(EnergyAsia, March 29) — The Indonesian government has called a tender for 30,000 home solar-power units as part of a national programme to electrify less developed parts of the country. The government has allocated Rp 247 billion for the project.   Costing Rp 8 million, each unit the capacity to produce between 50 and 80…

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