Could solar power be the answer to India's power shortages?
Power is one of India's biggest barriers to development and it's estimated a third of the population doesn't have reliable power.
More than two thirds of India's electricity comes from coal-fired power stations but the country has ambitious targets for new sources too.
Last month Japan's SoftBank said it planned to invest 20 billion dollars in solar power projects here - in partnership with Taiwan's Foxconn and India's Bharti enterprises
But are the government targets realistic? Pratiksha Ghildial reports from Delhi.
- From the section Business