India to build $1.4 billion power grid by 2030 – Times of Ireland

The country plans to build a massive power grid that will provide power for over one billion people by 2030.

The plan will make the country the third largest in the world, after China and India, as well as the second largest in Europe, behind only the US.

India plans to spend an estimated $1 billion on the project.

“We are looking at building a power grid of 1.4 gigawatts, covering an area of over one million square kilometers,” a spokesperson for the government of India told Bloomberg.

The total cost of the power grid is expected to be $6 billion.

India’s plan for the power system will be financed by its own government.

The cost of building the grid is $100 billion.

It will be the largest grid in the region.

India will be able to provide power to its residents for a few hours a day.

The country currently relies on coal for power generation.

However, the country plans a massive solar power plant that will bring in over 2,000 gigawatts of solar energy, according to Bloomberg.

India is also considering the possibility of building its own natural gas power station.