3) It is said that in India, falling rates in solar power is good for consumers and policymakers, but not for investors. Examine why.
- November 9, 2015
- Posted by: INSIGHTS
- Category: Inside India
Topic: Infrastructure – energy
3) It is said that in India, falling rates in solar power is good for consumers and policymakers, but not for investors. Examine why. (200 Words)
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