3 Off-Grid Solar Models in India that Work

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With increasing climate concerns across the globe, it becomes increasingly important to increase our thrust on other cleaner sources of energy. Due to high irradiation level in India and more than 300 sunny days per year, India represents a lucrative alternative for development of solar power. This article sheds light on few of the solar PV /thermal models in the off-grid domain which are successful and are thus replicable. Viable business model...

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    Re: 3 Off-Grid Solar Models in India that Work

    The concentrating solar thermal system to generate steam to cook food (boil rice?) is a side of solar cooking that I had not really considered before. At least not on the scale mentioned.
    SMA SB 3000, old BP panels.