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May 16, 2019

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May 16, 2019

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New Delhi: The Indian government is aiming to create 10 solar zones across the country by 2021, which will each cover an area of 10,000 hectares of wasteland.India plans to set up 100,000 megawatt (MW) of solar power capacity by 2022 and the latest initiative is aimed at showcasing such zones as a flagship facility to encourage project developers and investors.In June 2015, the government increased India’s solar power target fivefold to 100,000 MW by 2022.The
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The government is trying to add 4,000 to 5,000 MW of solar power to the grid in the next 18 months, according to Energy Minister D.K. Shivakumar.Speaking to reporters after a meeting of solar power developers here, the Minister said the proposed addition would include 2,000 MW of power from the solar park to be developed at Pavagada in Tumakuru district. “Our priority is to complete at the earliest various solar power projects that have been
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MIT scientists have developed an inexpensive, solar-powered water treatment system for Indian villages. They have designed, built and tested the prototype system to be installed in a village outside of Hyderabad.They found that thousands of people in the Mhasawad village in Maharashtra regularly drink water with a salinity level above 1,200 parts per million (ppm). The World Health Organisation (WHO) recommends levels under 600 ppm.“Excessive salt intake can be quite detrimental to one’s health, both
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