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A new dawn for India
1 November 2003
The increasingly liberalised policies of a government anxious to plug the gap between electricity supply and demand are once again pushing open the doors to a market of vast potential in India. Opportunities for inter-state energy trading are appearing on the horizon and a new breed of hard-nosed wind project developer is emerging. Nearly two decades after India was hailed as the "new California" of wind power, the industry is once again looking on the country as one of the major world markets.
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