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Women's mosque goes solar in India clean energy push
by Megan Darby
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6 March 2017
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Set up 20 years ago in a remote corner of Lucknow, Ambar Mosque is known for promoting women's rights and putting up visitors to a nearby hospital. Now the female-led faith centre - where women pray alongside men - is installing solar panels to set an example of clean energy in Uttar Pradesh, a state lagging behind its targets. At 1kW, the system generates a fraction the electricity of the coal plants that dominate India's power mix. But it is expected to meet three quarters of the mosque's modest lighting and cooling needs - and its founder hopes to inspire others.
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