Will India Surge Ahead Of The West In Renewable Energy?

From ThinkProgress Fri Nov 30 2012, 09:21:57

by Hannah Green This August, power shortages in India that left 300 million in the dark made it very clear that one of the world's fastest growing economies was facing an energy crisis. Less clear is how realistically to solve it. Many firms are looking for new sources of oil to fulfill India's growing energy [...]

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