Mitsui pledges constant renewable power supply in India
Japanese trading house invests in $1.35bn project spanning three states
A ReNew solar power facility in the Indian state of Rajasthan. (Photo courtesy of ReNew Power)
TOKYO -- Japanese trading house Mitsui & Co. has participated in a renewable energy project in India that has taken the unusual step of assuring a stable, round-the-clock power supply.
Renewables still have a reputation of unreliability. The risk of weather-related outages will be minimized by basing renewable energy projects in areas optimized for either solar or wind power.
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