Assessing an Investor’s Decision to Invest in Solar Power Across Indian States
The global demand for energy is rising at an increasing pace over the years. This surge in energy demand is a result of exponential growth in the world population.
KeywordsInvestment decision Solar PV Cost Solar policy Corruption
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