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Air pollution casts shadow on India's solar success

New research finds smog, dust sapping generation of power by more than 25%

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New panels are being installed so fast in India that the country is expected to more than double capacity this year, overtaking Japan as the world's third-largest solar market.

Gandhinagar, India

AIR pollution is diminishing India's capacity to harness power from the sun, scientists say, undermining billions being invested in renewables as the energy-hungry giant emerges as a solar superpower.

New research has found the smog and dust that sickens millions...

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