Reports: India on track to overshoot 2022 green power targets

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Reports: India on track to overshoot 2022 green power targets

Power and renewable energy minister RK Singh says India set to add 225GW of renewable energy capacity by 2022, outstripping original 175GW goal

India is on track to significantly outperform its clean energy targets as renewables costs plummet and newer power sources such floating solar arrays and offshore wind farms arrive in the country. Power...

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