How India's rooftops are leading a solar revolution

A worker adjusts solar panels at a park on the outskirts of Havana September 24, 2013. According to local media, the project is part of a joint venture between India and Cuba on renewable energy and initially plans to generate 1500 megawatts of electricity per hour.  REUTERS/Stringer (CUBA - Tags: ENERGY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY BUSINESS)

India is at the forefront of the solar revolution because of installing rooftop solar units to it's buildings. Image: REUTERS/Stringer

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