Khanna, Charu
May 2013
4Ps Business & Marketing;May2013, Vol. 8 Issue 5, p80
The article offers a corporate profile for solar energy manufacturer NVD Solar Ltd. in India. It mentions that the company is engaged actively in manufacturing solar energy products, such as solar inverters, solar cookers and home lighting systems, since its inception in 2003. It says that the group accomplishes its corporate social responsibility by its wide range of products while keeping an eye on developmental strategies.


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