400MW of solar by 2015.

The state’s principal secretary for new and renewable energy, Shri Sudhi Ranjan Mohanty, plans 2,600MW by June 2015, to be generated through renewable sources.

According to the Times of India, a government official said 1,200MW of this is to be solar, adding to the existing 202MW in Madhya Pradesh, for a total of 1,402MW of solar plants by June 2015..."

Read the whole article at PV Tech: http://www.pv-tech.org/news/new_solar_target_announced_for_indian_state_madyha_pradesh

 


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