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Rice, Rays and Recharge: How an Indian Village Got 24/7 Clean Energy

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By Tom Kenning, Solar Media

In April of this year, the Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, drew scorn when he announced that every village across India had access to electricity. The reality that ‘electrification’ in government terminology meant that a mere 10% of households in any one village had power, was not made clear in the initial announcements.

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