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Techno-economics of small wind electric generator projects for decentralized power supply in India

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  • Nouni, M.R.
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  • Nouni, M.R. & Mullick, S.C. & Kandpal, T.C., 2007. "Techno-economics of small wind electric generator projects for decentralized power supply in India," Energy Policy, Elsevier, vol. 35(4), pages 2491-2506, April.
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