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Renewable Energy Strategies for Indian Power Sector

  • Shukla P R
  • Debyani Ghosh
  • P V Ramana
  • Amit Garg
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    Specific policy issues linked to renewable energy development with recommendations for future strategies and measures have been discussed in the article. [CSH WP no. 3]

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