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India’s first fully solar village lights up the lives of poor residents (

Kesa Bhai Prajapati beams a smile as he moulds blocks of clay into jugs and vases on a potter’s wheel.

The project in Modhera, financed by the federal and provincial government at nearly $10 million, involved setting up over 1,300 rooftop panels on residential and government buildings that were connected to a power plant.

The government buys excess energy produced here from residents if they do not use all of the capacity allotted to the households.


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