“It’s the end of the line for solar”

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The end of this year marks the last time solar will be used in India’s electricity system.

Solar power has become a mainstream energy source in the country, but the country is yet to set up an effective grid to store power generated from solar panels.

According to the Indian government, a grid-scale solar energy system will be required to provide power to the entire country by 2022.

The grid has already been installed in five cities.

In a report by the Energy and Resources ministry, India’s power sector has the largest potential for solar energy in terms of electricity demand.

But the report said the government will not be able to implement the plan in the time available.

“In view of the constraints on electricity supply, the government is unable to put in place a national grid to power the country.

A national grid will be a necessary first step in the construction of a national electricity system,” the report stated.

The government will likely be unable to meet the demand for electricity from solar power.

Since it is not possible to put all of the solar panels on the grid, India has relied on private solar developers to build solar power plants.

It is not known how many solar panels will be put on the national grid.

The government estimates that the number of solar power installations is expected to grow by 15% per year.

India is not the only country facing the challenge of solar energy.

Canada has already started using solar power to generate electricity.

On June 6, Canada began installing 100 megawatts of solar panels in the province of Quebec.

A spokesperson for the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade in Canada told The Hindu that solar power is the future for energy in the Canadian market.

“Canada is committed to ensuring that all Canadians have access to affordable and reliable energy that meets the needs of their communities, their economy and our environment,” the spokesperson said.

Under the proposed scheme, the solar power will be distributed to households and businesses across the country through a solar subsidy program.

The program will also provide incentives for new solar PV projects.

Officials in the federal government say that India has the potential to become the world leader in solar power by 2022 and it is up to the private sector to make the transition to solar power a reality.