India adds 2,700 MW Renewable Power in 2010

Driven by the wind power sector, India continues to make progress in renewable energy capacity. It has added over 2,700 MW of grid-connected renewable capacity during 2010 as compared to the 1,056 MW in 2009. This capacity includes power from wind, biomass, small hydro and solar resources. The wind power sector alone has contributed over 2,000 MW in this. The figures were revealed by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy through an official statement.

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