A New Frontier of Solar Power

Solar power may not be for everyone, but a new solar industry is growing at an alarming rate.

A new industry is emerging in India that is gaining ground and will change the way we see energy production.

In an effort to make solar energy a reality in India, the government recently launched the Renewable Energy Development Authority (REDA), an umbrella body of government departments to promote solar power.

The REDA will help solar power companies build solar parks in rural areas and the state governments will also invest in solar parks, said Sunil Kumar, Director-General of REDA.

Solar parks have been a promising way of producing energy for the country as it struggles with low energy prices and abundant supply of solar power in India.

In fact, India is the second largest producer of solar panels in the world behind China.

But the industry has also faced challenges.

Solar power has to be delivered by an operator with a long track record of providing reliable and cost-effective power.

Solar parks in India are also expensive.

In 2016, a solar park cost more than US$5,000.

A solar park is also a lot of land.

And there is no infrastructure to connect solar power to the grid.

Solar power is also expensive and unreliable.

Solar panels can be installed by any company and a lot can go wrong.

This makes solar power a high-risk project.

A solar park that has to get a lot better than a conventional power plant has to take more risks.

So it has to make sure that it meets the safety standards of the plant and also meet safety standards in India itself.

Solar is also costly, Kumar said.

It takes a lot longer to get solar power than it does to produce it.

Solar energy has been one of the main industries in India for the past 10 years.

Since 2011, solar power has become one of India’s top sectors with $1.4 trillion invested in solar energy projects.

Solar energy is now the largest renewable energy sector, with over 2,400 projects in the country.

But now, solar is going to become the new normal.

In 2020, solar will account for less than one percent of India the country’s largest energy market.

The industry is also expected to grow by nearly 40 percent in the next five years, according to a report by India Solar Energy Association.

Solar Power India, a new industry that is set to bring solar power production in India to a new level, is currently in the process of getting a license from the Indian government.

The project is expected to generate $1 billion in investment in 2020.

Solar is not the only renewable energy to come in India; renewable energy is also the future of India.

India is already home to about 15 percent of the world’s renewable energy, with more than 1,300 projects.

India plans to add 350 megawatts of renewable energy capacity by 2020, up from the current target of 25 megawatts.

The growth in renewable energy has not come without its challenges.

India has one of worst solar pollution in the whole world, and the country is also one of only three countries where there is a shortage of energy.

Solar also produces greenhouse gas emissions, but there are still a lot hurdles that need to be overcome in India before solar becomes a viable industry.