As India’s economy grows, the country’s need for clean energy expands.

India’s efforts to grow its solar power generation is seen in its current efforts to reduce the country’s dependence on coal. For example, solar power is used to manage 60% of Delhi Metro’s daytime energy requirements, which will save India over US$170 million on its energy bill over the next 25 years.

With an ambitious target of installing over 100 gigawatts of solar power capacity by 2022, India also aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 1.03 million tons every year in a bid to bring clean and affordable energy to millions of people everyday.