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    No CO²: Solar Plants in India | Global 3000

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    Hundreds of children near Vadodara in western India attend schools run by the Muni Seva Ashram. Until recently,meals were prepared with diesel burners,but these have now been replaced by solar heat.

    This helps save considerable amounts of environmentally damaging carbon dioxide per year. The ashram hopes that its new solar cookers and various other projects will allow it to switch entirely to renewable energy.