19 Mar '17, 2pm

Solar Park To Be Ready by end-2018;

Tenders to set up additional capacity at the solar power park are expected to be floated soon. These tenders are expected to reap sharply lower tariff bids compared to those seen in the first phase. Land for the solar park has already been been acquired, which means that project developers will not have to pay anything for land.

Full article: https://cleantechnica.com/2017/03/19/phase-indias-2700-me...

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seia.org 20 Mar '17, 1pm

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inhabitat.com 21 Mar '17, 1pm

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cleantechnica.com 22 Mar '17, 4pm

Google has updated its Project Sunroof to include 3-D models of every rooftop in all 50 states. The new software takes int...