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The US Said India's Solar Power Plan Discriminates Against American Companies: Should the US have a say in solar power distribution across India?

The US Said India's Solar Power Plan Discriminates Against American Companies: Should the US have a say in solar power distribution across India?
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  • Should the US have a say in solar power distribution across India.

    The US has said that India's Solar Power Plan Discriminates Against American Companies. The question of whether the US should have a say in solar power distribution across India is being debated by two groups one arguing that according to the current plan 10 percent of the power needs to come from domestically produced solar panels and cells, a decision which WTO considers contrary to the international agreements on trade and tariffs. However the Sierra Club's Solomon argues that this is a small way of protecting Indian solar panel producers thereby creating jobs as well as greening the country's power grid.

  • Every country must do what is best for their country

    The reason the rest of the world hates the United Sates is because we always stick our noses where it doesn't belong! If India wants to build their own infrastructure and use their own resources to become independent let them be! The U.S. Government needs to worry about building and doing HERE first before he tries to fix things somewhere else.

  • No, US shouldnt have any say in the solar power distribution across India

    India is an independent country and is not ruled by the United states. Indian Governments political agenda is clear. Empowering the nation is their sole requirement and all are working towards the same. There could be a reason why India's Solar Power Plan discriminates against American Companies. But that doesnt mean the United States can interfere in their business.

  • Solar power debate

    For too long the developed nations of the world have had their proverbial cake and eaten it too. They wrought the rewards of polluting fossil fuels and now, when other countries are catching up in terms of economy and industry, the United States would like to have a say in their plans for solar distribution. This would not be fair.


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