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MP POLICY WILL BRING SHINE BACK TO INDIA'S SOLAR MARKETFor example, the size of solar projects may vary from five MW, to as much as the complete capacity to be allotted: 200 MW. For a project located outside Madhya Pradesh, the minimum size of the plant must be 10 MW. The Odisha Solar Policy is an
 
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