This Indian solar energy scheme will turn homes into power stations

"For reducing carbon emissions, Kerala has no other option other than solar" - energy expert C. T. Ajith Kumar Image: Unsplash/ MICHAEL WILSON

K. Rajendran

Freelance Contributor, Thomson Reuters Foundation


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A solar meter connected to the solar panels of a rooftop in the southern Indian state of Kerala. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/K. Rajendran
Solar panels on the roof of a home in Kerala, India. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/K. Rajendran
This app connects to rooftop panels installed on homes in Kerala, India. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/K. Rajendran

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