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SunEdison bankruptcy hits India's green market

US company's search for equity partnerships for its capacity means 4 GW of clean-energy projects up for sale

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Solar tariffs in India have fallen sharply from 8 cents a kilowatt-hour in July 2015 to a record low of 6 cents a kilowatt-hour in January this year.

New Delhi

SUNEDISON Inc's bankruptcy filing is reverberating halfway around the world in India, where developers say the US company's troubles are adding to a surplus of green capacity up for sale.

SunEdison has said it is searching for equity partnerships for its 2.4 gigawatts (GW