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Solar power is transforming Indian banking. Here’s how

Solar power is making India's rural banks more reliable for customers. Image: E-Hands Energy

Moushumi Basu

Environment Journalist, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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The manager of the Aithawade branch of RBL Bank, Sandeep Banne, works on his solar power-driven laptop, in western India Image: E-Hands Energy

An inverter and battery system that make up the solar power system at UBI bank, in Rampachodavaram village, India Image: E-Hands Energy
Customers in the Aitawade branch of RBL bank, which runs on solar power, in India Image: E-Hands Energy

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