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Areg Bagdasarian is an energy analyst and program manager covering the world of alternative energy vehicles, energy efficiency and technological change in the utility and smart grid world. He's...

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This item is part of the Special Issue - 2018-06 - Offshore Wind, click here for more

Offshore wind may face regulatory hurdles in some part of the world, but India is aiming at installing 175 gigawatts (GW) of capacity of renewable power by 2022 and they government is pushing for even more. What are the key drivers of wind in India and what are they key constraints?

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